It’s a dark night at the airport, and the red-eye from Iraq to the United States is taxiing to the farthest side of the embarkation area. Maybe the lights are dim, but if you look closely you can make out the hunched figures of men coming down the gangway of the plane. A nearby bus quickly fills up and takes off, as mysteriously as the plane that had landed just minutes before.
That’s the story being told by Combat Veterans For Congress, which is alleging that the US is shipping refugees into international US airports through UPS airplanes to circumvent the vetting process.
If true, it would mean that innumerable thousands of unvetted and potentially dangerous refugees are coming to the United States with out any stringent oversight, besides the cursory glance of nervous plane captains and a few stewards.
Combat Veterans For Congress is alleging that Obama is shipping unvetted refugees into international airports through UPS shipping planes.
By clicking on the below listed link, you will be able to view a video explaining how UPS 757 Aircraft, retrofitted to carry passengers, have been landing late in the evenings, under the cover of darkness, on the far side of the US International Airports, where they unload bus-loads of Middle East and African Refugees, who do not go through the required Customs and Border Protection screening, then those refugees are driven out of the airport to locations unknown—we have been receiving reports from former pilots of those flights for over a year, whom opposed those flights and quit piloting them.
Source: Combat Veterans For Congress
To pull off such a scheme would take the cooperation of multiple government and private organizations. The Left-leaning mainstream media would never report any breech of silence or interview anyone claiming to have been a participant of the scheme. The possibility of such a government conspiracy is not beyond the realm of possibility, but without further investigation, the question remains open.
Last week the Pennsylvania Senate joined the battle against the covert importation of Syrian refugees into their state on chartered UPS jets.
This passage of Senate Resolution 248 is a rebuke to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf who said after the Paris Friday the 13th attacks that refugees fleeing war-torn Syria were welcome in Pennsylvania.
However, despite the Resolution passing by an overwhelming 37-to-13 margin, it is completely symbolic.
According to the Refugee Act of 1980 (Public Law 96-212), the states do not have the power to reject refugees because it is a federal law. The 1980 law raised the limit from 17,400 refugees admitted per year, up to 50,000 refugees, and provided “emergency procedures” for when the Attorney General determines that even higher numbers are needed.
However, a significant backlash is developing in the state against the huge influx of these undocumented refugees because of the future dangers they may represent.
Alert subscriber Ed S. sent me a link to a syndicated radio show that ran yesterday called the JJ McCartney Show. The host interviewed Pennsylvania State Constable Mark Kohan.
In Pennsylvania, state constables are like US Marshalls in the federal system; they can arrest anywhere in the state. But they are elected to 6-year terms.
Constable Kohan confirmed that undocumented refugees were being flown into his state covertly on chartered UPS flights:
“They have been coming in at night – the wee hours of the night – on UPS planes.
“A week and a half ago, there were actually – two UPS planes actually flew into Harrisburg airport. 30 busloads of refugees were picked up and scattered throughout the state.”
Constable Kohan then explained where they go, and how local mayors are convinced to take them by the provision of money from the federal government:
“Most of these refugees are actually being brought in and given to different faith-based organizations within the state.”
“They take the tax dollars and they set the refugees up for housing at different locations throughout the state.”