More secret migrant flights, why is Biden keeping this off the books?

Another suspected migrant flight landed in White Plains late Tuesday night, the fifth such flight in the past six days.

iAero Airlines flight WQ491 from El Paso, Texas via Jacksonville, Florida landed at 10:33 p.m
The same iAero plane shuttled back and forth between El Paso and New York over Easter weekend. It landed at 11:33 p.m. on Saturday. It landed at 10:17 p.m. on Monday

Without The Post, the public wouldn’t know about it Biden government chartersspreading across the country every night, bringing illegal migrants from the southern border into unsuspecting communities.

After a lull late last year, “charter flights have come back with fury” in recent weeks, says a whistleblower from Avelo Airlines, one of three charter airlines raking in millions in taxpayers’ money and keeping migrants out of sight.

The whistleblower says staff are concerned about the secrecy of the operation and the prospect of being involved in a human trafficking operation.

“The charters are not on our papers, not on that [air-traffic] Breakdown, not in the timetable, not in the flight plan. They are not listed anywhere.”

The journey for illegal migrants through Mexico to the US border is facilitated by people-smuggling cartels, but the inland flights provided by the Biden administration are only the latest leg of this human-trafficking operation.

Many illegal immigrants have been given the opportunity to leave their countries with the help of the Biden administration.
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Air employees’ fears

Avelo employees have begun openly discussing concerns that they may be involved in human trafficking, the whistleblower says, especially with so many unaccompanied minors on flights.

“We deal with children,” says the whistleblower. “I don’t want that to happen. . .
“The company says that’s not true, but people don’t believe it and everyone wants to leave. People stay for three months and then leave.”

Ironically, Avelo employees were ordered Wednesday to watch a mandatory FAA training video on human trafficking, the second such video since December.

She says both videos instructed staff to look out for warning signs, like “when a child doesn’t seem happy with the person they’re with, or they don’t know their birthday or their parents.” We need to ask or see and report anything suspicious. But on charter flights we don’t see who’s coming or going.”

migrant flights
Five migrant flights landed in the United States in six days.
Christopher Sadowski

Avelo’s aircraft are based at Hollywood Burbank Airport in California, but shuttle back and forth between El Paso, Texas and East Coast airports, usually via Florida.

“Why do planes fly from the west coast to the east coast? Something is wrong,” the whistleblower said.

For an ultra-low-cost airline with just six planes, she says she has 80 pilots on her books, with salaries of $200,000 plus $20,000 in bonuses. She claims the charters are worth $21,000 an hour, up to a $60,000 cap, though her information is still unconfirmed.

Three Avelo planes were out of service in Burbank on Tuesday due to mechanical problems, she said, and passengers on Avelo’s standard flights were bumped. But Charter went ahead.

An Avalo Airlines flight
The charter bus carried immigrants from the Mexico border to White Plains, NY on April 14, 2022.
Christopher Sadowski

An email to Greg Baden, Avelo’s Chief Operating Officer, went unanswered before publication yesterday afternoon.

The migrant planes should arrive more frequently, with numbers at the southern border expected to quadruple next month if the last ones remain Border restriction is nixed: related to the pandemic Title 42which allowed the expulsion of migrants on public health grounds.

The Post has monitored nearly a dozen migrant flights to White Plains and Jacksonville, Fla., seeing planes land in the middle of the night, photographing migrants boarding charter buses, and then attempting to follow the buses to their destinations.

Following a bus last Thursday, Post photographer Christopher Sadowski traveled 130 miles south to the Walt Whitman Service Area in Cherry Hill, NJ, just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, where he arrived around 12:45 a.m. on Good Friday. There he spat out teenagers who were picked up by adults waiting to meet them before the bus headed to unknown destinations.

The long journey down the road begs the question: Why didn’t the Biden administration just fly the migrants to Philadelphia instead of wasting money busing them down from White Plains?

