CBP, Border Patrol agents from the McAllen station horse patrol unit on patrol on horseback in South Texas. [Photo Credit: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons]

REPORT: Biden Admin Secretly Instructed Border Patrol to Release Migrants In Spite of Executive Order

Rather than deporting illegal aliens from all but six of the more than 100 countries in the Eastern Hemisphere, President Joe Biden’s administration has now reportedly directed U.S. Border Patrol agents to release them into the United States.

The Washington Examiner has obtained the memo that Biden officials provided to Border Patrol agents.

This memo was obtained immediately following the signing of a weak executive order on immigration by Biden last week, in which he claimed that the border would be shut down if it became overwhelmed, despite his previous statement that he was unable to do so.

Numerous security experts, elected leaders, and officials have cautioned that Biden’s executive order is merely window dressing and does not actually address any substantive issues related to illegal migration over the U.S. Southern border.

According to the directives issued by the administration to Border Patrol agents, only individuals from Georgia, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan will be referred for expedited removal from the United States and will not be permitted to apply for asylum.

The United States will release all other individuals who enter from a country in the Eastern Hemisphere and allow them to seek asylum.

Most of Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and the majority of Europe are all included in the Eastern Hemisphere.

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