Reuters Claims Biden Currently Deporting More Migrants Than Trump

I am no longer a Trump shill.

I haven’t been a true Trump shill since 2017, in fact.

I made the conscious decision to back off of my criticism of him in 2020 when the election was coming up, because I knew this Biden thing was going to be a nightmare. I was reading the Hudson Institute papers and the materials of Antony Blinken, saying they wanted all these wars.

By the way: at that point, Mike Pompeo was working for the Hudson Institute which was de facto hired to formulate Biden’s foreign policy. You had all of these neocons. So I knew Biden was going to start these wars, so I shilled for Trump (even while saying he couldn’t actually win because of the mail-in ballots).

Anyway, yeah: I’m not a shill and in fact I’m against Trump as a politician (I still like him as a guy, because how could you not, but that isn’t really relevant to anything).

But this is bullshit.


Republican former President Donald Trump is promising to ramp up deportations from the United States to historic levels if reelected to another four-year term in the White House as part of his campaign to defeat President Joe Biden, a Democrat, who has struggled with record numbers of migrants caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.

In June, Biden implemented a sweeping, new asylum ban aimed at quickly deporting more recent border crossers to their home countries or Mexico.

Trump’s pledge echoes his 2015 campaign promise to deport some 11 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally. After winning office in 2016, he said his administration aimed to deport 2 million to 3 million people with criminal records.

But during Trump’s term in office from January 2017 to January 2021, deportations by U.S. immigration and border authorities fell lower than most years of his Democratic predecessor Barack Obama, who some advocates for immigrants dubbed the “deporter-in-chief.”

Biden had even fewer deportations than Trump during his first two years in office when not counting rapid expulsions under a COVID-era health measure which was used millions of times to turn people back to Mexico. But, faced with much higher numbers of migrants arriving at the border, he greatly increased deportations – including those of families – in federal fiscal year 2023 and the first five months of the 2024 fiscal year, outpacing Trump.

Here’s their chart:

Maybe because of Covid, deportations were shut down,

It’s also not clear how they’re calculating “deportations,” and it probably includes “rejections at the border.”

Anyway, Biden definitely let in a lot more people than Trump, so the deportation numbers are totally irrelevant.

America’s white population is doomed under either party.

Trump wants to staple green cards to diplomas.