BOMBSHELL: 6 Million in 3 Years

Emergency

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – Mind-blowing official evidence about the staggering scale of the illegal alien invasion has been announced by a high-profile independent government agency, revealing Joe Biden’s administration set loose a total of 6.2 million aliens inside the United States in the past three years.

According to data from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), this number surpasses one migrant for every two American births since January 2021.

The CBO’s report, titled “The Demographic Outlook: 2014 to 2054,” highlights a tremendous increase in the number of individuals allowed into the US, as cited by Breitbart News.

“More of those people are also being released into the United States than previously, generally through the use of parole authority or with a notice to appear before an immigration judge,” the report informs.

While more than 10 million migrants, gotaways included, have entered the nation since Biden occupied the White House, some of those have been deported, particularly under former President Trump’s deportation policy while it was still in force.

According to the CBO, in 2023, this influx included 900,000 migrants admitted after approaching official border gates, in addition to 1.1 million who entered through gaps in the border wall.

The CBO, serving as an advisor to Capitol Hill legislators, revealed that approximately half of these migrants, about 1.1 million, were allowed entry by October 1 through the exploitation of the “parole” loophole in border law.

The Biden administration and Democratic allies are seeking to further expand this method of entry, Breitbart notes.

The 2023 figures also encompass 860,000 ‘gotaways’ who evaded the partially constructed and minimally guarded border wall, and 430,000 individuals who overstayed their visas.

These numbers are consistent with early January data from the Department of Homeland Security.

Notably, the CBO data doesn’t account for the hundreds of thousands of migrants released after October 1.

The report indicates a significant rise in immigration, with 1.2 million in 2021 and 2.7 million in 2022.

Combining these with the 3.3 million up to October 2023, the total reaches 6.2 million undocumented migrants under Biden’s tenure.

This influx has contributed to stagnating wages for Americans and an increase in housing costs, challenging American families’ ability to have more children.

The CBO report observed a decline in the American total fertility rate from 1.75 to 1.70 births per woman in 2023.