President Joe Biden’s administration is reportedly tracking anyone who traveled to the D.C. region on January 6, 2021, even if the individuals were not present at the storming of Capitol Hill.
According to the director of the Air Marshal National Council, Sonya LaBosco, the Travel and Security Administration (TSA) has a special mission for air marshals to track individuals who traveled to the D.C. region on the day of the Jan. 6 protest.
During a recent interview on Fox News, LaBosco warned that TSA air marshals are “not flying right now.” She claimed that the only missions air marshals are currently conducting are missions on the border with illegal immigrants or “following the January 2021 people.”
“We’re not doing our regular missions where we’re out there looking for the bad guys, so right now on most flights, you’re not going to have air marshals,” she said.
LaBosco noted that the primary mission of air marshals is currently “Quiet Skies,” which involves the tracking of anyone who traveled to the Washington, D.C., region at the time of the storming of Capitol Hill.
“We’re following people that flew into the national Capital region in January 2021,” LaBosco added. “You did not have to go to the Capitol or the rally, and you’ve been put on a specific list that TSA now has assigned air marshals to follow these people who have not had any type of criminal investigation, they haven’t committed a crime, but yet three years later, we’re following the same individuals day in and day out.”
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Detailing the mission of the “Quiet Skies” TSA operation, LaBosco claimed that the government is tracking people who could have potentially been in the D.C. region for job interviews or to visit family members. She noted that at least one person had been tracked by the TSA despite being in the region for a funeral on the day of the Jan. 6 protest.
“They were put on this domestic terrorist list just because of their geographic location to Washington, D.C,” LaBosco stated. “So these people did not even commit a crime, they weren’t even at the Capitol.”
Asked whether the individuals being tracked by the TSA are aware that they are being followed by air marshals, LaBosco explained that many of the individuals are aware because they receive special markings on their boarding passes, are required to go through “enhanced security,” and are followed by air marshal teams on “any leg of flight” during their various travels.
“They haven’t been vetted and they have not committed a crime, and three years later, we’re still doing the same duty, and we followed the same people over and over for three years who are no threat to this country,” she said.