Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (R) office responded Monday afternoon to a Democrat sheriff in Texas who said his county was investigating 50 illegal immigrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard last week.
The Bexar County Sheriff, Javier Salazar, held a press conference, who said that he was “bothered” about the flights, “and so we are absolutely investigating this.”
Salazar, however, admitted that no laws had been broken and no suspects had been identified.
DeSantis’ spokesperson responded to Salazar’s remarks: “Immigrants have left Bexar County after being abandoned, homeless, and to fend for themselves.”
As we expected, it was a sanctuary jurisdiction that offered greater resources for them, so Florida allowed them to seek greener pastures. Unlike the 53 immigrants who died in a truck found abandoned in Bexar County this June, the MA national guard has provided accommodations, sustenance, clothing, and more opportunities to succeed following their unfair enticement into the United States.
In a press conference, DeSantis said the contracted people gave the illegal immigrants a release form and a packet with a map of Martha’s Vineyard. “It was obvious that was where they were going,” DeSantis said.
The Florida Voice reported Monday that they obtained a brochure that illegal immigrants had given before they went to Martha’s Vineyard. According to the publication, the governor’s office confirmed the information.
Printed in English and Spanish, the brochure’s title is “Massachusetts Refugee Benefits / Massachusetts Refugee Benefits for Refugees,” including Massachusetts pictures.
Florida’s Voice Mentioned that the brochure contained information “directly from the Massachusetts government website.”