The List: 64 Ways Joe Biden Opened America’s Borders to Millions of Invaders

John Binder

Since President Joe Biden took office in late January 2021, his Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has worked tirelessly to transform the United States-Mexico border into a European-style checkpoint where border crossers and illegal aliens are briefly detained before being released into American cities and towns.

Biden’s policies have been highly effective in achieving the administration’s ultimate goal to massively inflate the foreign-born population to the largest ever recorded, standing at nearly 50 million today.

The latest Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimate suggests that about 6.2 million [invaders] have been welcomed to the U.S. from January 20, 2021, through December 2023 — [an illegal] foreign population just two million shy of New York City’s population.

Below are 64 considerations cited against President Biden. 
The first six are on Biden’s first day in office.
1. Jan. 20, 2021, Biden halts border wall construction.
2. Jan. 20, 2021, Biden expands the “illegal” Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that allows cartels to freely traffic children into the United States.
3. Jan. 20, 2021, Biden endorses the U.S. Citizenship Act, which would grant U.S. citizenship to foreign lawbreakers.
4. Jan. 20, 2021, Biden revokes Trump-era executive orders that enforced immigration laws.
5. Jan. 20, 2021, Biden ends restrictions on immigration from countries rife with terrorism.
6. Jan. 20, 2021, Biden stops deportations for 100 days, “effectively providing amnesty to criminal and other removable aliens and sending the signal the Biden Administration would not enforce the law.”
7. Feb. 1, 2021, Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requires a “process [that] shall provide for assessments of alternatives to removal including, but not limited to, staying or reopening cases, alternative forms of detention, custodial detention, whether to grant temporary deferred action, or other appropriate action.” It’s another means to allow foreign law-breakers to remain inside the United States indefinitely.
8. Feb. 2, 2021, Biden signals an end to “Remain in Mexico” policy that kept would-be illegal migrants in Mexico while their usually false asylum claims were adjudicated in U.S. courts.
9. Feb. 6, 2021, Biden administration begins to terminate agreements for other countries to hold migrants making U.S. asylum claims.
10. Feb. 2021, Biden administration stopped refusing to admit illegal migrant children under Title 42.
11. Feb 17, 2021, Biden Centers for Disease Control (CDC) allows trafficked children to enter the United States freely under Title 42.
12. Feb. 25, 2021, Biden administration speeds up its release into the United States of unaccompanied migrant children illegally entering the United States.
13. March 2, 2021, Biden administration loses track of 20,000 illegally present foreign children.
14. March 5, 2021, CDC ignores pandemic protocols to increase U.S. acceptance of custody for overwhelming surge in illegal migrant children.
15. March 10, 2021, Biden reinstates Obama-era parole programs that allow foreigners illegally present in the United States to sponsor family members for U.S. entry.
16. March 16, 2021, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announces the federal government will pivot to “processing” illegal immigrants instead of sending them home.
17. March 20, 2021, DHS begins allowing migrants into the United States without even setting a date for appearing in court later.
18. March 30, 2021, DHS expands detention capacity for unaccompanied migrant children.
19. March 31, 2021, Biden administration erases background check requirements for adults living with an unaccompanied migrant child trafficked into the United States.
20. April 30, 2021, Biden cancels future border wall construction.
21. June 15, 2021, Biden makes it possible for more illegal migrants to chain-migrate family members into the United States. 22. June 16, 2021, Biden administration allows people petitioning for asylum to bring family members in with them.
23. June 16, 2021, The Biden Administration expanded the categories allowing a foreigner to petition for asylum.
24. July 2021, Border Patrol releases at least 50,000 illegal immigrants into the United States without court dates.
25. Aug. 5, 2021, Border Patrol gives green light to alternatives to detention and parole, effectively ending another means to deportation.
