Saturday, March 16, 2024

Biden Admin Secretly Flew in 320,000 'inadmissible' Illegal Migrants — Admits Operation Creates 'vulnerabilities': Report; Biden Admin ADMITS Flying 320,000 Migrants Secretly into the U.S. to Reduce the Number of Crossings at the Border has National Security 'vulnerabilities'; DHS Won't Say Which Airports are Receiving Inadmissible Aliens from Abroad

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Biden admin secretly flew in 320,000 'inadmissible' illegal migrants — admits operation creates 'vulnerabilities': Report
The Biden administration secretly flew 320,000 "inadmissible" illegal migrants into the United States last year, according to a Center for Immigration Studies Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, the nonprofit think tank's senior national security fellow, Todd Bensman, reported Monday.
The lawsuit revealed that Customs and Border Protection approved flights that brought hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants to 43 airports in the United States from January through December 2023. All of the individuals were preapproved on the CBP's cellphone app, CBP One.
Citizens of Cuba, Haiti, Venezuela, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia, and Ecuador are eligible to apply for travel authorization through the mobile app from their home countries. The Biden administration rolled out the CBP One app as part of its "lawful pathways" strategy, reportedly designed to reduce the number of migrants illegally coming across the southern border.
Migrants who apply for travel authorization and temporary humanitarian release through the administration's app are then flown into the U.S. and placed on a parole program that grants them two years of legal status and work authorization eligibility.
The administration initially refused to disclose the number of the 43 U.S. airports that received the illegal migrants, citing a "law enforcement exception," according to Bensman's report. However, CIS' lawsuit revealed that the federal government is withholding the information over fears it could expose "vulnerabilities" caused by the program.
"The Biden administration's legally dubious program to fly inadmissible aliens over the border and directly to U.S. airports has allegedly created law enforcement vulnerabilities too grave to release publicly, lest 'bad actors' take advantage of them to inflict harm on public safety," the nonprofit stated. --->READ MORE HERE
Biden administration ADMITS flying 320,000 migrants secretly into the U.S. to reduce the number of crossings at the border has national security 'vulnerabilities':
Joe Biden's administration has admitted transporting migrants on secret flights into the U.S. and lawyers for its immigration agencies claim revealing the locations could create national security 'vulnerabilities'.
Customs and Border Protection has refused to disclose crucial information about a program last year arranging flights for thousands of undocumented immigrants from foreign airports directly to U.S. cities.
It means that while record numbers of migrants were flowing over the southern border last year, the Biden White House was also directly transporting them into the country.
Use of a cell phone app has allowed for the near undetected arrival by air of 320,000 aliens with no legal rights to enter the United States.
It comes after a controversy over a 2022 transportation program in which the administration used taxpayers money to move migrants throughout the country on overnight flights.
Included in details of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit first reported by Todd Bensman, the Center for Immigration Studies found Biden's CBP approved the latest secretive flights that transported hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants from foreign countries into at least 43 different American airports from January through December 2023.
The program was part of Biden's expansion of the CBP One app, which kicked off at the start of last year.
Migrants were able, under Biden's expansion, to apply for asylum using the app from their home countries.
But the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) notes that the transportation of these migrants directly to the U.S. is one of the lesser known uses of the app.
Aliens who cannot legally enter the U.S. use CBP One to apply for travel authorization and temporary humanitarian release from those airports. ---> READ MORE HERE
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+++++Government Admission: Biden Parole Flights Create Security ‘Vulnerabilities’ at U.S. Airports: DHS won't say which airports are receiving inadmissible aliens from abroad+++++

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