Joe Biden is preparing to significantly increase the number of migrants released into the U.S. who are apprehended by border patrol trying to enter America illegally, according to internal government documents.
The Biden administration is set to release 400 migrant families into America every single day by mid-June, as 2 million illegals are expected to flood to the southern border by September, overwhelming capacity limits, according to an internal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) document obtained by the Washington Examiner.
“The number of individuals enrolled in the ICE Alternatives to Detention program has increased from 50 per day to 200 per day in March 2021,” the document reportedly states.
“Within 90 days, the enrollment is projected to double to 400 per day. It is because of this unusual and compelling urgency that the Government requires the [emergency family reception sites] to meet the critical mission requirements of housing, feeding, transporting, and providing medical attention to these thousands of asylum-seeking families along the southwest border.”
The figure is 8 times greater than what the migrant numbers were in January, when apprehensions at the border were the highest of any previous January in over a decade.
“The 400 figure is eight times greater than the 50 families that Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement were releasing from its facilities each day early on in 2021. As of mid-March, Border Patrol agents were seeing 500 people arrive as part of a family group per day,” the Washington Examiner reported.
This comes as Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced on Friday that the government would stop fining illegals who refused to leave the U.S.