With secrets, lies and cries of ‘racism,' Biden covers up huge influx of illegal migrants

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President Biden is endangering his country by sending undocumented immigrants with criminal records into communities. AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

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Last summer I was notified of secret overnight flights coming into Westchester County Airport that were transporting thousands of illegal immigrants apprehended at the southern border. Having overseen the airport during my tenure as county executive, I knew that flights arriving after midnight are not allowed so I started asking questions publicly.

Who are on these planes? Have they been vetted and COVID tested? How many flights so far and how many more are scheduled? Where are these illegal immigrants being placed and who is paying for all this? Have background checks been done, especially on the adults?

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What happened next was entirely predictable. I and other local residents were called “racist” and “xenophobic” simply for asking questions. Seemingly, neither the current county executive nor the governor cared or had any interest in knowing what was happening in their jurisdiction.

We ignored the taunts and continued to demand answers.

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Finally, we were told that these were only unaccompanied minors and they were not being resettled locally. That was a lie. I eventually learned that the flights began in April and grew more frequent with larger planes by summer. I personally witnessed and videotaped dozens of adult male migrants boarding charter buses and being dropped off to waiting cars at a nearby Costco parking lot.

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Undocumented immigrants are escorted into charter buses after arriving at Westchester County airport on Oct. 15, 2021.

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And New York Post journalist Miranda Devine’s investigation found that many of the undocumented individuals were indeed being resettled throughout Westchester, Long Island and the other New York suburbs.

Recently we secured police body-camera footage from the tarmac after one of the flights. A government contractor is seen on the recording telling a county police sergeant that Homeland Security wants the flights from the border “on the down-low. … Everything is supposed to be hush-hush.”

At the end of the video, another government contractor says to the officer that if this operation got out it would be “the government betraying the American people.”
Our government is lying to us. When we ask questions, they dismiss us, gaslight us and call us bigots.

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The New York Post exposed the Biden administration’s deployments of undocumented immigrants onto Westchester County Airport.

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The mainstream media needs to do a better job of holding the government accountable.

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Sound familiar? I’m sure it does to millions of us parents who dared to question prolonged school closures, mask mandates or school curriculum. These moms and dads were labeled fanatics, extremists and even worse — domestic terrorists.

I’m sure it sounds familiar to families of police officers and the general public who are dismissed for questioning the soft-on-crime policies like “no-cash bail” here in New York, failure of district attorneys to prosecute crime, moves to “defund the police” and emptying our prisons.

And it’s familiar to people concerned about reports of 9,000 undocumented immigrants being waved through into our country every day. Are we supposed to just accept this? I don’t blame people wanting to come to America. I blame government for failing to defend this country’s borders and enforce our laws.

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Federal contractors admitted the Biden administration was “betraying the American people,” while delivering more undocumented immigrants into Westchester County Airport.

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Democrat Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg has failed to prosecute career criminals.

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The Biden administration refuses to disclose all the details on its secret night flights.

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Unfortunately, it isn’t just our government lying to us and calling us racists. The mainstream media are doing it as well. They should be the ones demanding answers on behalf of the public. They should be holding the powerful accountable instead of holding regular citizens in contempt. However, the mainstream media have either ignored these issues or parroted the talking points of the left.

At first, the strategy to silence people with defamation and condemnation may have worked, but the situation with our government is so out of control that people are starting to rise up and speak out. We aren’t taking it anymore.

We want to be heard. We want answers. We want normalcy and safety for our families and communities. We want respect. If the public continues to be dismissed and ignored, the uprising will be swift and strongly felt at the ballot box in November.

Rob Astorino is a Republican candidate for New York governor and served as Westchester County Executive from 2010 to 2017. Twitter: @robastorino

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