Former ICE Chief REVEALS: Joe Biden Is Creating ‘Welcoming Centers’ for Illegal Immigrants

Former Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Tom Homan denounced the plan of Biden’s administration to put an end to family detention

In a court filing on Friday, ICE revealed that it will transform family detention centers to short-term centers that release illegal immigrants after no more than 72 hours.

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This would end the family detention policy which was first adopted by former President Barack Obama in 2014.

According to The Washington Post, the draft plans developed by the Department of Homeland Security mean that “The Biden administration is preparing to convert its immigrant family detention centers in South Texas into Ellis Island-style rapid-processing hubs that will screen migrant parents and children with a goal of releasing them into the United States within 72 hours.”

On Saturday during an interview on “Fox & Friends”, Homan revealed the truth about this plan:

“They are changing these detention centers to what they call ‘reception centers. 

They are actually welcoming centers because they get them in there quickly, they don’t test them, they release them and when they release them, they release them on an NTA, Notice to Appear … which means as they get to their destination they qualify for work authorization.”

 Homan continued:

 “So not only are they pushing back against our public health crisis by having COVID being released, they are competing for the same scarce jobs that many Americans are competing for right now with the unemployment crisis.”

It was also reported that an email from Russell Hott, a senior ICE official, claimed that unaccompanied minors and families crossing the border “are expected to be the highest numbers observed in over 20 years.”

According to Hott, at the current pace of than 500 family members daily, the Texas facilities “may not be sufficient to keep pace with apprehensions.”

He added that in that case, ICE will look at housing illegal immigrant families in hotels in McAllen, Texas, El Paso, and Phoenix, Arizona.

Homan stated that the Biden administration could have kept families in “an ICE family residential center that had doctors, nurses, children’s doctors and they had keeping people with diseases separate from other people,” but is more concerned with “how quick we can release them.”

Homan also spoke about his concern over the coronavirus running rampant among illegal immigrants and added that 6.3 percent of migrants tested positive for the virus in Brownsville, Texas, and 13.8 percent in Cameron County, Texas.

He said:

“Any of these percentages would have shut down New York … but the Biden administration is choosing to release them into our communities. It’s incompetence.”

Homan continued that he is “not confident about this administration doing anything that’s right when it comes to immigration enforcement or the safety and security of this country.”

Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle claim they are worried that the crisis is already uncontrollable.

In a tweet, Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas wrote:

“Our country is currently unprepared to handle a surge in migrants in the middle of this pandemic. I urge the Biden administration to listen and work with the communities on the southern border who are dealing with this influx. Inaction is not an option.”

Kentucky Republican Rep. James Comer agreed that the issue has aggravated to an extreme level:

“There is no question there’s a crisis at the border. It’s Joe Biden’s fault. Joe Biden has signaled to the world that he’s not going to take border security seriously.”

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