According to the team of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, “a few thousand” additional illegal immigrants may be sent to Martha’s Vineyard.
DeSantis proudly admitted on Wednesday that he was in charge of dispatching two planes carrying the undocumented immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard, which is when this happened. DeSantis spoke from Okaloosa County, Florida to defend his choice in response to irate lefties.
This comes after Lisa Belcastro, who oversees the Martha’s Vineyard Homeless Shelter, had a fit over the 50 illegal immigrants DeSantis brought to the island where former President Barack Obama and many other notable people call home. She says the refugees must “go somewhere else” because there isn’t enough shelter for 50 additional people.
“The major challenges are that we must, at some point these illegals must migrate from here to another location — we cannot, we aren’t equipped with the services to cater to the needs of 50 immigrants, and we most definitely do not have homes. On this island, there is a housing problem! Everyone who lives and works here cannot be housed here,” Belcastro stated.
Despite Belcastro’s assertions that Martha’s Vineyard couldn’t “take care of 50 immigrants,” the island receives thousands of visitors each year.
Belcastro asserts, “We don’t have accommodations for 50 more individuals.”
“In contrast to others and the President of the United States, who has failed to lift a finger to protect that border, we take what’s occurring at the southern border extremely serious,” DeSantis said. “We’ve developed creative solutions to be able to shield Florida from the effects of Biden’s border policy. Florida is not considered a sanctuary state, therefore it’s preferable to be able to travel to one,” he continued.
DeSantis said, “And yeah, we will help coordinate that trip so that you’ll be able to go to greener pastures.”
“No caution was given on any of this. When Trump was president, all those individuals in D.C. and New York were puffing out their chests, claiming they were so proud of the sanctuary jurisdictions,” he remarked. “And that only serves to demonstrate that their attempt at virtue signaling is a fake, ok? They are promoting policies that are, to put it simply, unjustifiable. It is not defendable for a superpower to have no control over the borders or the territory of its nation,” according to DeSantis.
“It shouldn’t rest just on a few red states, but that’s what they’re doing now. They must now determine whether to implement the open border policy that they backed. When you receive just a small, small, small amount in comparison to what these people have gone through in Texas, you don’t like it as much,” he said.