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In Less than Four Months, About 300,000 Illegal Immigrants Crossed Borders

According to sources, since October 1, 293,993 known “getaways” have escaped agents but have been spotted through another surveillance setup.

About 300,000 illegal immigrants are known to have crossed borders since the beginning of 2023 (PHOTO: CNN)


In the last 120 days, this amounted to an average of 2,450 per day. According to Fox News, the number of getaways is approaching an all-time high. Border officials are concerned because they have no idea who these people are, where they are from, or where they are trying to get to within the United States.

In 2022, there were about 600,000 immigrants, 389,155 in 2021, and 2023 outnumbered the previous years. During Biden’s administration, agents told Fox News last week that there had been more than 1.2 million immigrants.

Former acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) director, Tom Homan, told Fox News the number should “scare the hell out of every American,” and these migrants are not turning themselves in to Border Patrol because they don’t want to be fingerprinted.

Furthermore, these people are potential criminals, so they opted not to take advantage of Biden’s administration program, which led to over 250,000 encounters of historic migrants in the U.S.

Biden’s administration has announced a new set of border security measures, including a humanitarian parole program for four nationalities, expanded Title 42 expulsions, and a law that would cause migrants ineligible for asylum if they passed through a third country but did not pursue asylum there.

Both Republicans and Democrats have gotten heat in that program. Democrats and left-wing groups have criticized asylum ineligibility and Title 42 expansions as undermining the right to asylum.

Twenty Republican states have filed a lawsuit against the parole program, claiming that it violates the Administrative Procedure Act and goes beyond congressional directives that limit parole to individual cases. They claim that the administration’s 30,000-a-month limit on the program violates those restrictions.

Biden’s administration claims that the program is working, that encounters with those nationalities have dropped 97%, and January encounters are on track to be the lowest since the crisis began in February 2021.

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