President Biden’s parole pipeline is said to have resulted in the release of 1.4 million border crossers and illegal immigrants into the country, including one who is currently wanted for allegedly sponsoring terrorism.
The undocumented Venezuelan immigrant entered the US in April 2021 close to San Luis, AZ. He was granted a Notice to Appear (NTA) in federal immigration court after being temporarily detained by Border Patrol officers and found to be inadmissible.
Thanks to Joe Biden’s parole pipeline, which gives migrants a way into American towns despite having been deemed ineligible and presumably making bogus asylum claims, the illegal immigrant was eventually released into the country’s interior.
A criminal court in Valencia, Venezuela swiftly obtained an arrest warrant for the unauthorized foreigner in August 2021 on allegations of fraud, money laundering, affiliation with organized crime, and financing terrorism.
At that point, the unlawful immigrant was residing in Chicago, Illinois, a city where thousands of migrants who had been freed as part of the parole pipeline frequently go.
The illegal immigrant was detained by federal authorities on August 8 after being captured by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers.
According to the Center for Immigration Studies, the illegal alien is one of 1.4 million border crossers including illegal aliens who have been explicitly released into American neighborhoods through Joe Biden’s parole pipeline. The magnitude of this immigrant population is comparable to that of Hawaii.
Since Biden assumed office, hundreds of thousands of more people—along with well-known runaways—have reached the interior of the US.