Biden Has Flown Thousands Of Illegal Immigrants Into US

With illegal immigration on the rise across America, a recent report showed that President Joe Biden has secretly flown thousands of illegal immigrants from Latin American airports to cities across the U.S.

The scheme involved transporting more than 320,000 illegal immigrants that the Biden administration calls “inadmissible.”

Despite facing legal action from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has refused to disclose the 43 airports where illegal immigrants are arriving.

“While large immigrant-receiving cities and media lay blame for the influx on Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbot’s busing program, CBP has withheld from the Center — and apparently will not disclose — the names of the 43 U.S. airports that have received 320,000 inadmissible aliens from January through December 2023,” CIS wrote.

CIS added that the agency has not revealed the names of the foreign airports from which the illegal immigrants departed.

The organization is now investigating the Biden administration’s claims that it’s hiding the names of the cities amid concerns that “bad actors” might “undermine law enforcement efforts to search the United States border.”

CIS’s investigation centers around Biden’s plan to allow illegal immigrants to use an online application to gain access to the U.S. without having to travel through Mexico.

“The program at the center of the FOIA litigation is perhaps the most enigmatic and least-known of the Biden administration’s uses of the CBP One cellphone scheduling app, even though it is responsible for almost invisibly importing by air 320,000 aliens with no legal right to enter the United States since it got underway in late 2022,” CIS’ report states.

“Under these legally dubious parole programs, aliens who cannot legally enter the country use the CBP One app to apply for travel authorization and temporary humanitarian release from those airports. The parole program allows for two-year periods of legal status during which adults are eligible for work authorization,” it adds.

The report’s author, Todd Bensman, explained that after receiving approval from Washington, D.C., illegal immigrants then purchase airline tickets to U.S. international airports. Upon arrival, they are processed by CBP.