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‘Human Smuggling Operation’: DeSantis Pushes Back on Biden’s Secret Migrant Flights.

Chaos from the Border Now Spilling Over into Neighborhoods Large and Small.

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Key Points

  • The Biden Administration has been flying migrants from the border to neighborhoods all over the country.
  • More than 70 flights have landed in Jacksonville, Fl —and Gov. DeSantis is fighting back.
  • DeSantis has allocated $8 million dollars to remove illegal immigrants that arrived via ‘Biden Air.’

President Biden’s border policy is a mess. Or worse yet —there is no policy. By year’s end, an estimated 2 million migrants will have been arrested for attempting to illegally cross the southern border. That’s five times the population of Cleavland.

…and the Biden administration deported less than 10% of them.

According to the Center for Immigration Studies, interior deportations fell by 90% during Biden’s first five months in office. The Biden administration is on track to deport as little as 62,000 migrants (Trump deported nearly 270,000 in 2019). So where are all the migrants going?

All over the country, as it turns out. Usually in secret, usually in the middle of the night. More than 70 flights have been chartered form the border to Jacksonville, Florida alone —Governor Ron DeSantis is finally pushing back, calling the Biden flights a “human smuggling operation.”

“The border is obviously a disaster and some people say, ‘Well, that’s a problem for Texas or Arizona.’ Well, actually, the Biden administration puts people on planes and flies them into Florida in the wee hours of the morning,” DeSantis says. “They’ve done over 70 flights in the last six months, dump people here. And we had—a few weeks ago—one of those people that Biden dumped, ended up committing a murder in northeast Florida.”

Desantis is referring to Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, a Honduran immigrant who posed as an unaccompanied minor and was flown to Florida on one of Biden’s secret flights.

“Ulloa was busted Oct. 7 in Jacksonville, Fla., where he was found covered in blood after allegedly killing Francisco Javier Cuellar, a 46-year-old father of four who’d taken in the immigrant, who claimed to be 17,” the New York Post reported at the time. “Police didn’t discover the truth until Oct. 13 — after he’d been sitting in a juvenile detention facility for almost a week. Border officials in Texas, where Ulloa entered months ago, bought his claim to be a teen named Reynel Alexander Hernandez, a fraud he admitted to his mother.”

Back in October, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, when questioned about the flights, said officials have a “legal responsibility to safely care for unaccompanied children until they … can be swiftly unified with a parent or a vetted sponsor.”

Question: whose responsibility is it to protect American citizens from being stabbed to death by illegal migrants posing as children at the border? Seems like it falls at the feet of the Biden administration no?

No. So Governors like Greg Abbott and Ron DeSantis have to take matters into their own hands.

“These are crimes that would not have happened but for Biden’s recklessness,” DeSantis tells Fox News. “So, our view is, if they’re going to be dumping, we want to be able to facilitate transfer to places like Delaware, and, so, we have $8 million in my new budget to be able to do that. We also look to these carriers that the federal government is contracting with, and we are going to pass legislation that says, ‘If you are facilitating Biden’s policies, which is effectively a mass human smuggling operation, you are not going to be able to do business with the state of Florida or other local governments.”

“And we are going to charge you restitution for each individual that you are bringing.”

It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it —because the Biden administration won’t.