A non-governmental organization (NGO) started by former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama is joining forces with American Express Global Business Travel and Miles4Migrants with a plan to fly migrants into the United States.
Real America’s Voice covered the news, reporting that the NGO plans on bringing in illegal aliens from Cuba, Venezuela, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Ukraine. In the same report, network host Ben Bergquam stated that at least 6 million illegal migrants have flooded into the U.S. since the beginning of the Biden administration.
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Welcome.US, an NGO funded by a myriad of multinational corporations, was first formed to assist the Biden administration in shipping about 85,000 Afghans around the U.S. in 2021 and 2022.
At the time, the NGO proclaimed that the former presidents along with Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama were presented as honorary co-chairs meant “to lift up everyone else involved and remind us that this is our opportunity, in a time of all too much division, for common purpose,” according to CBS News.
Breitbart News reported that Welcome.US receives support from the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, which reportedly is tied to the controversial leftist billionaire George Soros. It also found that the NFO assisted in flying almost 20,000 Afghans to various parts of the U.S., using millions of dollars received from donations and backed by corporate giants such as Walmart, Airbnb, the New York Times, the Business Roundtable, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Starbucks, the Washington Post, Goldman Sachs, Goodwill Industries, Microsoft, and Chobani.
A website belonging to Miles4Migrants discusses its partnership with Welcome.Us and American Express Global Business Travel, saying it will assist in its goal to make travel to the U.S. more attainable for migrants from numerous Latin American nations as well as Haiti and Ukraine.
Welcome.Us’s website notably essentially encourages illegal immigration, as it asks for donations in order to help aliens from foreign nations secure a flight to, as the organization describes it, “their new communities.”
“Those forced to flee often leave behind all but what they can carry, and the costs of international travel can be prohibitive,” reads the webpage. “Welcome Connect Travel removes the cost of travel as a barrier for both sponsors in the United States and the displaced families they are supporting through humanitarian sponsorship.”
Around five million people have illegally crossed over into the U.S. since Biden first assumed the White House, according to numbers shared by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI).