‘Rank and File’ Air Marshals Planning Open Rebellion Against Biden: Report

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Members of the U.S. Air Marshals service are so fed up with the Biden administration’s abuse of the service, and its decision to remove marshals from flights and instead sending them to work on the southern border with illegals, that they are reportedly planning an open rebellion.

The Biden regime has been removing marshals from flights — leaving those planes to fly unprotected — and sending them to the border with Mexico to transport, feed, and care for the tens of thousands of illegals flooding the country creating a massive border crisis.

But a growing number of marshals are organizing to resist this illogical use of their services that is turning them into babysitters for illegals and are plotting an organized campaign against the orders.

“The rank-and-file air marshals are going to refuse to deploy and risk termination,” David Londo, president of the Air Marshal National Council, recently told the Washington Examiner. “You’re almost going to have a mutiny of a federal agency, which is unheard of.”

According to the report, Biden is leaving only one in 100 flights staffed with an air marshal, leaving our flights at one-eighth of the protection rate that normal coverage allows.

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Londo went on to tell the paper that the air marshals’ morale is extremely low for being forced to perform menial tasks to care for illegals.

“Morale is so destroyed from this,” Londo said. “I’ve never seen anything like this.”

Londo added that air marshals have gone from performing a serious law enforcement job by protecting the safety of the public flying on U.S. airlines to “heating up sandwiches,” driving illegals around to hospitals and other appointments, as well as babysitting illegals in detention centers on the border.

“It is known that these highly skilled [air marshals] are being made to perform mainly non-law enforcement civilian humanitarian duties,” Londo said in a public letter obtained by the Examiner, warning of action by the marshals.

Should air marshals be handling the border crisis?

Yes: 20% (1 Votes)

No: 80% (4 Votes)

You can see that letter below:


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