As Biden Admin Focuses On Border, Air Marshal Council Warns Of Al Qaeda Using Air Travel

The United States homeland security apparatus is so overwhelmed that international terrorists are most likely working on or have already executed plans to enter the US undetected by governmental and law enforcement officials.

Following Joe Biden’s inauguration less than 2 years ago, his open border administration went to work rescinding every effective Trump-era border policy, leading to over 5 million illegal aliens already entering the country.

Instead of adding resources to stop foreign nationals, from over 160 different countries from violating US immigration laws, Joe Biden is instead using other governmental departments’ employees to process those coming in leaving the nation vulnerable to potential terrorist attacks.

Federal air marshals are outraged as the Biden administration continues to send their agents to the southern border too, despite a renewed terror threat from al Qaeda.

Air Marshal National Council Executive Director Sonya Labosco joined “Fox & Friends First” Tuesday to discuss why the diversion has put Americans at risk and why they are going to “suffer” as a result of the move.

“It looks absolutely insane,” Labosco told co-host Todd Piro. “We don’t understand why these decisions are being made. The intel is clear. Al Qaeda is watching for our weak areas. Our aviation is a high-risk area. We’re not protecting our aviation domain, and we’re going to the border. It is absolutely madness.”

High-level Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sources told Judicial Review that “al Qaeda says upcoming attacks on US possibly involving planes, will use new techniques and tactics.”

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In an apparent disconnect from reality, the Biden administration announced mandatory deployments to the border as the migrant surge continues to strain already-worsening conditions amid staffing shortages.

A growing number of agents are pushing back on the move expressing their willingness to refuse the deployment and face possible termination.

Labosco suggested that mandatory diversions may not have sufficient legal grounds.

“We do believe it’s a violation,” Labosco said. “We do believe that DHS has overstepped their bounds. We are waiting for Congress to get sworn in, hopefully today, and we can get some movement here. We need someone to step in, in Congress, and stop the deployment of federal air marshals.”

“This statute, when it was originally a tent and set by Congress, was not to deploy air marshals to the border, and to be clear, there is no national emergency,” she continued. “There’s been no national emergency declared at this point. So we’re still saying that it is we need an injunction from Congress that they cannot send us to the border.”

The Air Marshal National Council sent a letter to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over the weekend, calling out the administration for the policy since the border crisis has garnered little attention.

“How can you justify sending FAMs to the border in huge numbers, when the border is in your words secure, and there is no emergency yet?” the letter read. “Yet we have major security incidents happening right now affecting our aviation security.

Even amid the diversion, Labosco noted the American people have not forgotten the critical lessons learned following the devastating 9/11 attacks, more than two decades after thousands lost their lives.

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“I can tell you who hasn’t forgotten, we haven’t forgotten,” Labosco said. “The American people, the family and friends of those that died on 911, they haven’t forgotten.”

“We’re not we’re not going to catch al Qaeda trying to grab an airplane down in El Paso,” she continued. “It’s going to happen right here in a commercial airport, in a commercial aircraft.”

In a statement to Fox News Digital, a DHS spokesperson pushed back on the claim that flights are being left vulnerable.

“Federal Air Marshals have long supported various Departmental operations on a regular basis across Democratic and Republican administrations alike. There is nothing new or unique about this. They have been deployed to support the U.N. General Assembly, Operation Allies Welcome, hurricane recovery efforts, and CBP at the Southwest border. The last Administration in 2019 temporarily deployed some Federal Air Marshals to support CBP at the Southwest border.”

“The suggestion that flights are being left unprotected is completely false. TSA takes its responsibility to secure the skies for the traveling public very seriously. We will continue to protect commercial flights through our multi-layered security processes, including through the Federal Air Marshal Service which supports this critical mission on the ground and onboard aircrafts,” the statement read.

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