Pure Insanity: TSA Allows Migrants to Use This Item to Serve as Identification for Flights
America has long been called the “Land of Opportunity” but today, I think a better fitting phrase would be the “Land of Insanity”.
The standards of this country are so arbitrary that it is ridiculous, and depending on who you are, you get treated differently.
You can threaten a sitting government official if you’re a Democrat and nobody will bat an eye, but if you question the election from last year you are targeted and put on a no-fly list or even put in jail.
We are all aware of the problem at the Southern border even though the news isn’t talking about it. Nothing magically changed and they’re still pouring in across the border. We also know that our government has been flying them across the country to various states on ghost flights and allowing them to settle in these states.
But as crazy as that is, it gets worse.
In one incident last year, a family from Uganda was admitted to being permitted to board a flight and enter the United States with no identification and after paying $5,000 to be illegally smuggled into the country. Now, the TSA has revealed that they are permitting arrest warrants to be used as an alternate form of identification in order to let migrants board flights.
According to Daily Mail,
The Transportation Security Administration revealed that unlawful immigrants who are unable to obtain proper identification are being allowed to pass through security using an arrest warrant to prove their identity.
Rep. Lance Gooden, R-Texas, had sent a letter to TSA after a whistleblower claimed the agency was allowing ‘unknown migrants’ to board commercial airlines in the U.S.
TSA Administrator David Pekoske responded explaining that certain Department of Homeland Security (DHS) documents may be considered acceptable alternate forms of identification, including a ‘Warrant for Arrest of Alien’ and a ‘Warrant of Removal/Deportation.’
How crazy is it to have an arrest warrant serve as identification to fly across the country and to not be arrested for it?