New Report Tracks Where Illegal Immigrants Are Being Sent By White House

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There is a new report from the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project that gives details on how non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have facilitated the last part of travel for illegal immigrants after they have successfully reached the United States. This has been significantly on the increase since Biden entered the White House.

The Oversight Project compiled the report by sampling about 30,000 mobile devices that were geofenced to several of these NGOs along the border. Here is the process: illegal immigrants hand themselves over to Border Patrol and then they are processed and released as if Title 42 does not apply to their nationality.

Device pings were captured throughout the month of January 2022, in four different phases.

Phase One actually geofenced the physical location of the Val Verde Border Humanitarian Center and the Del Rio Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Station. There were around 400 devices pinging at those sites.

Phase Two involved the geofencing of 20 NGO facilities in border states and there were approximately 22,000 devices pinged on-premises.

Phase Three involved geofencing 13 NGO locations located close to the border and there were 5,000 devices pinged on-premises.

Phase Four of the investigation focused on geofencing Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley which is located in San Juan, Texas. There were 3,400 devices pinged on the premises.

The bottom line is that this report shows that the most popular destination for these immigrants is the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Orlando.

“The investigation confirmed that a host of NGOs are actively facilitating the Biden border crisis. Overflow from Customs and Border Protection is being transferred to these organizations so that Border Patrol avoids overcrowded facilities. These organizations apply for and receive, taxpayer money to provide processing and transportation services and infrastructure to facilitate the migration of illegal aliens into the interior of the country,” according to Mike Howell, director of the Oversight Project.

This investigation is the first ever to document the physical movement of illegal aliens into the interior of the country. They have uncovered a mass resettlement program in which the White House administration works hand-in-hand with NGOs.