REVEALED: Only 2% of illegal border crossers into Canada deported

A new conservative order paper question shows us just how bad the illegal border crosser crisis is here in Canada.

It’s such chaos, the ministry responsible is having trouble providing all the data.

Trudeau opened his heart and Canadian’s wallets to the influx of illegal immigration with his infamous “Welcome to Canada” tweet made back in January 2017.

What resulted was a surge in illegal border crossing from the United States, as failed refugee and immigrant claimants threatened with removal from the United States sauntered into Canada to try their luck here. One problem: a person cannot claim refugee status from the United States as these illegal crossers are. It’s an abuse of the system to accept refugee claimants from what could arguably the freest and most prosperous society that has ever existed in all of humanity.

But that hasn’t stopped the Liberals from allowing a free-for-all to overtake the Canadian Border Services Agency, which is headed up by Ralph Goodale.

Saskatchewan Conservative MP David Anderson used an order paper question to assess the damage:

“With regard to individuals who have illegally or irregularly crossed the Canadian border, since January 1, 2016: {a) how many such Individuals have been subject to deportation or a removal order; and (b) of the individuals in (a), how many (i) remain in Canada, (ii) have been deported or removed from Canada?”

In response, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada claims to have no data prior to April 2017, replying “the requested data is unavailable prior to April 2017 due system limitations”, indicating the bureaucrats are unable to answer the full scope of the OPQ for the time frame requested.

In fact, the ministry cannot even retrieve data as far back as Trudeau’s obnoxious tweet, but did say, “All individuals who have crossed irregularly into Canada have been issued a removal order.”

Furthermore, according to Canadian Border Services Agency,

“If you are a refugee claimant, you will receive a conditional Removal Order. If your refugee claim is accepted, the Removal Order will not be enforced. If you become a permanent resident of Canada the Removal Order will be void. If your refugee claim is rejected, the Removal Order will then come into force. Once all avenues of recourse are exhausted, you must leave Canada immediately.”

However, there is no such thing as a refugee from Trump, no matter how much he hurts your feelings and threatens you with the enforcement of laws.

According to the order paper response, between April 2017 and May 2019, 42,170 people crossed the border illegally with 1,026 ordered deported and 526 ordered excluded.

Authorities have only managed to deport 866 of them – a 2% performance rate.

Would you keep your job if you had a 2% job performance rate? So why should Canada’s immigration minister, Ahmed Hussen?

If a country had a completely collapsed immigration system, would it look any different than what is happening here?