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Number of Illegals Biden Has Paroled Exceeds Population of 6 States

'We’re using government cars to transport people to American towns. It’s working like an Uber service... '

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) The Department of Homeland Security, at the direction of the Biden administration, has released more than a million illegal immigrants into America using a parole pipeline.

The parole pipeline is the result of Biden’s DHS acting as “a full service travel agency,” according to Breitbart News.

“We’re aiding and abetting illegal entry to the United States,” an anonymous source who works at DHS said. “We’re using government cars to transport people to American towns. It’s working like an Uber service.”

This system operates by picking illegal immigrants up from a detention center, then releasing them to non-profit organizations that transport illegals across the country.

This pipeline has been used to release 880,000 illegal immigrants into America, from January 2021 to February 2023, according to data analyzed by the Center for Immigration Studies.

An additional 75,000 Afghans and nearly 120,000 Ukrainians have also been released into America using the parole pipeline, Breitbart reported.

Through his system Biden has introduced a number of foreigners greater than the populations of Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Delaware.

In November and December of 2022, Biden used the pipeline to release over 230,000 migrants into the United States. In January and February of 2023, they released 40,000 more illegals into America.

These numbers were made even worse when considering the illegal immigration population grew by over a million in Biden’s first year in office. Biden’s former Border Patrol chief reported that these increases were not accidental, but rather intentional.

These surges in border crossings were also accompanied by a rise in deaths from drug overdoses. Further, Biden extended medical coverage, via Medicare and the Affordable Care Act, to illegals who had been in America for a long time.

The attorneys general for 25 separate states have sued to attempt to criminalize encouraging illegal immigration into the United States.

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