Leaked video has revealed exactly how President Joe Biden is quietly transporting illegal immigrants all over the country in the middle of the night.
The video captured a secret charter flight transporting illegals from the southern border directly into a New York suburb in what one federal contractor called a “betrayal of the American people.”
“The government is betraying the American people,” the 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.
The footage was obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request by former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino. Reports first surfaced of such flights back in October when the New York Post captured video of the scene at the airport in White Plains, New York.
“Our government is completely out of control right now. They have lied to us. They’ve lied to the American people,” Astorino, who is running as a Republican for the governor of New York, said on Fox News.
Astorino said he personally saw the migrants being put on a bus to a Costco, where they were “then released into cars into the community.”
The footage from the incident which took place in August shows Westchester Police Sgt. Michael Hamborsky peppering federal contractors early in the morning with questions about the after-hours flights and why local police were not provided details.
“You’re on a secure facility here; we really don’t know anything and we’re in charge of security,” he told one of the contractors.
“This is anti all our security stuff,” Hamborsky said.
Such flights first streamed into the suburban airport from places such as McAllen, and Houston, Texas, last August, according to the New York Post. They only stopped after the outlet captured footage of the scenes back in October.
Employees of MVM Inc., a private security firm that signed a $136 million contract with the federal government last year to transport migrants around the country, were also onboard the flight, the New York Post reported.
“I’m just trying to figure out what’s what, who’s who and how I’m supposed to keep this secure,” Hamborsky told the contractors as he continued asking questions.
“We’re not allowed to have our picture taken when we get on base,” one contractor told the officer as they began showing him lanyards around their necks.
“Un-f–king-believable,” Hamborsky responded. “And who’s that by? DHS [Department of Homeland Security]?”
“Yes, and the United States Army,” the contractor responded. “You’re on a federal installation but DHS wants everything on the down low.”
Another contractor told Hamborsky: “Listen, my thing is I like to comply but technically we’re not supposed to show IDs or anything. Like I said, everything is supposed to be hush hush.”
Hamborsky asked one contractor why they were coming to suburban Westchester, which is about 35 miles outside of New York City.
“You don’t want to be in somewhere the spotlight is,” the contractor replied. “You want to try and be as down low as possible. A lot of this is just down-low stuff that we don’t tell people because what we don’t want to do is attract attention. We don’t want the media. Like we don’t even know where we’re going when they tell us.”
One of the contractors told the officer later in the video: “I get the whole secrecy and all that s–t but this is even above my f–king pay grade . . . the f- -k, you know what I mean?”
“And why? You know why?” Hamborsky asked.
“You know why, look who’s in office. That’s why, come on,” the contractor said.
Author: Paul Ricks