If you put America’s biggest problems in order, they’ll probably go like this: Sanctuary cities, Sanctuary Mayors, Sanctuary pilots…Wait, what !?
I bet pilots don’t come to your mind when you think of cooperation with ICE and the federal government. The deportation usually includes driving illegal aliens back to their land, but there are cases where they need to be dropped off somewhere.
But what if some pilots refuse to be personal fliers to the immigrants? The Sanctuary cities decided that this could be solved by introducing Sanctuary pilots.
The good thing to this is that this is currently happening only in Germany.
“Several German pilots are refusing to participate in deportations of rejected asylum seekers.
The cancellations follow a longstanding debate on whether or not Afghanistan should be considered a “safe country of origin.” Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government vowed to step up deportations last December.”
The important thing is that these illegals can cross the border only after they do their paperwork. Firstly, they apply for asylum and if their documents are rejected, the madness begins. They understand the law and the way the state works, but they just can’t accept to be ignored.
“Not just on the day of deportation, but many days before, when we try to deport the Afghans scheduled to be deported, most cannot be picked up because they have gone underground.”
Hundreds of deportations have been abandoned because the migrants have shouted, refused to fasten their seat belts or told the pilot they are not traveling on their own free will.”
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Honestly, the pilots don’t deserve a chaos in their planes caused by the rejected illegals. But if the law says so, there is nothing they can do. They’ll just have to do what they are told to. So buckle up everybody, we’re going on a flight, let’s hope that everything will go just fine.
At the end of the day, we came to a conclusion. We really don’t need more Sanctuary things. Don’t you agree?