“Authorities in Texas have started a criminal inquiry into Gov. Ron DeSantis’ last week’s flight to Martha’s Vineyard of around 50 Venezuelan immigrants from Texas.”
In a news release on Monday, “Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar indicated that his office is looking into whether the immigrants were really the victims of a crime.”
Salazar is referring to a migrant aid center in San Antonio. “The Bexar County Sheriff’s Dept. has begun an inquiry into the immigrants that were enticed from the Migrant Aid Center, situated in Bexar County, Texas, and then flown to Florida, where they were finally abandoned to fend for themselves within Martha’s Vineyard, MA,” said Salazar.
Salazar claimed that his office was collaborating with advocacy organizations and individual migrant lawyers.
Salazar, a Democrat, continued, “We are also ready to collaborate with any federal agency that has concurrent jurisdiction, if the need arises.”
I laughed till my sides hurt at this. The idea that it is illegal to transfer someone who volunteered to be transported is completely ludicrous. These illegals appear content even now that they have arrived in Martha’s Vineyard. Additionally, DeSantis, who is always planning ahead, had the illegal immigrants sign a release prior to boarding the airplanes and even gave them flyers outlining the resources Massachusetts has to offer.
The information in the booklet is being disputed by immigration lawyers, who earn tens of thousands of dollars for each illegal alien who files mostly false asylum applications. However, all of the information appears to have come from the state website of Massachusetts. Given that illegal immigration practically supports their industry, the bias is evident.
What is even being suggested here, anyway? That transporting individuals to liberal sanctuary cities is human trafficking? Despite the fact that there is active drug cartel activity in his area, does this Dem. sheriff really not have anything better to do? We understand what it is. Just lashing out for political motives is useless.
It’s also standing still. The Florida governor will not be detained by a sheriff in Texas for providing rides to anyone who asked for them. I’m not aware of any laws against “luring people away,” whatever that even means. Additionally, many illegal immigrants were homeless. Does this sheriff intend to imply that it would have been preferable to leave them there?