By R. Cort Kirkwood
Congratulations to Traitor Joe Biden for reaching a new record in illegal aliens stopped by the Border Patrol. In August, the total on fiscal 2022 with one month left surpassed 2.1 million.
And yet again, the number encountered in one month surpassed 200,000.
Assuming that illegals continue pouring into the country, border agents will have encountered more than 2.3 million by September 30, the fiscal year’s end. And if he continues releasing them at the rate he has been, more than 800,000 will be free to colonize the heartland.
#BREAKING: For the first time ever, there have been more than 2 million migrant encounters at the southern border in a single fiscal year: 2,150,639 encounters with still a month to go.
August numbers just released: 203,597 encounters last month. pic.twitter.com/u89G1mvRbS
— Robert Sherman (@RobertShermanTV) September 19, 2022
Border agents handled 203,597 illegals in August, a 1.7-percent increase from July’s adjusted figure of 200,195, monthly data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show.
Of those, 181,160 were caught jumping the border, while 22,437 were stopped at ports of entry.
Encounters in August bring the total for the fiscal to 2,150,639, a 24-percent increase over last year’s total of 1,734,686.
Agents are encountering about 6,439 illegals per day. If that pace holds up for September, they will stop another almost 200,000.
Frighteningly, Biden has released about 40 percent of the illegals. The administration is no longer providing monthly releases pursuant to the Texas v. Biden immigration lawsuit, but if that figure holds, then he released 81,438 illegals in August.
Monthly releases are as follows, and bring the total freed to disappear forever to an estimated 853,2035:
- August (est): 81,438
- July (est): 79,990
- June: 79,652
- May: 95,318
- April: 117,989
- March: 80,116
- February: 55,043
- January: 62,573
- December: 74,799
- November: 83,725
- October: 42,560
Since Biden Took Office
Bad as the numbers are for fiscal 2022, they don’t include those since Biden took office in January 2021 on a promise to open the borders and stop deportations.
Since January 1, just before Biden took the oath, border agents have encountered 3,697,289.
To put that number in perspective, 3.7 million is greater than all but the most populous cities in the United States, New York and Los Angeles. It’s nearly equal to the population of Los Angeles, which is 3.85 million.
As well, more than 500,000 illegals have slipped past border agents this fiscal year, Fox News’s Bill Melugin reported in July. But still worse is the total, 900,000, since Day 1 of the Biden administration, when he virtually ended the enforcement of federal immigration law, an impeachable offense:
NEW: Per DHS sources, there have been over 500,000 known gotaways at the border since FY’22 began on 10/1, far eclipsing the 389,155 gotaways Secretary Mayorkas reported in all of FY’21.
Approx 900,000 gotaways since FY’21 began, bigger than population of San Francisco. @FoxNews
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) July 25, 2022
Biden is breaking at least two, if not three, immigration statues by refusing to control the border and releasing apprehended illegals. He and Homeland Security Chief Alejandro Mayorkas might also be charged with aiding and abetting illegals, a federal crime.
Those facts, particularly Biden’s simply releasing more than 800,000 illegals the law requires him to detain, clearly show that the Biden-Mayorkas policy of open borders is not a “failure” or a result of their “incompetence.” It is not an unplanned disaster no one could have expected.
Rather, what’s occurring at the border is deliberate, a planned invasion meant to flood the country with illegal aliens, whom Democrats hope will become citizens through an amnesty. Then they would be voters.
The goal: change the electorate’s demographics from majority white to majority minority. If the subversives in charge of immigration can flood the country with not only with enough illegals, but also enough “legal” immigrants — refugees and cheap foreign labor here on special visas — then give them citizenship, the electorate would presumably swing to the left and virtually ensure permanent Democrat power and totalitarian control of the country.
For their part, Republicans are discussing impeachment, which depends on their retaking the U.S. House and Senate in November’s midterm elections. “At least eight resolutions to impeach Biden have been offered since he took office,” The Hill reported in August, three of them related to his refusal to control the border.
The question is whether the GOP can muster the courage to do what must be done. To stop the invasion, they must impeach not only Biden but also his immigration czar, Vice President Kamala Harris.
By removing both, the new Speaker of the House, a Republican, would become president.