Whistleblower Upbraids DHS

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by Kim Tisor  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  October 20, 2021   

Proposed policy to fast-track criminals

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Hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants are taking advantage of Biden's disastrous open-border policy. Now, a whistleblower with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is sharing how an upcoming policy change within one of its agencies will simplify immigration for illegals.

Church Militant's Kim Tisor has more on this insider's revelation, as shared yesterday by Project Veritas.

Aaron Stevenson, DHS whistleblower: "This is going to be the biggest change to immigration policy in my lifetime. ... And there's been no coverage for the American people to know what's going on."

What's going on is the head of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services — or USCIS — has proposed that asylum officers, not immigration judges, determine which illegal immigrants receive protection to deal with the overwhelming number of asylum requests.

Ur Jaddou's rationale is that the new system will reduce processing times for border trespassers who claim "credible fear of persecution or torture" if returned to their country of origin. But Stevenson says if the new system is adopted, it will simply fast-track illegal immigrants, many of whom are violent criminals, to U.S. citizenship. 

Stevenson: "I will say it's going to be a rubber stamp of immediately getting 'credible fear' or 'reasonable fear' to be able to stay in the country if they're going to be deported."

Asylum officers are less accountable to the American public than immigration judges. Stevenson explains USCIS is a fee-funded agency and doesn't answer to Congress, eliminating any meaningful avenues of pushback from concerned citizens.

Concerned citizen: "People that don't live here don't understand."
Stevenson is a Marine veteran with nearly 20 years as a federal employee under his belt. He told Project Veritas his decision to disclose DHS plans will probably cost him his job, but he strongly believes he's doing the right thing.

Republican governors met in Texas earlier this month to discuss crime caused by the permeable U.S.-Mexico border. Their solution? The Biden administration should allocate additional resources to fight the surge and arrest offenders.

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