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Texas sheriff announces opening of criminal investigation into transportation of Venezuelan group immigration Last week from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
“It is our understanding that Venezuelan immigrants will receive a bird dog fee that we will use to recruit about 50 immigrants from the area around the Immigration Resource Center in San Antonio,” said Sheriff Javier Salazar of Bexar County, Texas. I paid what is called
“As we understand it, 48 migrants were lured under the false pretenses of staying at the hotel for a few days,” Salazar said. He flew to Florida before going to Massachusetts.
according to United States of America todaySalazar, an elected Democrat from South Texas, said immigrants From Texas to Martha’s Vineyard “Pretending to be false” they were “promised jobs (and) solutions to some problems”.
“They were taken to Martha’s Vineyard from what we could collect and it was nothing more than a photo shoot and a video op.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said: he was in charge For sending two immigrant planes to his office on Martha’s Vineyard told local news outlets It was part of a “relocation program to transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations.”
“States like Massachusetts, New York, and California have been invited to our country by designating them as ‘sanctuary states’ and encouraging illegal immigration by supporting the Biden administration’s open border policy. It will make caring for these individuals easier,” said DeSantis. The agency told CNN in a statement.
But critics say the move is a political stunt, as the governor of Florida is said to be considering running for higher office.
DeSantis told reporters he would continue to pay to transport migrants detained at the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas to deter them from settling in Florida.The White House criticized him and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for being a tactic by two Republican governors to use immigrants as “political pawns.”
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