For years now, airplanes have been staffed with at least one undercover U.S. Air Marshal ready to stop another 9/11 from happening, but according to the Air Marshal National Council, the Biden administration has pulled all the marshals off all the planes.
So if they're not flying to keep us safe, where did they go?
Apparently, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and TSA Administrator David Pekoske pulled them from their duties and deployed them on the southern border to hand out water bottles to illegal immigrants or to track people who were anywhere near D.C. on January 6, 2021.
Sonya LaBosco, director of the Air Marshal National Council said,
"Nothing has changed since we've been fighting this for almost two years. The air marshals are still down on the border. We are not flying right now. We just received an email last week that the resources are depleted as far as our flying air marshals. So, we are ushering in illegal immigrants on the southern border and leaving the traveling public unsafe.
"We are working with Congress," LaBosco continued. "We are working with the Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee. Senator Cruz [R-Texas] recently sent out a letter requesting information on why we are diverting our only resource to secure our aviation and sending them down on the border. And remember, the only thing we're doing on the border is passing out water. We're not doing law enforcement duties."
That seems bad enough, but then she goes on to describe a truly Draconian use of Air Marshals through an operation called "Quiet Skies."
"Our primary mission is a little group called Quiet Skies. It's a mission called Quiet Skies that we're following people that flew into the National Capitol region in January 2021. You didn't have to go to the Capitol or the rally, and you'd be put on a specific list that TSA now has assigned Air Marshals to follow these people who have not had any type of criminal investigation. They haven't committed a crime, but yet, three years later, we're following the same individuals day in and day out...
"So, if anybody was there for a job interview to visit family, we even had a gentleman that was there for a funeral. They [were] put on this domestic terrorist list just because of their geographic location to Washington, D.C. So, these people did not even commit a crime. They weren't even at the Capitol."
Anytime these poor people go to the airport, they have to go through enhanced security.
"Then, they're followed by teams of Air Marshals on any leg of flight that they have."
So now, despite having committed no crime except being in the D.C. area on January 6th, these U.S. citizens are considered domestic terrorists and have been tracked incessantly by the U.S. government.
LaBosco goes on to warn potential travelers,
"I think you should be very concerned when you're boarding the aircraft. You need to look around to see who you might be able to ask to help you, like a Good Samaritan, because you're on your own. If anything happens, please don't wait. There's going to be no law enforcement that's going to help you. So you need to have a plan."
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