Gov. Ron DeSantis is now using the same plane he flew 50 migrants to Martha’s Vineyard with to President Biden’s Rehoboth home in Delaware.
- The same plane sent by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to the wealthy island of Martha’s Vineyard is now headed to the President’s beach home in Rehoboth, Delaware, the Daily Mail reported.
- “We take what’s happening at the southern border very seriously, unlike some, unlike the President of the United States, who has refused to lift a finger to secure that border,” DeSantis previously said.
- The plane is set to land in Georgetown Airport in the afternoon, and then on to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey.
- The destination of the plane that carried migrants to Martha’s Vineyard has led to speculation that this flight today may be holding migrants.
- “The minute even a small fraction of what those border towns deal with every day is brought to their front door, they go berserk, and they’re so upset that this is happening,” DeSantis noted, calling out the hypocrisy.
BIDEN’S PAST COMMENTS ON WELCOMING ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS:
“I would, in fact, make sure that there is, we immediately surge to the border – all those people are seeking asylum, they deserve to be heard,” Biden said during a Sep 2019 Democratic presidential debate.
- In March 2022, President Biden increased funding by 700% for “noncitizen processing and care,” including more flights and ground transportation for illegal immigrants as well as debit cards and cell phones.
- “Yes, if you have folks that are inclined to think Florida is a good place, our message to them is we are not a sanctuary state, and it’s better to be able to go to a sanctuary jurisdiction,” DeSantis said in a press conference last week. “And yes we will help facilitate that transport for you, to be able to go to greener pastures.”