US Fighter Jets Deployed After Civilian Aircraft Violates Restricted Airspace Near Biden’s Delaware Home

Biden SECURITY BREACH - Fighter Jets Deployed


Your tax dollars at work.

In response to civilian aircraft violating the no-fly zone near President Joe Biden’s residence in Wilmington, Delaware, the United States sent U.S fighter Jets.

While American forces are being attacked by Iranian-backed terrorists, Vice President Joe Biden left on vacation to Wilmington, Delaware on Friday night.

Biden has been away from the White House for 392 days (or 38.9 percent of his presidency) without keeping a guest log.

According to defense department statistics, the hourly rate for Marine One is over $20,000, while the hourly rate for Air Force One is $177,843.

On Saturday, US fighter jets were dispatched when an aircraft broke the rules and flew too close to Biden’s house. There was no trouble with the landing of the civilian plane.

What a waste of money.

Joe Biden is the pinnacle of a parasitic public servant.

A probe of the incident is currently underway.

More From FOX:

A civilian aircraft that violated restricted airspace in Delaware Saturday afternoon prompted fighter jets to scramble because the president was at his home in Wilmington, Anthony Guglielmi, Chief of Communications for the United States Secret Service, said.
“Shortly after 2 p.m., a civilian aircraft violated restricted airspace north of Wilmington, Delaware,” Guglielmi said.
He said the fighter jets were scrambled “as a precaution” and the civilian aircraft landed safely at a nearby airport.
Guglielmi added that the president’s movements weren’t impacted.


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