REPORTS: Biden Admin to Expel Thousands of Migrants at Border on Flights Back to Haiti

The Biden administration will reportedly begin expelling thousands of Haitian migrants to their home country beginning on Sunday.

Multiple news outlets report that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement will begin flights on Sunday to move the migrants gathered under a border bridge in Texas back to Haiti.

The Associated Press reports that the Biden administration plans “widescale expulsion of Haitian migrants” who are currently being detained under the Del Rio International Bridge. More than 12,000 mostly Haitian migrants are currently being held in the Texas border region.

The details on the numbers of flights per day vary based upon different sources. The AP reports there will be between five and eight flights per day. NBC News reports there could be between eight to ten per week. The flights will continue each day except for Saturdays — 12 flights per week.

Sources within U.S. Customs and Border Protection told Breitbart Texas that two flights will depart from the United States and carry more than 200 Haitian migrants back to their home country.

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It has become a national scandal that Biden has put up an FAA geo fence exclusion zone to keep reporters from using drones to show the vast scale of the migrants crossing the Rio Grande. Our reporters launched a drone from the Mexican side of the border to show the extent of the ongoing UN backed invasion. New Drone Footage obtained by Infowars captures a large horde of migrants crossing the Rio Grande outside Del Rio, Texas shortly before the airspace became restricted.

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