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ILLEGAL CRIME SPREE: Non-Citizens Made Up 64 Percent of Federal Arrests in 2018

These numbers are from the Department of Justice.

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Data from the Department of Justice shows that non-citizens accounted for a whopping 64 percent of federal arrests in 2018, as the number has spiked over the past several decades due to the worsening of the illegal immigration epidemic.

Non-citizens make up only seven percent of the population but make up a vastly disproportionate part of the federal arrest rate, the Department of Justice (DOJ) reports. Between the years of 1998 and 2018, the arrests of non-citizens at the federal level have spiked by 234 percent while U.S. citizen arrests have grown by only 10 percent.

This news bolsters President Donald Trump’s case that illegal immigration results in more crime and makes the U.S. less safe.

The Trump administration’s crackdown against illegal immigration has been effective in getting more non-citizen lawmakers off the streets. According to DOJ data, federal immigration apprehensions have increased by 50,000 from 2017 to 2018.

Non-citizens were also apprehended for a disproportionate amount of crimes not related to immigration offenses. They were charged with 28 percent of federal fraud cases, 25 percent of federal property offenses, and 24 percent of drug crimes.

No matter how you spin it, the data is clear: Illegals commit crimes at a drastically higher rate than American citizens. Recent reports in the news illustrate the horrors that occur regularly throughout the country due to illegal immigration and the sanctuary policies that open the door for violators to commit heinous acts.

While Trump’s policies have certainly helped, he has much more work to do before border security ceases to be a problem. The third world continues to flood across the U.S. border, empowered by funding from NGOs bankrolled by George Soros, and it is putting the future of America into serious peril.

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Border Patrol Officials Reporting Biden Surge in Illegal Immigration Following Election

They think they’ll be granted amnesty.

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Senior Border Patrol officials are warning of a surge in illegal migration at the southern border in recent weeks, coming directly in response to perceived results of the still-pending presidential election.

Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan is ascribing a 21% increase in apprehension levels at the border over the last month to both economic circumstances in Central America and “perceived and or anticipated shifts in policies” following the November 3rd election. Morgan was speaking to the Washington Times.

CBP personnel intercepted 69,000 illegal migrants at the southern border in October, up from 58,000 in September.

Illegal immigration levels declined in early 2020 due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, but they’ve increased in recent months as border crossers flee the effects of the virus’s recession in Central America and Mexico. CBP has been authorized by the Trump administration to use expedited “expulsion” policies to return illegal immigrants to the nation they came from on the basis of coronavirus public health concerns.

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Joe Biden has pledged to open the borders of the United States, stating that he intends only to deport felons convicted of violent crimes while in the country illegally. This repudiation of immigration enforcement, if actually adopted, would likely lure tens of millions- if not hundreds of millions- of unauthorized migrants to the United States in various forms in coming years.

Biden has also pledged to grant American citizenship to more than 11 million illegal aliens present in the United States. This proposal would require the cooperation of Congress, but he can reinstate the DACA amnesty program through executive action.

Asylum seekers camped out in the Mexican border city of Matamoros reportedly celebrated Biden’s perceived victory, eager for a chance to obtain access to the United States’ welfare, public education, healthcare and infrastructure.

Illegal immigration and cheap labor advocates have claimed that porous borders are an inevitability, but the contrast between President Trump’s immigration enforcement and the ramifications from the mere international perception of a Joe Biden administration seems to suggest otherwise.

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