Biden administration confirms facilitating SECRET MIGRANT FLIGHTS that allowed over 320,000 illegals to enter the U.S. through airports
By Richard Brown // Mar 08, 2024

The administration of President Joe Biden has acknowledged that it has facilitated secret flights that allowed hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants to enter the United States after being turned away at the southern border, raising concerns about national security and government transparency.

According to information obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit first reported by Todd Bensman, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has found that the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) approved discreet flights transporting hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants from foreign countries to at least 43 American airports between January and December 2023.

This covert operation was part of the expansion of the CBP One app, initiated at the beginning of the previous year, which allowed migrants to apply for asylum from their home countries using a smartphone app.

However, the less publicized aspect of this expansion involved directly transporting migrants into the U.S., raising questions about the Biden administration's immigration policies.

Under the CBP One app, individuals who cannot legally enter the U.S. use the platform to apply for travel authorization and temporary humanitarian release from foreign airports. This parole release allows migrants to stay in America for two years without obtaining legal status, with the added benefit of being eligible for work authorizations. (Related: Illegal migrants camp at U.S. airports; MA Governor Healey pleads for Washington and Congress to act on the crisis.)

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The Biden administration initially refused to disclose the specific airports where these undocumented aliens were transported, citing a "law enforcement exception." But details from the CIS lawsuit revealed that the true reasoning for keeping the specific airports secret is driven by concerns that revealing the locations could lead to potential harm to migrants caused by so-called "bad actors."

CBP lawyers further argued that disclosing airport locations might provide insights into the number of arrivals and resources expended at particular airports, thereby creating operational vulnerabilities exploited by those seeking to undermine CBP's law enforcement efforts.

Use of the CBP One app has allowed for the near-undetected arrival by air of over 320,000 illegal immigrants with no legal rights to enter the United States. The CIS challenged the secrecy surrounding these flights as "legally dubious," and suggested that the program's continuation may be unlawful given the CBP's reluctance to be transparent about where these flights are landing.

All that is known is that eligible applicants for the CBP One parole program can come from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, Venezuela as well as from Ukraine. People from Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are also eligible for the family reunification parole program provided that they have relatives already in the United States.

Republicans slam Biden administration for weakening border security

Critics of the secretive migrant flight program contend that this contributes to the porous nature of the southern border and have called for increased security protocols to close the loopholes that allow migrants to enter illegally.

"Not only is Joe Biden ignoring his border crisis, he's faciitating it with taxpayer dollars," said Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY). This is an assault on our national security and American safety."

Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) argued that the program is "not legal," as CBP claims, and that lawmakers did not know about it before now.

"Calculate the cost of a plane ticket, even with a frequent flyer discount, of what that just cost the U.S. You can't even make up this stuff," said Braun.

Watch this Fox Business clip featuring Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) reacting to the Supreme Court's decision to temporarily block a state law in Texas that allows state authorities to arrest and deport illegal immigrants.

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