Rep. Lance Gooden
Rep. Lance Gooden
https://gooden.house.gov/

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Lance Gooden (R-Texas) this week sent letters to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), key Big Tech Companies, U.S. hotel chains, and an airlines to demand answers on their role in fueling the ongoing migrant crisis in the United States.

During his recent trip to the U.S.-Mexico border, Gooden observed troubling operations that corroborated information his office received from an unnamed whistleblower.

It is becoming increasingly apparent based off those documents and from his recent trip that U.S. corporations and government agencies are working in tandem with non-profit organizations to facilitate that mass relocation of migrants into the interior of the United States.

Most disturbingly, Gooden’s office has received evidence that the Transportation Security Administration is allowing undocumented migrants to board U.S. commercial airlines without proper identification.

“Allowing these migrants, many of whom are unknown to U.S. law enforcement agencies, to board commercial aircraft presents one of the greatest threats to U.S. national security since September 11, 2001," Gooden said.

"The safety of our communities is at risk because President Biden and Vice President Harris refuse to acknowledge or address the ongoing crisis at our southern border. I am greatly concerned by the lack of proper vetting and the role U.S. corporations and agencies are playing in fueling this crisis.”

You can read the full letter to the Transportation Security Administration at https://mcusercontent.com/bad9f5fdbb6d48e3db97b6099/files/c8f3c447-37d9-4b48-500b-3ecfd57b4629/TSA_Oversight_Letter_11.17.2021.pdf.

Rep. Gooden's office has set up an anonymous tip line for anyone with information on the situation. The link to that can be found https://gooden.house.gov/whistle

First elected in 2018, Congressman Lance Gooden represents Texas’ 5th District in the U.S. House of Representatives. In the 117th Congress, Gooden is a member of the House Committee on Financial Services.