The leader of the Border Patrol union claims that President Joe Biden and his administration are actively flying illegal migrants into the United States “so that the border doesn’t look as out of control,” and warns that a massive amnesty program could be implemented to nationalize the millions of foreigners that have arrived since Biden took office.

“It’s just a bait and switch,” Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, told The New York Post. “They’re just paroling people in through airports rather than having them come across the border.”

“They’re just gonna keep the numbers at around 5,000 [border crossings per day], parole people in and say, ‘Oh, look, we cut our numbers down,” he contended, saying even this number is an “astronomical high” compared to where it was under the Trump and Obama administrations.

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“We’re still five times higher than what we should be,” Judd said, “but lower than those record number of apprehensions at the southern border.”

In January 2023, the Biden administration introduced a program called “humanitarian parole” to allow legal entry to Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans. Over 386,000 migrants have flown into the United States since then.

The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), a nonprofit border control activist group, filed a FOIA suit against the Biden administration and discovered the Biden administration has secretly flown in at least 320,000 illegal immigrants through a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) cellphone app called CBP One. They have dropped said migrants off at 43 different American airports.

Starting in July 2021, US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) have seen 19 separate months breach 200,000 migrant encounters (for the southwest land border), a number never seen before. Migrant encounters last month set a new record for the month of February, with 189,922 encounters compared to 15,630 in February 2023, 166,010 in February 2022, and 101,099 in February 2021.

Shane Devine is a writer covering politics, economics, and culture for Valuetainment. Follow Shane on X (Twitter).

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