Report Details Extraordinarily Few Number Of Deportations Under Biden

House Republicans recently released a report that more than 99% of illegal immigrants who crossed the southern border under President Joe Biden ended up staying in the U.S.

The report came from the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Integrity, Security and Enforcement. It details the small number of deportations that have occurred under Biden, despite the large number of illegal immigrants who currently reside in the U.S.

The report states that of approximately 2 million illegal immigrants, just 200,000 have been deported under the Biden administration, meaning just 10%. The since-deported immigrants were released through “illegal categorical parole programs,” as reported by the Daily Wire.

Interestingly, it appears the Biden administration has realized just how out of control the immigration problem has become in the U.S., considering that it will now resume construction of the southern border wall in Texas. Of course, Biden and his fellow Democrats consistently attacked then-President Donald Trump for building the wall.

“Thanks to relentless efforts by the Committee and its Immigration Subcommittee, Biden’s DHS has finally caved and provided crucial data on the border crisis,” the House Judiciary Committee posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.

The House Judiciary Committee’s report, titled, “The Biden Border Crisis: New Data and Testimony Show How the Biden Administration Opened the Southwest Border and Abandoned Interior Immigration Enforcement,” was released by Reps. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Tom McClintock (R-CA).

“Between January 20, 2021, and March 31, 2023, the Biden Administration has removed from the United States only 5,993 illegal aliens who were encountered at the southwest border and who were placed in removal proceedings before an immigration judge during that time,” the report read.

The report continued by saying that of the 2.1 million illegal immigrants released into America since Biden became president in 2021, over 99% have been allowed to stay under the president’s watch.

House Republicans argued that based on the statistics provided to them by the Department of Homeland Security, “there is virtually no enforcement of our immigration laws.”

The report also detailed that less than 10% of illegal immigrants seeking asylum have been screened for whether they faced persecution.

“Even the Biden Administration has previously acknowledged the loophole of the low credible fear standard, as it incentivizes mass illegal immigration into the United States by aliens whose claims most likely will ultimately be denied because they are economic migrants and not asylum seekers fleeing persecution,” the report said.