BREAKING: Biden Administration Busing ‘Thousands’ of Illegals Aliens to Red States

According to a new study from the Center for Immigration Studies, Biden’s border crisis is expanding across the country. The new administration is following an immigration program known as “catch-and-bus,” which aims to settle illegal immigrants in states around the country.

The Biden “smuggling routes” have largely gone unnoticed by the media, which is fixated on the catastrophic border crisis, in which children are being held in detention centers that breach COVID protocols.

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A veritable “conveyor belt” of buses from Texas, Arizona, and California are carrying “thousands” of illegal immigrants, according to a CIS investigation.

“The buses rolling out of Del Rio in a steady daily succession — one charter a day, seven days a week, and weeks of filling Greyhound buses before that — reflect a microcosm of a much broader element of the ongoing mass-migration crisis at the southern border that has gotten little media attention and exists largely outside public view,” according to CIS. “Thousands of immigrants caught illegally crossing the border and released under President Joe Biden’s latest leniency policy are now dispersing around the country on buses, with some of the richer ones riding passenger jets.”

The buses are leaving daily from Del Rio, the Texas Rio Grande Valley communities, and Laredo, as far as the Center for Immigration Studies can tell from interviews and scattered media reporting, but busing also appears to be taking place in Arizona and California, according to the study.

The CIS asked rhetorically, “Where are the buses going?” “They often drop off their passengers from Haiti, Venezuela, and Cuba in Florida and New Jersey. Those from Nicaragua and other Central American countries have been shipped to Tennessee, Massachusetts, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia, and Kentucky, as well as major Texas cities like Dallas and Houston.”

According to The Blaze, “roughly 30,000 migrants who entered the country illegally have been bused directly into the country since the start of the year,” according to Todd Bensman, senior national security fellow for the center. “That number corresponds to Border Patrol figures published earlier this week by TheBlaze.”

For many illegal migrants, the “catch-and-bus” mechanism is defined by the Center for Immigration Studies.

“Many migrants turn themselves in to Border Patrol willingly after their illegal crossings, knowing full well the positive things that will follow,” the CIS reports.

“Their fingerprints and identifiers are registered at a Border Patrol screening center on the outskirts of town.”

“No one was being screened for Covid in the first months of November, December, January, and February,” it continues. “However, in response to public outcry, DHS hired a private company to perform Covid-19 tests inside a Border Patrol facility in the Del Rio region. Burrow said, “Every immigrant is now checked.”

“According to two such documents that immigrants on the buses agreed to exchange, DHS then provides many immigrants with an administrative document titled ‘Order of Release on Recognizance,’ which gives them the legal right to be present within the United States.”

“These demand that immigrants self-report to a deportation officer in their destination cities by a certain date.”

“One Nicaraguan migrant showed CIS a DHS document titled ‘Interim Notice Authorizing Parole,’ granting him a renewable one-year term to live legally within the country,” the report continued, adding, “Most will likely use their time to apply for asylum, a lengthy, back-logged process that allows for work authorization and Social Security cards during an adjudication process that can drag on for years.”

The “catch-and-bus” proposal advocated by Biden is an extension of the Democratic Party’s open borders policy. Even if a state is not on the southern border, an illegal migrant can cross it and receive a free bus ride from the Biden administration to any place.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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