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Todd Bensman Explains The Florida Gateway

Todd Bensman Explains The Florida Gateway

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Todd Bensman a Senior National Security Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies joins Steve Bannon’s WarRoom to break down research conducted by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) which analyzed publicly available data from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) website. The analysis focused on Office of Field Operations (OFO) airport customs officer interactions with selected nationalities eligible for this benefit. This examination aims to identify airports that likely handle a significant portion of arrivals from overseas, although not necessarily their ultimate destinations. The Department of Homeland Security under President Biden has declined to disclose the numerous U.S. international airports where it has authorized direct flights from abroad for specific inadmissible individuals. Since October 2022, around 386,000 migrants have been permitted to fly to interior U.S. airports as part of a controversial admissions program. This program aims to mitigate unlawful border crossings by transporting individuals directly into the interior via air travel and subsequently releasing them on parole.

Early indications suggest that a significant portion, potentially the majority, of these inadmissible alien passengers initially arrive at international airports in Florida, under the governance of Republican Governor Ron DeSantis. Florida emerges as the primary landing destination and customs processing area for this parole-and-release program via direct flights, accounting for nearly 326,000 of the initial arrivals from its inception through February. Data analysis also indicates lesser numbers landing in Houston, New York, both northern and southern California, and the Washington, D.C., area. However, Florida stands out as the predominant location for initial landings and migrant releases.

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