Report Reveals Biden Is Relocating ‘Planeloads Of Underage Migrants’ All Under the Cover Of Darkness
According to a brand new report, President Joe Biden and his administration are hard at work secretly relocating mostly teenage migrants under the cover of darkness.
Because nothing about that seems shady at all, right?
A report from the New York Post has revealed that “planeloads of underage migrants are being flown secretly into suburban New York” as part of a plan from the Biden administration to move these children quietly.
Sources spoke with the Post, saying these flights, which originate from Texas, which is the location where the border crisis continues to unfold, has been going on since the very start of Biden’s term in office, and have been happening since August.
Specifically, the Post is reporting on flights that landed at the Westchester County Airport near White Plains, New York. The airport is less than one hour away from Midtown Manhattan. The migrants are reportedly being taken to Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and small towns in upstate New York and in neighboring Connecticut.
“A Post analysis of online flight-tracking data suggests that around 2,000 migrants nabbed after sneaking into the US from Mexico have arrived at the airport outside White Plains on 21 flights since Aug. 8,” the Post story said.
“Records show some of the planes touched down between midnight and 6:30 a.m. — when a voluntary curfew is in effect — with two arriving from Houston at 2:13 a.m. and 4:29 a.m. on Aug. 20,” the report added.
Data that has been supplied by the Customs and Border Protection agency shows that more than 112,000 unaccompanied minors came into the United States between the months of February and August.
When you combine that total with the number of kids who crossed over during Biden’s first 11 days as president along with the numbers from September, which have yet to be released, it’s likely there there has been around 125,000 unaccompanied kids that have come into the country since Biden became president.
To give you a little context, that’s just a little bit more than the 130,000 children, unaccompanied, that came into the country between October 2018 to January 2021.