Never-Before-Seen Statistics Show Illegal Aliens Commit Crime at Shockingly High Rate

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Illegal aliens comprise about 7% of the population, yet they commit 22% of all federal murder convictions, 18% of fraud convictions, 33% of money-laundering convictions, 29% of drug-trafficking convictions and 72% of convictions for drug possession. -GEG

Carlson kicked off the segment by walking through the Democrats’ textbook argument for illegal immigration, recounting how liberals claim non-citizens commit less crime than U.S. citizens.

“They are your moral superiors,” mocked Carlson.

The Fox News host then listed off the deeply concerning statistics:

“According to statistics from the U.S. Sentencing Commission, non-citizens are actually far more likely to commit serious crimes than Americans are,” said Carlson.

“Non-citizens account for 22 percent, more than a fifth of all federal murder convictions.”

“18 percent of fraud convictions.”

“33 percent of money laundering convictions,” added Carlson.

“29 percent of drug trafficking convictions and 72 percent of convictions for drug possession.”

“Meanwhile, the non-citizen percentage of the American people? About 7 percent.”

Summing up the newly released statistics, the Fox News host said this is a ‘massively disproportionate,’ amount of crime committed by illegal aliens.

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