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Joe Biden Uses ‘Secretive Flights’ to Import 320,000 Illegal Aliens to U.S.

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Correction Notice: This article has been updated to clarify that flights for illegal immigrants into the U.S. are not secretive or covert, but publicly disclosed. A fact-check from the Associated Press confirmed that “each month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection discloses how many people from these four countries were allowed to enter the country. On Jan. 26, the agency reported 327,000 were vetted and authorized for travel. There were more than 67,000 Cubans, 126,000 Haitians, 53,000 Nicaraguans and 81,000 Venezuelans.” You can read more here.


President Joe Biden is running a secretive flights program to bring hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens to the US annually.

Records obtained through a FOIA lawsuit reveal that DHS brought in 320,000 illegal aliens last year using the flight component of Biden’s “CBP One” mobile app.

The app has facilitated the scheduling of appointments for around 465,000 illegal aliens at the US-Mexico border for release into the US interior.

The program has flown additional illegal aliens into 43 American airports, but the specific airports remain undisclosed due to security concerns.

Reps. Jim Jordan and Tom McClintock have requested a numerical breakdown of released illegal aliens, but DHS Secretary Mayorkas has not complied.

The CBO estimates that from January 2021 to December 2023, 6.2 million illegal aliens were welcomed to the US under Biden’s administration, nearly double the annual American birth rate.

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