Biden Releases Most Illegal Aliens Who Stormed Texas Border into the United States: Report

Many of the illegal aliens who were captured on video storming an El Paso border crossing earlier this week and overrunning the Texas National Guard have been subsequently vetted by the Biden administration and released into the United States.

The New York Post reported at the time that a “group of over 100 migrants attempted to enter the US illegally by rushing a border wall Thursday, breaking through razor wire and knocking over guards in the process.”

The video of the harrowing incident subsequently went “viral” and became the subject of intense national debate.

According to the New York Post, several illegal migrants were forced back into Mexican territory. According to one unidentified source, a significant number of the primarily adult male group was processed and released into the the United States.

Border Patrol official Orlando Marrero had confirmed to local outlet KFOX14 that the “migrants that we encountered here today at Gate 36 will be taken to a processing center.”

Despite the dramatic footage, records from the City of El Paso reveal that 743 individuals have been freed from detention and brought into the United States. In line with President Biden’s “catch and release” policy, a large number of illegals were either released on parole or allowed to seek asylum.

Jennie Taer, a New York Post reporter, spoke with Fox News on Friday about the release of Thursday’s attackers.

“Many of these people did get processed by Border Patrol under Title 8, which is what is typically used for what we know as catch and release. These are people that are mainly released into the country,” she said.

So this sends the message to people around the world that even if you act like this, you can probably get into the country. And I think they continue to push these boundaries and to see what they can get away with,” Taer continued. “And here they got away with some really, really scary stuff and, you know, assaulting, appeared to be assaulting some of the National Guardsmen. It was totally out of control.”

The latest incident comes as border checkpoints continue to establish new records for migrant interactions under President Biden. The border is presently undergoing a “spring surge,” which occurs when favorable weather conditions entice illegal immigrants from South and Central America to travel to the United States.

According to El Paso’s online migrant dashboard, between 2,000 to 2,500 migrants are now being detained in Border Patrol custody on a nightly basis.

By Melinda Davies
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