As America declines under President Joe Biden, Americans and migrants across the country are fleeing the U.S. in search of a better country, economically and educationally.
Since Biden took office, the U.S. has been embroiled in an immigration crisis, with over 6 million illegal immigrants crossing the southern border. Not only that, but the country’s economy has greatly diminished because of the Biden administration’s irrational policies.
As of today, the party in charge spends more time spreading ideological misinformation in schools instead of combatting the issues that Americans face every day. The U.S. educational system has become too expensive and useless, with leftist teachers lecturing students on gender ideology and the LGBT community instead of arithmetic, science, reading, and social studies.
Now, some of the individuals who fled communism in search of a better life in America are fleeing because of the U.S.’s grave state.
Democrat-run Chicago has become so unpleasant that illegal migrants are now LEAVING to go back to Venezuela.
20,700 illegal migrants have arrived in Chicago within the last year, but now many of them are leaving to head back to their home countries.
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One of the many cases surrounding the exodus of people leaving the U.S. under Biden’s tenure is Andrea Carolina Sevilla’s parents, who crossed the southern border in July 2023 and made their way to Chicago from Venezuela.
The reason Sevilla’s parents came to America was to secure an education for their daughter, one free from Marxist ideologies and indoctrination.
Chicago, to say the least, was anything but what the Sevilla family imagined it’d be like before reaching The Windy City.
“The family went from sleeping on the floor of a police station to a crowded shelter to a house on the Far South Side, and then back to the floor of the police station after her stepfather Michael Castejon, 39, couldn’t afford the rent. He could not find a job that paid enough without a work permit, he said,” as reported by Yahoo News.
The inability of Sevilla’s father to find work, along with the state of the educational system in Chicago, paved the way for the family to travel back to Venezuela, a country rife with poverty, on Nov. 3, 2023.
Since October 2023, at least 40 people, including Sevilla’s family, departed The Windy City with the help of Catholic Charities of Chicago.
“The American Dream doesn’t exist anymore,” Castejon said. “There’s nothing here for us,”