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Biden Ups Secret Flights of Illegals as Border Crossings Soar

'They’re giving us the finger. Let’s give them the boot at the polls... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) The Biden administration has stepped up its secretive transportation of illegal aliens from the United States’ border to New York and other states, as the southern border continues to devolve into chaos and hordes of migrants march on America.

Videos provided to the New York Post by Republican gubernatorial hopeful Rob Astorino showed two flights from El Paso, Texas, carrying 100-150 illegal immigrants each, landing at New York Stewart International Airport.

The migrants then leave the planes and board chartered buses to head into the American interior.

“It’s just an expansion of this program and a second airport no one thought they would go through, either to be clandestine or because of a need for another runway,” Astorino told the Post.

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The Border Patrol has reported that 234,088 immigrants crossed into the United States in April, 10,000 more than crossed in March — most to be released into the country, according to the Post.

The New York Stewart International Airport, a former Air Force base, is currently a Port Authority airport “under the control of [New York] Gov. Kathy Hochul,” the Post reported.

Astorino blamed Hochul for the clandestine maneuvers.

“This directly links to the governor,” he said. “She is encouraging them because she keeps giving money and goodies to everyone.”

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Last week, Hochul appeared to invite illegal aliens to New York during an address on “health inequities,” telling “undocumented” migrants over the age of 65 that she would “step up where the federal government won’t.”

“You’re undocumented? . . . why don’t we show what kind of people we are here in the State of New York?” Hochul said. “Over the age of 65, we’ll pick up that tab regardless of your status.”

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