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Biden Turns Humanitarian Parole Into an Illegal Alien Bonanza

The list of 50 airports showcases an elaborate and determined effort to inundate American with migrants.

The Biden administration has harnessed a limited-use “humanitarian parole” refugee program meant for catastrophic circumstances such as war to allow more than 400,000 migrants into the US through its Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan (CHNV) program. More than 50 airports are involved, illustrating the enormous scope of the operation.

“The parole program, launched in January 2023, was one of more than a dozen the [House Committee on Homeland Security] identified as illegal and as evidence to impeach [Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro] Mayorkas,” The Center Square reported May 1.

Mayorkas steadfastly refused to disclose the number of foreigners being imported into America under the program until forced to do so by congressional subpoena. The Homeland Security Committee released the information on April 30.

“Roughly half of those flown into the country, 200,000, entered in the first eight months of the program’s implementation from January 2023 through August 2023, according to the data,” the news site details. “By mid-October 2023, there were 1.6 million inadmissible aliens waiting for travel authorizations through the CHNV program, according to the data. None of the Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans waiting for travel authorizations have a legal basis to enter the US before being paroled through the CHNV program, the documents acknowledge.”

“All individuals paroled into the United States are, by definition, inadmissible, including those paroled under the CHNV Processes,” according to the House committee.

The CHNV arrivals have been flown into cities and towns across the US. International airports are also a part of the program, including three in Canada and one, strangely, in Ireland.

Biden and the Usual Suspects

Powerful leftist organizations are jubilant over the Biden administration’s commitment to expanding every conceivable avenue to bring illegal aliens into the American interior.

FWD.us is a group devoted to promoting massive immigration that is backed by heavyweight progressive elitist money. Its “founders and funders” include Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and LinkedIn multi-billionaire Reid Hoffman, watchdog website Influence Watch states. The organization is upfront in praising CHNV as a wildly successful workaround to the jammed southern US border.

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“Immigrants seeking safety in the US through the CHNV parole policy did not travel to the border and have dispersed across the country with the support of American sponsors,” FWD.us wrote in a January post on its website. “An already overwhelmed border regulation authority cannot handle the border consequences of limiting humanitarian parole. On the contrary, upholding the administration’s right to extend parole will allow this and future administrations to show compassion to migrants seeking safety while managing border crossings.”

It’s a somewhat absurd argument to make: FWD.us is saying Americans are only troubled by the anarchy at the southern border but otherwise have no problem with massive immigration into the US. Enter CHNV, a way to ease the border congestion and fast-track the migrant floodtide into America.

The hollowness of such a claim has been made manifestly clear now that the perils of unchecked illegal immigration have upturned progressive urbanite confines such as Denver and New York. The social and economic catastrophe has exploded to such a degree that immigration is now regularly cited as the number one issue of concern for US voters heading into November. The Biden administration’s abuse of “humanitarian parole” is fueling the disaster.

‘Threw Out the Authorized Refugee Process’

Americans should have seen it coming. The seemingly overnight creation of a vastly connected and staggeringly well-funded refugee sponsorship organization in 2021 revealed that humanitarian parole would be a key card played by open-border forces in the Biden years.

“Within a few short weeks of [President Joe] Biden’s July 2021 announcement that the US was pulling out of Afghanistan, a vast ‘national effort’ organized by the Rockefeller Foundation was up and running, urging that Afghan refugees should be granted rapid entry into America,” Liberty Nation noted in 2023. “Welcome.US billed itself as ‘the largest coalition in refugee resettlement history.’ Every living ex-president, except Donald Trump, is listed as a ‘co-chair,’ including George W. Bush. Countless leading lights from the corporate, NGO, and celebrity world were on board as ‘National Welcome Council’ members.”

Never let a crisis go to waste. By 2023, Welcome.US was eagerly supporting the CHNV program.

“Following the recent announcement from the Biden-Harris Administration that Haitians are eligible for humanitarian sponsorship through the Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans (CHNV), Welcome.US and the Haitian Bridge Alliance are partnering to mobilize sponsors interested in helping Haitians fleeing danger and seeking refuge in the United States,” the organization wrote in a January 11, 2023 release.

“Since April 2022, nearly 200,000 Americans have stepped up to sponsor Ukrainians through the successful Uniting for Ukraine program, which was used as a model for the CHNV process,” Welcome.US declared. “American citizens and lawful permanent residents now have the same opportunity to extend such compassion to Haitians fleeing gang violence, abject poverty, political instability, and gender-based violence.”

And just like that, widespread and elastic descriptors such as poverty and “gender-based violence” became as valid a reason as war to merit “humanitarian parole” into the US in the eyes of the Biden administration and its ruling progressive establishment allies.

Phillip Linderman, writing for The American Conservative in March, explained how this three-shell game works. Follow the pea.

“Biden and Mayorkas essentially threw out the authorized refugee process, which they considered too slow and too limiting, to invent their own speedy but unlawful ‘new paths’ that simply deem selected foreign nationalities as refugees and admit them,” Linderman wrote. “Therefore, almost all of Biden-Mayorkas migrants that Welcome.US is sponsoring do not even meet the US government legal definition of ‘refugee.’”

Barring a judicial ruling that has not happened yet, there is no limit to the possibilities when it comes to this administration’s abuse of “humanitarian parole.”

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