Migrants were greeted in DC with clothing and supplies by a Catholic church.
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Demand answers!

The White House, Customs and Border Protection, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services – which operates the flights for unaccompanied minors – have repeatedly refused to respond to Postal requests.

When Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas appears before Congress next week, Republicans should demand answers instead of his usual excuses.

But one private individual, an avid plane-spotter, has decided to take matters into his own hands, spending the last six months compiling a national database of suspected migrant flights, which he published this week on Substack under the pseudonym “SocraticPatriot.”

“Based on the information I uncovered, there is a systematic plan in place to relocate hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of migrants, often under cover of darkness, to multiple states across the country,” says the data miner, who wished to remain anonymous.

US Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas speaks during a news conference for the Ministerial Conference on Migration and Protection in Panama City, April 20, 2022.
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In the absence of transparency from the Biden administration, the patterns discernible from the flight data paint a devastating picture of official deception and harm to the American people.

More than 2.5 million illegal migrants entered the United States since Joe Biden took office. According to CBP, 42 people were on the terror watch list.
But when asked about these suspected terrorists, White House press secretary Jen Psaki dismissed the question, saying they represent a tiny fraction of all illegal border workers.
What a relief.

On Wednesday, she told reporters the immigration system was “broken”.
Yes it is, but it was Joe Biden who broke it.

Hunter’s old friend the ‘fall guy’

Hunter Biden’s former best friend Devon Archer was given a last-minute grace period before his deadline next week to surrender to authorities and begin his prison sentence.

Devon Archer
Devon Archer, a former friend of the Biden family, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison for conspiracy and securities fraud.
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The first son’s longtime business partner was awarded a stay by Manhattan federal judge Ronnie Abrams from the one-year and one-day sentence she imposed on Feb. 28 pending his appeal of a 2018 jury finding for his role in a $60 billion Dollar securities fraud related Burnham Financial Groupwho was involved in the settlement.

Archer’s six-year legal history appears to be stretching for years to come. But since the spotlight is focused on Hunter Biden’s dealings, the case is looking increasingly odd in the Southern District of New York. It may be time to reevaluate Archer’s role in the Burnham plan and the role politics played in its downfall.

From all appearances, he appears to be the scapegoat who was swindled by his co-defendants out of his own money, which he invested in the failed financial services firm.

Hunter Biden
Hunter Biden was Archer’s 50-50 partner at Burnham Financial Group.

Blinded by his alliance with the powerful Bidens and frequent visits and golfs with the then-vice president, he paid the political price. Like everyone associated with Hunter, his life has been ruined.

And the middle-class Long Islander native doesn’t have a father who’s a billionaire or a president who could bail him out of trouble.

Prosecutors accepted that Archer made no money from Burnham and in fact lost $800,000.

Hunter was vice chairman of Burnham and a 50-50 partner with Archer at Rosemont Seneca, through whose accounts $15 million in suspect bond proceeds were funneled.

He was never charged or charged with wrongdoing by prosecutors in this case.

But unlike Archer, he actually made money from the company, according to an email discovered on his laptop documenting his 2015 tax liabilities.

The January 16, 2017 email was sent to Hunter Biden by Eric Scherwin, then President of Rosemont Seneca. Scherwin listed Hunter’s “higher earnings in 2015,” noting that he “raised $166,666 from Burnham in 2015.

The evidence really suggests that both are the case Archer and Hunter were ripped off. Judge Abrams initially overturned Archer’s conviction and stated in her verdict a total of six times that the court believed in his innocence.

Archer’s attorney, Matthew Schwartz, said: “It is unfortunate that the judge, who previously expressed concern that Mr Archer was innocent of the alleged crimes and reiterated that belief in sentencing, felt that she was compelled to provide evidence based on her independent assessment.”

Strangely, even after his conviction was restored on appeal, Abrams urged Archer to maintain his “innocence” during his sentencing hearing. Something stinks. More secret migrant flights, why is Biden keeping this off the books?


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