After sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, it appears Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has another destination in mind for illegals crossing the border.
One of the planes used to fly illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard is currently scheduled to travel from San Antonio to Florida.
Afterward, it’s scheduled to land at a small airport near Biden’s house in Delaware.
One of the planes used in DeSantis’ Martha’s Vineyard stunt is currently scheduled to travel tomorrow from San Antonio, to Florida, to a small airport near Biden’s house in Delaware pic.twitter.com/4yejy32wmi
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) September 20, 2022
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DeSantis Airlines may have a dropoff later today in Delaware. Near Biden's house. https://t.co/4qDb5ZIDJP
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) September 20, 2022
Gov. DeSantis joined Sean Hannity on Monday night after a Democrat Texas sheriff opened a criminal investigation for the Martha’s Vineyard flights.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar has no problem with the Biden Administration flooding the southern border with illegal immigrants.
However, he throws a tantrum with the migrants DeSantis is sending to sanctuary communities.
DeSantis pushed back against the sheriff’s bogus, politicized investigation.
From Florida’s Voice:
“Immigrants have been more than willing to leave Bexar County after being abandoned, homeless, and ‘left to fend for themselves.’ Florida gave them an opportunity to seek greener pastures in a sanctuary jurisdiction that offered greater resources for them, as we expected,” said Taryn Fenske, the communications director for Gov. Ron DeSantis, in response to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office announcement.
Florida’s Voice previously reported on the published brochures given to the migrants before boarding the flights. The brochure told migrants where they would be going and listed a variety of benefits and services Massachusetts provided to some refugees. The information was taken directly from the Massachusetts’ government website.
DeSantis took his comments further Monday night.
Gov. Ron DeSantis: “They said they were a sanctuary destination. These were people who were basically destitute and then put into a situation where they could have succeeded but that was all virtue signaling. And not only did they not welcome them, they deported them the next day with the National Guard. Give me a break!”