New DHS discovery has unveiled a disgusting truth that Democrats are scrambling to cover up

The Radical Left has prioritized illegal immigrants over US citizens for far too long. And now, they have made a critical error.

Because a new DHS discovery has unveiled a disgusting truth that Democrats are scrambling to cover up.

Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has openly admitted that the hundreds of thousands of immigrants flown into the U.S. under the controversial ‘parole’ program are considered “inadmissible.”

This acknowledgment comes amidst the revelation that over 45 major American cities have been receiving immigrants from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela through this initiative.

Bill Melugin of Fox News reported on data obtained from the DHS, which was compelled by a subpoena from the House Homeland Security Committee.

The DHS documentation clearly states, “All individuals paroled into the United States are, by definition, inadmissible, including those paroled under the CHNV processes.”

This stark admission highlights a terrifying aspect of the Biden administration’s approach to handling the surge of migrants from other countries.

The parole program, initially launched for Venezuelans in October 2022 and subsequently expanded in January 2023 to include Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Cubans, allows 30,000 individuals each month to enter the U.S., granting them work permits and two-year residency permits.

As of the end of February 2024, this policy has resulted in over 400,000 foreign nationals entering the country.

This mass parole initiative is part of a broader strategy that DHS Secretary Mayorkas has described as a “safe and orderly way to reach the United States,” supposedly designed to reduce the number of illegal border crossings by nationals from these countries.

However, the program has been shrouded in controversy, particularly due to instances where immigrants admitted under this policy have later been involved in criminal activities.

Incidents like this underscore the massive risks associated with just admitting any immigrants regardless of whether they have undergone any sort of legal process or not.

Many Americans are outraged because the parole program circumvents immigration laws and processes, posing a challenge to U.S. security and immigration control.

The DHS’s own admission that these individuals are “inadmissible” underlines this point, suggesting a legal gray area that could have far-reaching implications for the integrity of U.S. immigration policy.

The policy’s impact is particularly pronounced in cities like Miami and Fort Lauderdale, where the largest numbers of these immigrants have settled.

Miami alone has received 91,821 immigrants under this program, followed by Fort Lauderdale with 60,461, and New York City with 14,827.

The influx into these communities raises questions about the capacity of local infrastructure to support such rapid increases in population, including concerns related to housing, healthcare, education, and public safety.

Moreover, the Biden administration’s framing of the parole program as a model for international migration management has attracted skepticism.

While Mayorkas asserts that it has helped to stem the flow of illegal border crossings and that other countries view it as a model, the reality of its implementation and outcomes paints a completely different picture.

This program’s strategic and humanitarian merits are debatable, particularly when set against the backdrop of broader challenges facing the U.S. immigration system, including overwhelmed border facilities and stretched resources.

Many Americans argue that solutions should strengthen rather than bypass existing legal frameworks, ensuring that safe and legal immigration is managed in a way that keeps America safe.

The ongoing scrutiny of the Biden administration’s immigration strategies will likely intensify as policymakers and the public grapple with these complex issues.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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