Illegal Immigrants Thank Biden For Allowing Them Into US

Illegal immigrants have begun thanking President Joe Biden for allowing them to cross into the U.S., given his lax border policies.

A processing facility in San Diego, California, recently released nearly 2,000 illegal immigrants into the U.S. after reporting that the center was at 245% capacity.

For clarification, facilities are only meant to hold 750 illegal immigrants, according to Townhall.

“Thank you, America, thank you, American president,” illegal immigrants yelled as they were being dropped off in the U.S. by Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

Unlawful migrants from several different countries are being dropped off across America by bus. Such nations include China, India, Egypt, Jordan Mauritania and Colombia.

Since September 2023, over 125,000 illegal immigrants have been released into the streets of San Diego.

“You have to keep in mind that we only know what we have in our databases, but when they’re coming from other countries if the United States doesn’t have cooperation we don’t know what their background is in their country,” National Border Patrol Council president for the San Diego Secor, Manny Bayon, said.

In San Ysidro, which is part of the San Diego sector, Border Patrol agents arrested and released an Afghan national on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) terror watchlist in March 2023.

The FBI notified Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that the Afghan national was a suspected member of the terrorist group Hezb-e-Islami about a year later.

“It’s affecting morale very much so because obviously we took an oath to defund the United States from all enemies foreign and domestic,” Bayon said of the mass releases. “There’s no consequences for anyone coming to the United States now.”

Under Biden, millions of illegal immigrants have descended across the southern border, given the president’s refusal to tackle the crisis. Cities across America have been devastated by a surge in illegal immigration, including New York City, Chicago, Detroit and San Diego, among others.

San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond told the New York Post that California’s sanctuary state status, along with the federal government’s refusal to combat illegal immigration, attracts many unlawful migrants to cross into the area.