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Covert UPS Refugee Flights Confirmed

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 DarkKnightNomeD    2,078

There was rumors, talk and "footage" being posted on FB and other places, on Refugees being secretly shipped into the USA. I have been looking for confirmation for a while. Hopefully this information will spread so people will get on their GOV's ass, about getting these Syrian Refugees out of our country!


UPS Refugee Flights Confirmed

Submitted by IWB, on November 29th, 2015



Last week the Pennsylvania Senate joined the battle against the covert importation of Syrian refugees into their state on chartered UPS jets.
This passage of Senate Resolution 248 is a rebuke to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf who said after the Paris Friday the 13th attacks that refugees fleeing war-torn Syria were welcome in Pennsylvania.
However, despite the Resolution passing by an overwhelming 37-to-13 margin, it is completely symbolic.
According to the Refugee Act of 1980 (Public Law 96-212), the states do not have the power to reject refugees because it is a federal law. The 1980 law raised the limit from 17,400 refugees admitted per year, up to 50,000 refugees, and provided “emergency procedures” for when the Attorney General determines that even higher numbers are needed.
However, a significant backlash is developing in the state against the huge influx of these undocumented refugees because of the future dangers they may represent.
Alert subscriber Ed S. sent me a link to a syndicated radio show that ran yesterday called the JJ McCartney Show. The host interviewed Pennsylvania State Constable Mark Kohan.
In Pennsylvania, state constables are like US Marshalls in the federal system; they can arrest anywhere in the state. But they are elected to 6-year terms.
Constable Kohan confirmed that undocumented refugees were being flown into his state covertly on chartered UPS flights:
“They have been coming in at night – the wee hours of the night – on UPS planes.
“A week and a half ago, there were actually – two UPS planes actually flew into Harrisburg airport. 30 busloads of refugees were picked up and scattered throughout the state.”

Constable Kohan then explained where they go, and how local mayors are convinced to take them by the provision of money from the federal government:

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