“Florida may confirm two planes with illegal immigrants who arrived in Martha’s vineyard today was part of of state resettlement program to transport illegal immigrants to places of asylum,” the statement said.
“States like Massachusetts, New York and California will make it easier to leave of this people who they invited into our country, encouraging illegal immigration through their designation as “states of asylum” and support for the Biden administration’s open border policy.”
About 50 migrants arrived. on Martha’s Vineyard Wednesday on two aircraft, according to Massachusetts Senator Julian Cyr, Democrat who presents Martha’s Vineyard. Two planes arrived just after 3:00 pm, Sir said, and the white vans took migrants to public services Martha’s Vineyard.
“There was no advance notification anyone in As far as I know, these migrants were coming to Martha’s Vineyard or Massachusetts,” Cyr said.
“The island struggled to respond,” he said. added. “They are basically set up shelters, analogue of hurricane or Nor’Easter. They are set what up in question of hours and these families got food. They passed the test for Covid and spend the night in shelters in several churches on island.”
Municipal employees and civil servants are in touch next steps but sir emphasized that now the focus supporting migrants who arrived.
Migrants released from government guardianship often move to other cities in United States when they go through immigration procedures. It is not clear where the migrants come from who arrived in Martha’s vineyard sprang up or whether they knew where they were going.
DeSantis’s statement provoked a strong reaction from representatives of the Democratic Party on Wednesday. in Florida.
“Even for Ron DeSantis is new low,” said Florida Democratic Party chairman Manny Diaz. in statement. “There’s nothing that DeSantis won’t do and nobody that he won’t hurt. in order score political points.”
Charlie Crist, Democratic nominee for governor of Florida, said in statement: “This just another political trick that harms our state. 4.5 million immigrants tonight who call Florida home should be wondering if they next.”
Chenel Woody of CNN, Jessica Prather and Steve Contorno contributed to this report.