In the past two months, the Trump administration has deported over 2,500 illegal aliens who showed up on the border as family units. That may not sound like much but in 2018 the number for the entire year was 2,711. And when you consider the roadblocks thrown up by activist judges and Democrats in Congress, that number is nothing short of miraculous. Without help from Republicans in Congress, Trump has succeeded in stemming the caravans from Central America, the building of miles of the border wall and increased deportations. Just imagine where we would be today without the interference of lifelong liberals like Paul Ryan.
President Trump’s administration deported more than 2,500 illegal aliens in the last two months who had arrived at the United States-Mexico border and claimed to be part of a family unit.
Federal data obtained by Breitbart News reveals that since August, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has deported more than 2,500 illegal aliens who arrived as a family unit at the southern border and have final orders for removal.
Over these two months, ICE agents arrested another 275 illegal aliens who arrived as family units at the border. All of these illegal aliens arrested have final orders for removal, meaning they have gone through the asylum and immigration courts and have been found not to be eligible to stay in the U.S.
Compare these deportation numbers to that of Fiscal Year 2018, when ICE deported 2,711 illegal aliens who arrived as family units at the border for the entire year.
This indicates that about 226 illegal aliens claiming to be part of a family unit were deported every month last year compared to about 1,250 deported each month in August and September of this year — a more than 453 percent increase in illegal family unit deportations based on monthly totals.