America’s Population Has Shifted, Reports Show

( )- More than 47 million residents in the United States weren’t born in this country, as of April this year, according to a new study revealed by the Center for Immigration Studies, the first time that has happened in history.

The report was based on the Current Population Survey conducted by the Census Bureau on behalf of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. It has showed that, since President Joe Biden entered the White House in January of 2021, the foreign-born population in the U.S. has grown, on average, by 132,000 per month. That includes both illegal and legal immigrants.

Of that total, nearly two-thirds is illegal immigrants. Over just the past 16 months, there have been roughly 1.35 million illegal immigrants who have come to America, according to the report.

Foreign-born population numbers started to decrease starting under former President Donald Trump in September of 2019. That started to reverse course in December of 2020, just one month before Biden took over the White House.

As the Center for Immigration Studies wrote in its report:

“It is also important to keep in mind that as the foreign-born population increases in size, it makes it less likely it will grow unless ever more people are entering. This is because a larger immigrant population means there is a larger pool of people from which emigration can occur.”

As more and more people come to the U.S., the population that is foreign born will likely increase as well. As people come to live in the U.S., more of their family members are likely to do so in the future, whether legally or illegally.

According to the study, if the same trend continues, by September of 2023, roughly 15% of the total population in the United States will be born in another country.

In 2021, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported that there were 1.2 million apprehensions at the southern border with Mexico. For the first four months of this year, through April, there were nearly 585,000 apprehensions, according to CPB data.

Since Biden took office, there has been a massive and continued surge of migrants at the southern border. Much of that is due to his administration’s lax stance to immigration, especially compared to the Trump administration.

Biden has made a number of moves that made it easier for migrants to come to the U.S., including doing away with the Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy. He’s also put a pause on deportations and has tried to completely do away with Title 42.

Almost immediately after taking office, Biden stopped construction of the southern border wall that Trump started. That was an obvious sign to people who wanted to come here that the doors would be open for them to do so.

It should be no surprise, then, that a catastrophe at the U.S. southern border has taken place under Biden. And while the administration has said it’s doing its best to counter that, nothing has been done to that end at all.