Homeland Security: We Don’t Track Illegal Immigrants

Homeland Security: We Don’t Track Illegal Immigrants

  • February 15, 2024

David Storm, Hot Air

Am I surprised that the Department of Homeland Security doesn’t track the illegal immigrants it lets into the country?

Of course not. The Biden Administration has made it clear that they want to flood the country and are happy they are moving around freely. In fact, they get free flights and bus trips, and their entry papers are as good as a passport, allowing them to go wherever they want no questions asked.

So when a Washington Post reporter asked about where the illegal immigrants are going, the Department replied with what amounts to a shrug.

Come on in! No questions asked. In a few years, you are expected to show up for a hearing (for which most will never arrive), but until then, it will be easier for you to disappear than any US citizen and easier to fly. Oh, and here is a list of states that will issue you a driver’s license no questions asked…

Newly uncovered emails between Department of Homeland Security officials and journalists show the agency tasked with protecting U.S. border and domestic security admitted it is not tracking illegal immigrants after they were released from federal custody into the interior of the country.

In the emails obtained by the watchdog group Protect the Public’s Trust in a Freedom of Information Act request, one DHS official told a Washington Post reporter off the record he could not say how many immigrants are settling in Northern states via border state busing programs because the agency does not track those released from their custody.

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