Inept ICE Releases 11,000+ “High Risk” Illegals Into The Nation

Half the time, one wonders why Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is even worthy of any taxpayer funds whatsoever.

Considering how wholly inept they have been at their job since Emperor Biden took the helm.

Indeed, according to a recent report issued by the United States Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General (OIG), ICE has been quite derelict in its duties with regards to Biden’s lame “catch and release” policies.

Policies that have clearly endangered the nation, which even Attorney General Merrick Garland bleakly admits.

One of the biggest ways in which ICE has been highly deficient in its duties can be traced to its effective disregard of highly recommended Risk Classification Assessments (RCA) … for thousands upon thousands of illegals.

“From our statistical sample of the 11,754 records for noncitizens who were released counter to the RCA recommendation actions, we identified 190 (71 percent) of 266 records that did not contain sufficient information to determine why ICE officers released the noncitizen …

Rather, we found, the officers and supervisors provided short, broad, or general responses in the RCA module’s comment field for decision justifications,” the report noted.

Well, that’s just great. Way over 11,000 illegals (in fact, closer to 12,000 illegals) have apparently skirted right on by RCA recommendations.

Troubling, to say the least.

On top of that, ICE didn’t even bother to explain why agents let thousands upon thousands of illegals skirt right on by … even after the terrorist attack in Israel.

“Inferring the sample results to the total population of 11,754 records, we estimate that between 7,860 and 8,931 RCA records did not contain sufficient information to determine why ICE officers released the noncitizen. Without sufficiently documenting justifications for deviating from RCA recommendations, ICE cannot ensure transparency in its detention decision-making process – especially when releasing noncitizens whom the RCA determines may pose a threat to public safety or might be a flight risk,” the OIG report continued.

Well then. ICE is apparently unable to “ensure transparency.”

Talk about a rather large recipe for disaster.

The report further notes that at least 328 illegals reportedly pose a “high risk to public safety,” with an additional 813 posing a “medium risk to public safety.”

In addition, 11,608 illegals senselessly let go by ICE were characterized as a “high flight risk.”

In other words, basically zero of the “released” illegals will bother to show up to their court date, which is likely set in 2027 (or even later) in the first place.

Quite a few sensible news outlets are aghast, to put it mildly, by the latest and not-so-greatest update from the OIG.

As reported by The Blaze, “[DHS procedures] were not fully effective to screen and vet noncitizens applying for admission into the United States or asylum seekers whose asylum applications were pending for an extended period,”

The full text of the disastrous DHS report can be reviewed here.

Frankly, the mass importation of unvetted illegals suggests a rather sinister plot afoot … especially as Poland, a top NATO contributor, has long reported on Putin’s “hybrid warfare” via illegal immigration into the nation through Belarus.

One would imagine that Biden would see similar parallels with the United States … if he bothered to care in the first place.

Author: Jane Jones


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