(CBrief) – United States Air Marshals are reportedly planning to “mutiny” against an order from President Joe Biden to leave their posts aboard commercial flights and head to the U.S.-Mexico border.

During an interview on “Fox & Friends First,” Air Marshal National Council Executive Director Sonya Labosco said that federal air marshals are outraged as the Biden administration continues to send many of them to the southern border despite renewed threats from the terrorist group al Qaeda.

“It looks absolutely insane,” Labosco told co-host Todd Piro. “We don’t understand why these decisions are being made. The intel is clear. Al Qaeda is watching for our weak areas. Our aviation is a high-risk area. We’re not protecting our aviation domain, and we’re going to the border. It is absolutely madness.”

High-level Department of Homeland Security sources told Judicial Review that “al Qaeda says upcoming attacks on the US possibly involving planes, will use new techniques and tactics.”

“We do believe it’s a violation,” Labosco said. “We do believe that DHS has overstepped their bounds. We are waiting for Congress to get sworn in, hopefully today, and we can get some movement here. We need someone to step in, in Congress, and stop the deployment of federal air marshals. This statute, when it was originally a tent and set by Congress, was not to deploy air marshals to the border, and to be clear, there is no national emergency. There’s been no national emergency declared at this point. So we’re still saying that it is we need an injunction from Congress that they cannot send us to the border.”

Labosco argued that Americans have not forgotten the devastating lessons of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

“I can tell you who hasn’t forgotten, we haven’t forgotten. The American people, the family and friends of those that died on 911, they haven’t forgotten. We’re not we’re not going to catch al Qaeda trying to grab an airplane down in El Paso. It’s going to happen right here in a commercial airport, in a commercial aircraft,” she said.