Biden Admin’s Secret Program Reveals They’re Flying Deported Aliens Back to US

( – Details of a secret Biden administration program show that deported illegal immigrants from Cameroon are being flown back to the United States after their asylum claims had been previously denied.

According to interviews with staff at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), it appears the program began in February 2022, after Human Rights Watch complained about former President Donald Trump’s administration deporting around 90 Cameroonians between 2019 and 2021.

Internal memos show that ICE officials and nonprofit organizations have been working together to find the deported Cameroonians to bring them back to the United States. According to reports, email correspondence between ICE officials and the director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic at Texas A&M, Fatma Marouf, refers to the arrival of a deported Cameroonian who was found and flown into Dulles Airport in Virginia.

Former ICE official and director of investigations at the Center for Immigration Studies Jon Feere noted these illegal immigrants had already had their cases closed. While former chief of staff for ICE Tom Blank stated that to “arbitrarily reverse court orders” due to complaints from certain groups “makes a joke out of the entire legal immigration process.”

The report comes after President Joe Biden signed an executive order on June 4 to tighten security and crack down on asylum claims at the southern border. However, new data shows over 100,000 migrants were allowed to enter the United States in June, including 30,000 who crossed the border illegally. Data shows illegal border crossings in June dropped by 20 percent compared to June 2023, with 84,000 migrants reportedly caught at the border.

The data also shows that the Biden administration continues to allow thousands more migrants to enter the country daily, exceeding the limits of his executive order, through loopholes such as the CBP One app, used by 1,450 migrants per day, and 30,000 migrants per month who arrive on flights from places such as Venezuela, Cuba, and Haiti.

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