Americans furious as Biden admin lets illegal immigrants fly without valid ID

"...and it’s their choice whether they want their picture taken."


Outrage ensued online as it was revealed this week that Biden's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in conjunction with Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has been allowing illegal immigrants to pass security without identification, while Americans are required to have a REAL ID.

In a post on X, podcast host Dave Rubin shared an image from a TSA notice that read, "TSA is partnering with CBP to test the use of CBP One at certain TSA checkpoints to validate adult non-US citizen travel documentation when the traveler does not otherwise have an acceptable form of Identification."

The notice adds that it is "optional" for the immigrant to have their picture taken. It notes that TSA will not store the person's information and is only verifying what information was given to CBP through the CBP One app.

In his caption, Rubin said, "This is the state of absolute insanity happening at our airports." He noted, "I’m in the Pre-TSA line, where migrants don’t have to have an ID to get through security and it’s their choice whether they want their picture taken."

"There is a plan to destroy America," Rubin concluded.

According to the CBP website, the CBP One app is used by immigrants to schedule appointments in advance of their arrival at the southern border.

Retired CBP Chief Patrol Agent Chris Clem told the New York Post, "I’m an American citizen and I’m quite offended that these migrants that have come in here are getting preferential treatment and being prioritized in so many ways." He added, "The rest of us are paying the price at gas pump and grocery stores. Tax is going up. Yet [the US is] continuing to bring masses of people [in].”

"Try and make it the most humane and pleasurable experience for these poor people under distress because it is such a tough ordeal to navigate an American airport," Clem said of the administrations mindset. "but you’ve gotta be kidding me, many of them just came from Middle East, traversed seven countries, used apps to get here, and we’re supposed to believe Phoenix Airport might be all to much for them …ridiculous!”

Even though immigrants have to give biometric data when interviewing with the border patrol Clem said, "We’re basing it all off what this person is telling us and a minimum system of information." He added, "“Do we really know who they are? Did they use the app or did a smuggler do it all for them?"

"If you’re a known criminal, the likelihood of you giving the same name when coming into another country is pretty low unless you’re a dumb criminal," Clem continued. "There are so many questions we don’t have answers to be concerned about.”

The US has been dealing with a crisis of illegal immigrants crossing the southern border and being sent to various cities across the country. In fiscal year 2023, there were a record 2.3 million apprehensions of people trying to come into the country illegally. Before crossing the US-Mexico border, many illegal immigrants ditch their national IDs so they can claim refugee or asylum status in the US. At the border, they are able to give border control any information they want and border patrol records it, but does not verify it. Illegal immigrants are then able to travel throughout the US with this completely unverified documentation.

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