Via Amoachi and Johnson:

"From 2009 to 2016, you will see how much Immigration and Customs Enforcement paid private aviation companies on a year-by year basis.

As you can see
, from 2009 to 2014, the Obama administration’s payments for deportation flights increased with every year as follows: 2009: $49 million; 2010: $104 million; 2011: $106 million; 2012: $129 million; 2013: $130 million; 2014: $165 million.

In Fiscal Year 2015, the first year after DHS Secretary Johnson’s November 20, 2014 'priorities' memo, spending precipitously dropped by $72 million from the previous year and the lowest since 2009, Obama’s first year office."


Approximately half-way through Fiscal Year 2016 the Department of Homeland Security has spent $57,354,014.00 on contracts to private companies through Immigration and Customs Enforcement Enforcement and Removal Operations for deportation charter flights.

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