Biden’s Migrant Loophole Goes Public

The 6.2 million migrants who entered the United States in 2023 were released at official border crossings (900,000) and at gaps in the border walls (1.1 million), according to the CBO organization. The study includes 860,000 “gotaways” who managed to get past Biden’s partially constructed and poorly patrolled border wall, and it also mentions that 1.1 million migrants were permitted into the nation by October 1 thanks to Biden’s exploitation of the “parole” escape clause in border law.

According to the Congressional Budget Office, 1.2 million persons immigrated to the US in 2021 and 2.7 million in 2022. Due to rising housing costs and stagnant income, American families are finding it harder to have large families due to the total migrant intake. Many polls have shown that Biden’s influx is hugely unpopular, which might trouble his reelection ambitions.

Although seldom brought up by American politicians, the CBO study failed to address the legitimate influx of foreign nationals who unlawfully worked for a few months before returning home. According to the report, Biden is projected to bring in an extra 3.3 million undocumented immigrants in 2024. The overall migrant inflow reached 8.5 million, with 2.25 million legal immigrants adding to it. This works out to about one migrant for every 10 million births in the United States during those three years.

From 600,000 in 2020 to one million in 2022, Biden’s deputies significantly increased the influx of foreign contract workers. The data indicates that Biden’s deputies have imported around 2.6 million visa workers. These workers come via various programs, such as the blue-collar H-2A and H-2B for blue-collar labor and the white-collar  H-1B and TN.

The sum of two million from those two groups of transient foreign workers would bring the total number of immigrants brought in by Biden’s immigration director to 10.5 million.

During the first three years of his presidency, the overall influx amounts to one migrant for every American-born.