Biden to Double Own Refugee Resettlement Cap Next Fiscal Year

As if the southern border and plane loads of Afghanis wasn't bad enough, the Biden administration wants to raise the refugee admissions cap for the next fiscal year.

The State Department plans to up it from 62,500 to 125,000 beginning in October to "address needs generated by humanitarian crises around the globe."

“All of that narrative is a fraud,” says Todd Bensman with the Center for Immigration Studies. “These people are coming in to commit mass asylum fraud on our system.”

“Everybody is all worried and wringing their garments about 15,000 in a camp. What about the 200,000 a month for months and months and months. That is really something nobody should lose sight of.”

By comparison, President Donald Trump capped refugee resettlement at 15,000 per year.

Refugee resettlement, as reported by Breitbart, costs American taxpayers nearly $9 billion every five years, with each refugee costing taxpayers about $133,000 over the course of their lifetime.

"There's a major cost before they even come close to start paying through their their own taxes what they consumed in those year. It takes a long time," Bensman added.

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