If you think President Joe Biden's handling of the immigration crisis couldn't possibly get any worse, think again.
Not only is it getting worse, but it's also getting so expensive that the numbers are mind-boggling. According to an exclusive Daily Caller report, through documents, it was revealed that the Biden administration has repeatedly flown migrants from America's northern border to its southern border to expel them under Title 42.
With everything happening at America's southern border, it's easy to forget that people are still attempting to illegally cross the northern border -- to the tune of an 846% increase in apprehensions at the southern border.
As it turns out, the flights to the southern border from up north, carried out by World Atlantic Airlines, are astonishingly expensive, to the tune of up to $200,000 per flight.
And that's $200,000 taxpayer dollars per flight.
The flights, which are operated by contractor World Atlantic Airlines, also began with a program to move Border Patrol agents from the U.S.-Mexico border to the Canadian border to help with the surge.https://t.co/Owy5GxQhjP
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The Daily Caller added:
The flights, which are operated by contractor World Atlantic Airlines, also began with a program to move Border Patrol agents from the U.S.-Mexico border to the Canadian border to help with the surge, a U.S. government official familiar with the matter, who requested anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak, told the DCNF.
The most recent migrant flight, last Tuesday, was a plane full of Mexican migrants who tried to enter the United States through Canada.
How is that possible? Because Mexican nationals are not required to show paperwork to fly to Canada. Big surprise.
Now Canada is becoming a popular destination for migrants with the ability to fly into Canada.
In addition, with the surge of all available manpower resources having been filtered to the southern border, America's northern border is wide open, and is nothing less than a grave national security concern to say the very least.
The DC noted: "U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the northern border encountered more than 68,000 migrants between October 2022 and February 2023 and roughly 109,000 in fiscal year 2022, according to agency statistics."
Not surprisingly, the outlet noted that the Department of Homeland Security didn't respond to comment on the development.
It's unclear when the flights will end, but Americans should demand it.