Biden Admin is Sued for Sneaking Deportees Back into US

David Peinado Romero /
David Peinado Romero /

By now, it’s no secret that Biden and his administration have effectively ruined our national security and borders. And now, they are being sued for it and trying to cover it up.

Last week, the Federation for American Immigration Reform, on behalf of the watchdog group Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI), filed a lawsuit against Biden’s Department of Homeland Security and US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

The main reason is that both departments failed to respond to a Freedom of Information Act request made by the watchdog group. But the failure to do so speaks of a much greater Biden Admin sin.

You see, the IRLI was contacting the DHS originally to gain information after learning that the department had welcomed back a number of already deported and criminal illegal immigrants.

According to reports, the immigrants had once been here semi-legally, or at least they had served in our military for a short period. But these migrants were deported after committing crimes, some while still in our military, others afterward.

Then, on July 2, 2021, a new policy was announced by Biden’s DHS, allowing those felony illegals to come back to the US.

As IRLI said in a news release on Monday, “Federal immigration law generally requires removal of aliens with significant felony convictions as well as certain misdemeanor convictions.”

And yet, because they had served in our military for a time, these criminals were being given a free pass.

Naturally, the IRLI had questions. But ones DHS didn’t want answered. So, despite a Freedom of Information Act request filed on April 26 of this year, the department failed to respond. They did, however, punt those questions over to USCIS.

The latter department, while initially responding to the request with a confirmation and then more detailed specifics about what the watchdog group was looking for, they too failed to deliver. By August 24, clearly more than the 20 working days allotted for each request to be answered, the watchdog still had received nothing.

And so now, the IRLI is taking both DHS and USCIS to court – and for good reason.