Busloads of illegals are being dropped off every single day at the airport in Phoenix so they can be flown to destinations all over the country.
According to reports, between 200 and 300 are dropped off daily after they’ve been processed by the Biden administration at the border.
Here’s more via Fox 10 Phoenix:
Among the travelers heading home for the holidays at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport are people escaping violence, poverty and persecution.
Now, they’re catching a new flight to possibly start a new life.
The number of people illegally crossing the southern border into Arizona continues to grow, and many of them are being bused daily to the Phoenix airport, where they are then sent to destinations across the country.
Airport officials say they see between 200 and 300 migrants every day, dropped off by the busload from border officials or NGOs from Yuma.
One man who traveled from Cuba is hoping to get to Miami. When asked why he made the dangerous journey to the U.S., he said, “Like all Cubans, it’s the American dream.”
Another family said that once they crossed into Yuma, they were processed by immigration in under 24 hours. Next thing they knew, they were on a bus to Sky Harbor.
Southwest Airlines handed them their ticket to Tampa, but it’s not until tomorrow. They’re spending the night in Phoenix.
As crossings continue to rise, these busloads will become more frequent. But some migrants are not prepared to travel when they’re dropped off, leaving it up to airport employees to navigate booking flights and finding out ways to pay for them.
Many that arrived on Thursday spoke Spanish, Russian and Portuguese. Staff said it can be stressful, especially when there’s a language barrier.
If migrants cannot get a flight to friends of family, organizations like the International Rescue Committee can pick them up and provide resources.
The IRC says they have just days to find a U.S. based sponsor and family member who can support them while their asylum case is being considered.
For now, those released will now join a backlog of asylum cases in immigration courts, where wait times are just under five years.
Mark Levin tweeted about this today, saying the “Biden Administration sending untold millions numbers of aliens throughout the country with zero transparency and violating federal immigration laws.”
But then he looked at it from a different take: “Meanwhile, McConnell is helping them pass their budget priorities without using and leverage to stop this and a few boneheads in the House are preventing the GOP majority from taking over the reins of power and running committee investigations.”
I know none of this is new, per se, but McConnell helping Biden do all of this via their omnibus budget is still the worst thing I’ve seen him do in a long time. It truly is a betrayal.