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Hundreds of illegal aliens are being sheltered inside a major U.S. airport as the Biden border crisis continues to spiral wildly out of control, according to reports.
Approximately 500 illegal migrants are living in a makeshift camp at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois.
Footage shot and obtained by News Nation shows ‘asylum seekers’ of all ages laying on cots and on the floor in an area hidden behind black curtains in the middle of a terminal.
“This is what’s happening behind the black curtain. Our News Nation team obtained video of what migrants describe as ‘inhumane’ conditions at a makeshift shelter inside Chicago’s O’Hare airport,” Emily Finn reported this week.
“When we asked to go inside the blocked off area, staff overseeing the migrants’ care refused to let us in.”
City officials reportedly set a capacity limit for the shelter at around 100 people, but that number has already been exceeded more than fourfold with new arrivals on a daily basis.
It is unclear if the illegals are being subjected to security screenings or if their movement within the airport is restricted in any way.
“I don’t think security applies to them,” Chicago reporter William Kelly told Fox News, adding that he doesn’t think “any of the requirements” imposed upon American citizens are necessarily being applied to the migrants.
Kelly explained that homeless Americans had previously been staying in the airport but were kicked out to make room for illegals, who are now being housed at 18 different locations across the Windy City.
“It’s like a scene from Mad Max every day,” he said regarding another shelter for illegal aliens located near his residence in Chicago.
While Texas Governor Greg Abbott is being blamed for overwhelming ‘sanctuary cities’ across the country since the initiation of his migrant bussing scheme last year, there are clearly other factors in play.
For example, New York City Mayor Eric Adams revealed more than 110,000 illegal aliens have flooded the Big Apple over the past year, but only around 10% were sent by the state of Texas, according to Gov. Abbott.
Independent reporter Wid Lyman embedded with the Florida National Guard as they launched a rescue and relief operation in Cedar Key, where Hurricane Idalia made landfall as a Category 3 storm on August 30.
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