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Illegal Migrants Thank Biden After Processing Center Release

Graham Perdue
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Illegal migrants know who to praise for their presence in the U.S., and they did not hesitate to show their appreciation to President Joe Biden. “Thank you, America, thank you, American president” was shouted as Customs and Border Protection released them from a processing facility.

The San Diego structure was operating at 245% capacity due to Biden’s open border policies. It was designed to house 750.

Almost 2,000 illegals were released into the U.S. interior to solve the overcrowding. This action was taken instead of the preferable option of sending them back to where they invaded the country from. 


The Biden administration put the migrants onto buses to be dropped off at various locations across the country. The illegals hailed from Colombia, China, India, Egypt, Jordan and Mauritania.

Many were likely destined to stay in the city they were held in. The streets of San Diego have absorbed a staggering 125,000 illegal migrants just since September due to the shelter’s maximum permissible stay of 72 hours.

Experts warn that the masses almost certainly include criminal elements who are given a free pass into the country. Manny Bayon is the National Border Patrol Council President for the San Diego Sector.

He explained to the New York Post that officials only know what is contained in databases. For many countries that do not cooperate, the U.S. is flying blind without knowing the backgrounds of the illegals — which ominously includes millions of single military-aged males. 


One group of migrants told reporters that they paid $70,000 to get to the U.S. from China. They traveled through Thailand and Turkey, and their destination is an address in Orlando.

A man said he made the trip thousands of miles to visit relatives. There was no explanation as to why he needed to take the illegal route for the visit.

An Afghan national on the FBI’s terror watchlist was arrested in nearby San Ysidro last year. Due to a lack of corroborating evidence, however, he was released.

It took nearly a year for the FBI to notify Immigration and Customs Enforcement that the man was a suspected member of Hezb-e-Islami, a U.S.-designated terror group.

San Diego recently experienced a surge in illegal migrant crossings. This uptick coincided with lower than capacity facilities in Texas as the state aggressively sought to block easy entry across Biden’s open border with razor wire and fences.