Ex-Presidents Launch NGO Flying Illegals To US

Former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama have teamed up with American Express Global to create Miles4Migrants, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that will fly illegal immigrants to any desired destination in the United States.

Obama, Bush, and Clinton have created an NGO to fly illegals into the US

The new NGO, funded by far-left billionaire George Soros and his Open Society Foundation, will provide air travel for illegal aliens coming from Cuba, Venezuela, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Ukraine. 

Welcome.US was originally created to provide logistical assistance to Afghan refugees brought into the United States after the collapse of Afghanistan following the disastrous U.S. withdrawal.

Miles4Migrants aims to raise funds to cover all travel costs for both sponsors in the United States and illegals. “Those forced to flee often leave behind all but what they can carry, and the costs of international travel can be prohibitive,” the group’s webpage states.

The Biden administration has been organizing covert flights to bring illegal aliens into the United States, and using CIA resources to do so. At least 5 million undocumented immigrants have entered the United States since President Biden took office in January 2021, according to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.).

The launch of Miles4Migrants has sparked controversy, with many in opposition of the initiative for encouraging illegal immigration and facilitating human trafficking. Others argue that it is a humanitarian effort to provide assistance to those fleeing persecution and seeking a better life in the United States at the cost of national security. 

As the illegal migration debate continues to divide the country, the role of NGOs in addressing the issue remains a subject of intense speculation. While some believe that NGOs can provide much-needed assistance to vulnerable populations, others argue that they are exacerbating the problem by encouraging illegal and not legal immigration. 

This will create a burden on American taxpayers and workers while raising additional safety issues. Almost half of all criminals prosecuted in federal courts in 2018 were aliens, according to a report from the U.S. Justice Department. 

The over 41,000 criminals were charged with crimes ranging from drug trafficking to murder to kidnapping. While some of them were in the country legally, the vast majority—38,000—were illegal aliens.