Biden Providing Free Airfare To Illegals Entering The US

Joe Biden is working with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to provide free air transportation on commercial airlines for illegal aliens into the United States. Waivers are also being provided to allow the illegals to skip past ordinary airport security measures that apply to ordinary American citizens.

Highly connected and influential NGOs that favor open borders policies have helped gain security waivers from the Biden administration, conditioned only on illegals’ promise to voluntarily check in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities (ICE).

Rep. Lance Gooden (R-TX) has obtained documents showing that publicly funded NGOs like Jewish Family Services and others are helping to provide free air transportation to illegals who then are allowed to bypass ordinary security.

The reporting describes one situation where a Honduran traveled to Mexico to enter the U.S. at California’s San Ysidro immigration center. While the illegal migrant was in ICE custody, he received travel assistance from a Jewish Family Services contact. The assistance included a free room at a luxury hotel in San Diego and a free ticket for a flight on United Airlines to Louisiana, which was the destination the illegal said he preferred.

Illegals are being provided with pre-prepared letters addressed to TSA personnel stating that the person holding the letter has been discharged from an immigration detention facility now needs to travel inside the U.S. to report for an “ICE check-in approximately two weeks from now.” The letter goes on to tell TSA that the person with the letter is displaying “all of their identifications in their possession” and advising that they should be allowed entry when cleared.

Last week, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said that “the administration expects more than two million illegals will have arrived at the southern border with Mexico in 2021 by the end of the year.” He did not release several illegals who have gone on to enter the interior of the U.S. without supervision. Government estimates indicate as many as 600,000 have been removed, with the actual number remaining unknown.