New report hits Joe Biden’s desk that has him paralyzed in fear

President Biden is sticking to his guns no matter what. But there’s consequences for that decision.

Because a new report has hit Joe Biden’s desk that has him completely paralyzed in fear.

Immigration into the United States has experienced an unprecedented surge, surpassing federal projections by a considerable margin, as highlighted in a recent report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) released on Thursday.

As of February 2024, the total immigrant population in the U.S. has reached a record-breaking 51.4 million individuals, constituting 15.5% of the nation’s total populace. This figure, disclosed by CIS, contradicts earlier forecasts by the U.S. Census Bureau, which had predicted that the proportion of foreign-born nationals wouldn’t hit 15.5% until at least 2039, rendering those projections outdated, as noted by CIS authors Steven Camarota and Karen Zeigler.

This 15.5% encompasses both legally documented immigrants and those residing unlawfully in the country, as analyzed by CIS through an examination of the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey (CPS). Approximately 25% of the 51.4 million foreign nationals currently residing in the U.S. are undocumented migrants, with the remaining 75% holding legal status.

Under the Biden administration’s tenure alone, the immigrant population in the U.S. has surged by 6.4 million, with CIS estimating that over half of this increase comprises illegal immigrants. This influx surpasses the entire populations of 33 individual states.

Camarota and Zeigler underscored in their study that the significant uptick in immigration over the past three years has multifaceted implications for various aspects of American society, including economic, social, and political realms, as well as the challenge of assimilating such a large influx of people.

Customs and Border Protection reported approximately 2 million migrant encounters at the southern border during fiscal year 2023, marking an increase from around 1.7 million in fiscal year 2021. Notably, migrant apprehensions at the southern border never exceeded 1 million during the previous Trump administration.

The authors emphasized the unparalleled nature of this surge, particularly since President Joe Biden assumed office, with growth rates far surpassing those seen during the administrations of both Trump and Obama.

Should current trends persist, CIS projects that the total foreign-born population in the U.S. could reach approximately 60 million by the end of a potential second term for President Biden in 2028, marking an unprecedented milestone in American immigration history.

Reports from Politico have indicated that the Biden administration and its allies have been extremely divided on how to approach immigration as a whole, though they know they have to do something because it’s a top issue for most American voters.

Their hands are tied, however, when the radical Leftist voting base is so far removed from the “center” on this issue that they are unwilling to even refer to illegal immigrants as “illegal” immigrants. It’s a “microaggression” in their eyes, because apparently individuals who break the law by entering the United States illegally aren’t actually criminals. It’s a loony world we live in.

During Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address speech, he touched on the Laken Riley tragedy, and even dared to call the m*rderous illegal immigrant an “illegal” and the Left lost it’s mind. The speech wasn’t even over and radical, so-called “progressives” were all over social media skewering their guy for daring to call a spade a spade.

The best part about all of this is that Joe Biden got major heat from the other side as well because he didn’t even pronounce Laken Riley’s name correctly, but instead said “Lincoln” Riley. What a disgrace.

Surveys suggest that the economy and immigration continue to be the two most important issues for Americans heading into the 2024 presidential election season. That’s unlikely to change.

Simply put, the electoral calculus in 2024 is different from that of 2020. In 2020, Americans were in the middle of the pandemic panic and were being bombarded with constant negativity from the mainstream media who were trying to fearmonger everyone into obedience.

That’s not the case anymore. The pandemic panic is gone, and now Americans are worried sick about inflation continuing to ravage their bank accounts and illegal immigrants bringing violent crime to cities and towns across America.

It may already be too late for the Biden administration to even pretend like they are addressing the root causes of illegal immigration and the southern border crisis.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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