Subpoenaed Docs Reveal Where Biden Is Sending Migrants

( – Documents obtained by the House Homeland Security Committee reveal the extent of the Biden administration’s efforts to approve “inadmissible” migrants and fly them from their home countries into the continental United States.

The committee on Tuesday obtained documents subpoenaed from the Department of Homeland Security that provided a list of the 45 US cities where thousands of migrants were flown since DHS launched the parole program in October 2022.

The program was initially intended only for Venezuelan migrants who requested entry into the US, passed the vetting process, and had a US sponsor. The administration later expanded the program to include migrants from Cuba, Haiti, and Nicaragua.

According to the documents received by the Homeland Security Committee, from January 2023 to August 2023, the parole program allowed over 200,000 migrants to enter the United States, with the majority, 80 percent, being flown to airports in Florida, including Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, and Tampa.

Migrant flights also went to California, Georgia, Nevada, New York, and Texas.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in March that the parole program was a “safe and orderly way” for migrants to reach the US and had reduced the number of migrants coming from the countries involved.

Mayorkas said the program was central to the Biden administration’s efforts to deal with “the unprecedented level of migration” throughout the hemisphere. He claimed that other countries viewed the program “as a model” of how to address their migration challenges.

According to Homeland Security, 1.6 million migrants who have applied for the program were still awaiting approval from DHS as of last October. Under the program, 30,000 migrants a month are authorized to enter the United States.

Once an application is approved, the migrant is granted authorization to live in the US for two years and given a work permit. However, the program only applies to migrants who would be considered otherwise “inadmissible.”

Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mark Green said the documents expose the lengths Mayorkas would go “to ensure inadmissible aliens reach every corner of the country.”

Rep. Green described the program as “an unlawful sleight of hand” designed to hide from the American people “the worsening border crisis.”

Copyright 2024,