26. Aug. 17, 2021, DHS expands its policy of catch and release.
27. Aug. 31, 2021, Nearly half of the more than 100,000 illegal immigrants released into the country since March 21 without court dates failed to check in with federal officials.
28. Sept. 24, 2021, Biden falsely accuses border agents of “whipping migrants” in Texas.
29. Sept. 30, 2021, DHS grants a form of amnesty to millions of migrants in the form of rolling back deportations across the entire United States.
30. In Fiscal Year 2021, More than $300 million in federal grants reward cities encouraging illegal immigration.
31. Oct. 8, 2021, DHS cancels more contracts meant for a border wall.
32. Oct. 12, 2021, DHS suspends its inspections of large worksites to discover illegal migrants.
33. Oct. 27, 2021, Mayorkas suspends enforcement of immigration laws at schools, hospitals, social service facilities, and recreational areas, among others.
34. Oct. 29, 2021, Mayorkas terminates “Remain in Mexico” program.
35. Nov. 2021, Biden administration creates new program for releasing illegal aliens into the United States.
36. Dec. 17, 2021, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) encourages greater immigration of family units by reducing its detention centers for such groups.
37. Jan. 2022, Biden administration found failing to vet Afghan refugees.
38. Apr. 1, 2022, Biden administration doubles down on efforts to end Title 42 in court.
39. Apr. 3, 2022, Biden administration encourages prosecutors to stop filing cases for immigration court removals.
40. Sept. 9, 2022, Biden eliminates curbs against foreign citizens receiving welfare benefits.
41. Oct. 31, 2022, DHS expands DACA child trafficking program.
42. Dec. 13, 2022, Biden administration sues Arizona for state efforts to secure the border with shipping containers.
43. Jan. 2023, Biden administration expands role of CBP One app to expand migrant entry through online appointments instead of in-person review.
44. Jan. 6, 2023, Biden administration expands migrant parole beyond legal and historical limits to encompass millions of foreigners.
45. Feb. 25, 2023, Biden administration reportedly lost track of 85,000 trafficked migrant children over two years.
46. March 2023: ICE allows non-detailed foreign illegals to grow to 5.3 million.
47. March 25, 2023, Biden administration requests less funding for detention beds despite record border crossings.
48. March 28, 2023, DHS inspector general finds federal government misused pandemic funds to support services for illegal immigrants.
49. Apr. 13, 2023, Biden expands Obamacare benefits to DACA recipients, putting foreign border crossers on public health welfare.
50. Apr. 27, 2023, Biden administration expands use of CBP One app and creates additional parole programs for migrants.
51. Apr. 30, 2023, Biden administration reduces already-scant vetting of illegal migrants from China.
52. May 5, 2023, Border Patrol expands appointment capability on CBP One app despite the technology’s abuse by criminal cartels.
53. May 11, 2023, Biden officially terminates use of Title 42 expulsion authority.
54. May 31, 2023, Biden administration ends DNA testing program to reduce child trafficking.
55. July 7, 2023, Biden administration expands more parole programs for Central American countries.
56. July 24, 2023, Biden administration sues Texas to stop state efforts to secure the border with floating barriers.
57. Aug. 10, 2023, Biden administration demands $14 billion to fund migrant welfare.
58. Aug. 29, 2023, federal law enforcement sets out to find more than a dozen Uzbek migrants linked to ISIS whom ICE released into the United States.
59. Aug. 2023, DHS transforms ICE into a social services agency instead of a branch focused on law enforcement.
60. Sept. 8, 2023, Biden administration seeks to make delayed adjudication of asylum claims equal to granting the largely fraudulent claims.
61. Oct. 4, 2023, Biden administration issues new rules that allow strangers to take unaccompanied migrant children.
62. Dec. 21, 2023, Biden administration counts 18-, 19-, and 20-year-old migrants as “unaccompanied minors” to allow them illegally into the United States.
63. Dec. 28, 2023, Mexican government says meetings with DHS secretary and Secretary of State Antony Blinken focused on “regularizing” status of “Hispanic migrants who have been undocumented.”
64. Jan. 3, 2024, Biden administration sues Texas to stop them from sending illegal foreign migrants out of the United States.


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