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Biden Funds Border Security in Foreign Countries as U.S.-Mexico Border Crossings Hit 7.4 Million

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While border crossings have surpassed 7.4 million since Biden took office, his administration is spending hundreds of millions in taxpayer dollars on border security projects in foreign countries rather than domestically.

A budget signed by Biden allocated about $380 million for border security initiatives in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, and Tunisia, including $150 million for Jordan specifically.

“The Biden administration wants nothing more than the ability to ‘manage’ an invasion here at home, all while helping nations abroad build walls,” RJ Hauman of the National Immigration Center for Enforcement (NICE) stated. “Make it make sense.”

At the same time, it restricts funding for physical barriers on the U.S.-Mexico border.

The spending comes as Biden has overseen nine million migrant encounters since 2021, with over 1.8 million known ‘got-aways’ evading capture.

“Over 1.8 million known got-aways have evaded U.S. Border Patrol under this administration,” House Homeland Security Chairman Mark Green said.

His DHS is also carrying out an unprecedented parole pipeline program that has released nearly 900,000 migrants into the U.S. interior since 2023 through mobile apps and humanitarian parole – now outpacing the population of some U.S. states.

Critics argue the administration prioritizes foreign border security while failing to curb the record influx within U.S. borders.

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