Newly released records from President Joe Biden’s administration show that deportations of criminal illegal immigrants have plunged since Biden took office.
Over 72,300 convicted criminals living in the United States were deported in fiscal year 2019, according to the records. That number dropped to about 54,000 in fiscal year 2020, and to just 29,326 in fiscal year 2021.
At the U.S.–Mexico border, some 90,000 illegal alien convicts were deported in fiscal year 2019. That number dropped to 58,923 the following fiscal year and just 15,044 in fiscal year 2021.
The records “confirm that Biden administration policies have caused a sharp decline in all removals, and in the removal of criminal aliens,” Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, said in a blog post….


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