Illegal Alien Report Bombshell

( – In a bombshell report, it has been revealed that almost all illegals who have crossed the border into the United States are living freely, with less than 1.5% being monitored by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

The data from the National Immigration Center for Enforcement (NICE) suggests that out of the nearly 17 million illegals in the U.S., only about 1.34% are either detained or under close watch through programs like the Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP).

Recent reports note that approximately 7.4 million of these individuals are known to the Biden administration but are not detained. They are on what is known as ICE’s “non-detained docket.”

Of those not detained, a mere 2.5% are being monitored through ISAP, highlighting a significant gap in supervision.

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) criticized Joe Biden’s handling of the situation, stating, “99% of illegal aliens in America are roaming free … remember this is the state of our southern border under HIS leadership.”

Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) echoed this concern and emphasized the lack of oversight, “Of the roughly 17 million illegal aliens in the U.S. today: 99% are roaming free, completely unsupervised by the Biden [administration],” he said.

“Only 1% are even being actively supervised. Only 0.25% are being detained. This is not sustainable,” he added.

In response to this issue, Senator Hagerty and Representative Byron Donalds (R-FL) have put forward the “Reshape Alternatives to Detention Act.”

This proposed legislation aims to maximize the use of available detention spaces for border crossers.

Once those are filled, they require that illegals be monitored with GPS through ISAP while they await their deportation proceedings.

The bill’s intent is to ensure that every illegal listed on ICE’s non-detained docket is actively monitored through ISAP.

This enables the agency to keep track of their whereabouts, especially if they leave the program or are deported by an immigration judge.

By the year’s end, projections suggest that more than eight million illegals will be added to ICE’s non-detained docket, the vast majority of whom will likely not be monitored through ISAP.

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