Illegal immigrant buses arrive outside the DC residence of Kamala Harris


Texas Governor Greg Abbott reportedly bused more than 100 illegal immigrants to the vice presidential residence in Washington, DC on Thursday, days after Vice President Kamala Harris claimed the border was “secure.”

A video shot by Fox News shows the immigrants standing on the sidewalk in front of the Naval Observatory. The outlet’s national correspondent, Griff Jenkins, said the immigrants were mostly from “Venezuela” and one migrant said the border was “open”.

Harris said in an interview Sunday that the border is “secure” but the United States has a “broken immigration system.”

“I think there’s no question that we need to do what the president and I asked Congress to do, the first request we made: pass a bill to create a pathway to citizenship,” he said. said Harris. “The border is secure, but we also have a broken immigration system, especially in the last four years before we arrived, and it needs to be fixed.”

Abbott’s decision comes after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sent two illegal immigrant planes to Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday, fulfilling his promise to retaliate after the Biden administration sent immigrant planes to Florida in november.

Venezuelan migrants stand outside St. Andrew's Church in Edgartown, Massachusetts, September 14, 2022.

Venezuelan migrants stand outside St. Andrew’s Church in Edgartown, Massachusetts, September 14, 2022.

A video, first reported by Fox News, shows illegal immigrants arriving in the wealthy New England summer destination, which includes former President Barack Obama’s 30-acre estate.

“States like Massachusetts, New York and California will better facilitate the care of these people they have invited to our country by encouraging illegal immigration through their designation as ‘sanctuary states’ and by supporting the policies of ‘open borders of the Biden administration,’ said DeSantis’ communications director. , Taryn Fenske, told the outlet.

Feske added, “During the last legislative session, the Florida Legislature appropriated $12 million to implement a program to facilitate the transportation of illegal immigrants from that state in accordance with federal law.”

DeSanstis’ apparent response to the federal government sending immigrant planes to Florida drew backlash from the state senator who represents Martha’s Vineyard, who called his decision “rather disgusting.” .

“It’s quite disgusting to see politicians taking advantage of the difficult circumstances these families find themselves in for a ‘gotcha’ moment and a political stunt,” Julian Cyr said. Politics.

DeSantis has repeatedly fought with the Biden administration, claiming that illegal immigrants are being transported by the federal government to Florida in the middle of the night.

In November, DeSantis said 70 planes full of illegal immigrants from the US-Mexico border landed in Florida. The governor suggested sending the immigrants to Delaware, President Joe Biden’s home state.

“Since the feds are paying for them to go all over the country and resettle them in Jacksonville, would it be illegal for us to send them somewhere else?” … That’s something I think we’d want to look at,” the governor’s press secretary, Christina Pushaw, said at the time.

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