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The Biden administration has resumed broadcasting charter flights of migrants to an airport in the suburbs of New York.
Efforts, first highlighted in October by the New York Post, are reported to have resumed as illegal immigrants continue to flow into the country, according to a Post Friday report.
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Members of Posten’s staff “watched as a group of migrant teenagers boarded an Avelo Airlines plane” at the airport around 1 p.m. 21:25 on Thursday and “boarded three waiting buses that left about 50 minutes later,” the report said.
The Post reported that a bus was traveling to the Walt Whitman Service Area in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and arrived shortly after midnight Friday morning. That bus contained “several teenagers” who left the place with people waiting for them to arrive.
Flight records revealed that the plane, which landed at Westchester Airport, departed from El Paso International Airport in Texas with a stop in Jacksonville, Florida, the report said.
“The resumption of flights is a big thumbs up for hard-working New York taxpayers,” former Westchester County Chief Rob Astorino said, according to the newspaper. “It’s frustrating. It’s outrageous.”
In January, leaked footage was revealed showing migrants being transported on secret charter flights under cover of night from the south border states to Westchester, New York.
“The government is betraying the American people,” a federal contractor told a Westchester County police officer in a conversation recorded on the officer’s body camera on the tarmac of a Westchester airport on August 13, 2021.
The footage was obtained through a request for the Freedom of Information Act from Astorino. In October, the New York Post recorded video of the scene at Westchester County Airport nearby White Plains, New York.
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Fox News did not receive an immediate response from the White House.
Fox News’ Bill Melugin and Emma Colton contributed to this article.