Biden Placed Under New Investigation

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( – House Judiciary Committee investigates Biden admin’s methods to bring illegal migrants into the U.S.

The Committee has launched a probe into the State Department’s Welcome Corps’ alleged abuses to bring illegal immigrants into the U.S. 

On Thursday, Republican Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio), Chairman of the Committee, alongside Republican Rep. Tom McClintock (California), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration Integrity, Security, and Enforcement, sent a letter to Assistant Secretary Julietta Vall Noyes to access documents about the program which they describe as being “vulnerable” to exploitation and fraud.

According to the letter, Jordan and McClintock want to assess the Biden administration’s attempt to “fast track” the entry of additional illegal aliens into the country, given that the Welcome Corps has submitted over 15,000 private sponsorship applications.

In their letter, the chairmen highlight that the Welcome Corps has had to warn individuals to be aware of scams and those asking for “payment or services to complete an application,” adding that they’re “concerned” about “potential abuses” within the Welcome Corps that could “undermine” the U.S.’s immigration system and national security.

The Welcome Corps, launched in 2023 by Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, has been described by the State Department as a “service opportunity for Americans” to assist refugees in building new lives in the country.

However, fears about the program being exploited are rife.

Last month, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) revealed its fears that campus protestors would use the program as a Trojan horse to allow refugees from Gaza, for example, entry into the United States.

In its statement, the CIS questioned the move to launch the Welcome Corps given the current “anti-Israel… antisemitic and anti-American sentiments” in the U.S.

As part of their probe into the Welcome Corps, McClintock and Jordan are seeking documentation about the number of fraud reports submitted since the program launched and the total number of fraudulent applications.

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