DeSantis boasts about Martha’s Vineyard flight of migrants despite criticism

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis boasts about his “innovative” strategy to send two planes full of Venezuelan migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.

“We are not a sanctuary state, and it is better to be able to go to a sanctuary jurisdiction,” Mr. DeSantis said in a program, “And yes, we’ll help facilitate that transportation for you so you can move to greener pastures.”

Florida’s governor is up for re-election this year and is widely seen as a possible candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024. His remarks drew applause.

Mr DeSantis blamed the Biden administration for its policies on immigration.

“Biden would blow up people in the middle of the night, throw them across the country, there was no warning on that,” he said. “And all those people were banging their chests when Trump was president, saying they were too proud to have sanctuary jurisdictions, saying how bad it was to have a safe border, even the minute one of those border towns. Every day a small fraction is brought to their front door, they suddenly go berserk.”

wcvb informed of That at least two private planes began their flight in San Antonio, Texas, before moving to the Panhandle in Florida and then to Martha’s Vineyard.

“We take very seriously what is happening on the southern border – unlike some, and unlike the President of the United States, who has refused to lift a finger to secure that border,” he said. ” They said.

Mr DeSantis’ spokeswoman Taryn Fenske announced the migrants’ flight in a video obtained by Fox News Digital. Migrants were explicitly told they would go to Boston to get work papers, NPR informed of,

The move comes even as Texas landed two buses of migrants at the Naval Observatory, the home of Vice President Kamala Harris, in Washington DC. Governor Greg Abbott has previously sent migrants from Texas to Washington.

Credit: www.independent.co.uk /

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