The unaccompanied children “typically arrive carrying backpacks and are bused to locations including The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, upstate Newburgh and Bridgeport and Danbury in Connecticut.”
The New York Post reported that Biden’s administration is flying migrants to New York state in the middle of the night:
The charter flights originate in Texas, where the ongoing border crisis has overwhelmed local immigration officials, and have been underway since at least August, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Last week, The Post saw two planes land at the Westchester County Airport, where most of the passengers who got off appeared to be children and teens, with a small portion appearing to be men in their 20s.
Westchester County cops stood by as the passengers — whose flights arrived at 10:49 p.m. Wednesday and 9:52 p.m. Friday — got off and piled into buses.
Some of them were later seen meeting up with relatives or sponsors in New Jersey, or being dropped off at a residential facility on Long Island.
The Post discovered that 21 flights have brought in “around 2,000 migrants” to the “airport outside White Plains” since August 8.
They all came in between midnight and 6:30 AM ET. Two arrived from Houston at 2:13 AM ET and 4:29 AM ET on August 20.
The migrants include unaccompanied children:
A source familiar with the operation at the Westchester airport said the underage migrants typically arrive carrying backpacks and are bused to locations including The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, upstate Newburgh and Bridgeport and Danbury in Connecticut.
Around 12:30 a.m. Saturday, it stopped in Syosset, Long Island, at the campus of MercyFirst, a nonprofit sponsored by the Catholic Sisters of Mercy that provides housing and services for “children and adolescents who are the victims of societal problems,” according to its website.
On Friday night, one bus left the Westchester airport and barreled down the Hutchinson River Parkway — which is off-limits to commercial vehicles — at speeds greater than 75 mph before crossing the Throgs Neck Bridge.
MercyFirst has a contract to supply the federal government with residential services for “immigrant youth,” according to the site.
The Post also saw flights arriving at Jacksonville International Airport in Florida. The cops watched as 10 to 15 people with the same hats and duffel bags loaded a charter bus.
The bus took the migrants to “the Twin Oaks Academy, a juvenile detention center in the Apalachicola National Forest near Tallahassee, where staffers were waiting to open a gate topped with barbed wire.”DONATE
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