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Old 04-09-2024, 02:30 PM
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is vowing to fight back against what he says is the Biden administration's unlawful use of parole authority to allow illegal migrants to fly into the U.S. in the tens of thousands each month as a new report finds Miami is a top destination for migrants on those flights.

"It’s an illegal program. They’re bringing people in who don’t have a right to be in this country from foreign countries," DeSantis said on Wednesday.


"His administration highlighted a study by the Center for Immigration Studies, which, using Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data, reported that migrants admitted to the U.S. via the parole program for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans (CHNV) were overwhelmingly flying to Miami. The study found that more than 326,000 migrants have arrived so far via Miami."

Originally Posted by Corrie22 View Post
“It is secret because they’re not telling anybody. They don’t tell us anytime somebody comes in,” Florida Gov. DeSantis (R) said in April. “They don’t give us any information on it. They are not coordinating with state government at all. If they throw six people on a commercial flight coming from a foreign country, there’s no acknowledgement at all to state or local authorities. That’s just a fact.”

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Old 04-09-2024, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Ghaati View Post
Third, it's not secret. US Customs reports the number coming in EVERY MONTH.
post the entire link, don't selectively edit out the part that applies to this thread >

"U.S. Customs and Border Protection each month publishes the number of migrants admitted under the program by nationality. This information is available on its website and in press releases. It does not list arriving airports."

"The Center for Immigration Studies article says CBP approved flights that brought 320,000 to the United States last year. The author, Todd Bensman, learned they came to 43 airports but the government refused to divulge which ones, citing an exemption under the Freedom of Information Act for law enforcement-sensitive information."

the secret is what airports, how many people, who they are....criminals??

you guys are trying to claim it's some secret program.....to deflect

no one has claimed it's a secret program

....the secret is what airports are they flying them to....and how many

over 300,000 dumped into Miami....no one advised ahead of time....no one told when, where, or how many

much less who they are...criminal records, etc


327,000 is the number US Customs is reporting......326,000...almost all.....drop shipped and dumped in Miami

..no warning, no paper trail, no accountability

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