American Children Removed from Schools and Foster Homes to Make Room for Migrants – Over 7 Million Cross Since Biden Took Office

Growing frustration emerged among parents and community leaders upon discovering that James Madison High School students in Brooklyn would need to stay home on Wednesday for remote learning. This measure aimed to accommodate asylum seekers seeking refuge at the school due to Tuesday’s storm.

This decision raised concerns about potential future impacts on schools whenever severe weather events occur, leaving many questioning the potential consequences for educational routines.

Back in March of 2021, Foster families were being told to vacate their homes to make room for migrant children.

A plan to house migrant children from the crisis at the US-Mexico border left one Renton foster family without a place to call home.

In February of that year, Edmundo Serena Sanchez and his wife received a notification stating that they needed to leave the Renton house where they’ve provided care and upbringing to Washington state foster children for almost seven years.

The letter said that the house would be repurposed to “offer an alternative range of services in assistance of unaccompanied migrant youth.”

Just a month later in 2021, foster parents in California were being asked to care for a staggering 26 or more unaccompanied migrant children per household despite the legal limit being set at 6 by the state.

On March 12, amidst the crisis at the Mexico border, foster parents Travis (45) and Sharla Kall received a voicemail. The urgent message, obtained by, stated, ‘This is an emergency message, please respond to this urgent message from the Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD),’ the voicemail obtained by said. ‘CCLD would like to know how many available beds you have to serve additional youth.’

Additionally, the couple received an email echoing the urgent request, providing links for them to indicate the number of available beds, ranging from zero to ’26 +.’

That same month in 2021, San Diego teachers were being sent to a housing center to teach migrant kids in person, while American children in San Diego were forced to learn remotely.

More than 700 unaccompanied migrant children were being housed at the center, where certain educators volunteered to provide in-person instruction, despite the elevated COVID rates among these children.

San Diego County Office of Education’s chief of staff, Music Watson, explained to Fox News via email at the time, “Our teachers have been approached about the option to work at the convention center site instead of their usual worksites. For instance, a teacher typically assigned to School X could volunteer to switch their placement and work at the convention center site.”

Watson also mentioned, “Fifteen county office employees volunteered to teach at the convention center.”

Yes, You Are Being Replaced

According to the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey (CPS), in October 2023, the combined number of foreign-born individuals or immigrants (both legal and illegal) reached 49.5 million. This marks a surge of 4.5 million since President Biden assumed office, setting a new historical peak. Additionally, the foreign-born population constitutes 15 percent of the total U.S. population, marking the highest proportion ever recorded in American history.

Amidst the heated debate surrounding the ongoing border crisis, this discovery holds significance. It emphasizes that metrics like border encounters or legal immigrant arrivals don’t provide an accurate measure of the actual immigrant population. This population size ultimately determines the impact of immigration on the country.

Since assuming office in January 2021, President Biden has overseen a growth in the foreign-born population by 4.5 million, a figure exceeding the entire populations of 25 individual U.S. states.

The significant magnitude of immigration seems to have rendered the recent Census Bureau population projections, released on November 9 this year, outdated. Initially, the bureau estimated that the foreign-born proportion wouldn’t reach 15 percent until 2033.

The combination of legal obligations to apprehend illegal border crossers and permit asylum-seekers to file refugee claims has contributed to the unprecedented influx at the US border since 2021, leading to a border crisis.

US Customs and Border Protection data indicates that at least 7.8 million migrants have illegally entered the US since 2021.

Additionally, an estimated 1 million migrants are believed to have entered the US unlawfully in the final three months of 2023, a figure not accounted for in the previous count.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas reportedly recently acknowledged to Border Patrol agents that the current rate of release for illegal immigrants caught at the southern border exceeds 85%, as per sources.

Mayorkas conveyed these remarks during a private meeting with agents in Eagle Pass, Texas, as confirmed by three Border Patrol sources present in the room who personally heard his statements.

When Mayorkas was asked by anchor Bret Baier about reporting that over 70% of migrants are released into the U.S. each day, Mayorkas replied “It would not surprise me at all. I know the data.”

Border agents pushed him on those remarks, saying that the number is even higher than 70%, and then Mayorkas acknowledged a release rate of “above 85%.”

A reporter recently pressed Mayorkas on the immigration policy under the Biden administration, by telling Mayorkas that the migrants are coming because they’re being released.

Mayorkas replied to the reporter with what many are calling a provable lie.

“The majority of all migrants encountered at the Southwest border throughout this administration have been removed, returned, or expelled.”



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