Texas Governor Greg Abbott continues to send buses north to sanctuary areas —including right outside Vice President Kamal Harris’ home in Washington D.C. Abbott has shipped more than 8,400 migrants to D.C. since April.
From The New York Post:
The newcomers, who said they came from Nicaragua, were filmed getting off the bus, some wrapped in blankets against the morning chill, carrying their belongings outside the Naval Observatory shortly before 7 a.m.
NBC News’ Gary Grumbach tweeted that the new arrivals — among them young children — were immediately met by volunteers from the humanitarian organization SAMU First Response who assessed their needs and found out their travel plans, before loading them into vans headed for the organization’s headquarters.
During the Biden presidency, migrants have crossed the border in record numbers — with a record-shattering 2.4 million people crossing into the US during the 2022 fiscal year.
Between September and October, at least three buses from Texas brought a total of more than 125 migrants on Harris’ doorstep, after the VP claimed in NBC’s “Meet the Press” interview that the US had a “secure” border.
According to recent Customs and Border Protection data, migrant arrest numbers have almost doubled under the Biden administration and already exceed last year’s record.
More over at The New York Post:
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