Biden’s ‘Temporary’ Amnesty Program Welcomes 1.2 Million Foreign Nationals

President Joe Biden’s quest to fill the United States with foreign nationals who he believes will reside within the Democratic Party is going as planned. The Pew Research Center revealed that a staggering 1.2 million people now live in the country with “temporary protected status (TPS).”

That demographic now makes up 5.5% of the skyrocketing total of noncitizens residing in the U.S.

Immigrants from countries determined by Washington to be “unsafe” to return to are permitted to stay and work in the U.S. for up to 18 months. Excuses may be political conditions, terrorism, economic concerns, violence or natural disasters.

These foreign nationals are also permitted to renew TPS indefinitely, meaning they are almost certain to remain in the country.

Former President Donald Trump realized how the program was ripe for corruption and attempted to eradicate it. But under Biden it exploded to now cover 16 nations.

The original roster included El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. That was bad enough, but under Biden it swelled to cover Afghanistan, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Myanmar, Ukraine and Venezuela.

Since being added to the list, Venezuela has sent over 472,000 of its citizens to the U.S. That roster includes the suspect in the brutal murder of Georgia nursing student Laken Riley.

The Biden White House is now controversially flying illegal migrants directly into the country’s interior.

National Border Council President Brandon Judd said the parole program is just a smokescreen to claim lower numbers are crossing the southern border.

Judd explained, “It’s just bait and switch. They’re just paroling people in through airports rather than having them come across the border. They’re just gonna keep the numbers at round 5,000 [daily border crossings], parole people in and say, ‘Oh look, we cut our numbers down.”

Even the 5,000 per day figure is “astronomical high” when compared to the Trump and Obama administrations. Judd said that the White House’s figure is “still five times higher than what we should be.”

But Biden made it his administration’s mission to flood the country with as many foreign nationals as he could. And at least in this one area, his term has been a smashing success.