Two busloads of irregular migrants left in front of Kamala Harris’ residence

Two busloads of immigrants left in front of Harris’ house

It has been reported that two small planeloads of irregular immigrants from the US state of Texas to the northeastern state of Massachusetts were tricked into promising to help them find a job.

In a statement made by Massachusetts State Senator Julian Cyr, it was stated that about 50 irregular migrants, mostly from Venezuela, including children, were brought to the island of Martha’s Vineyard, known as the resort city, by air.

While state officials claimed that the planes departing from Texas were financed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, they shared the information that irregular immigrants who came to the island were placed in shelters by meeting all their needs.

“We are not a state of refuge and will gladly facilitate the relocation of illegal immigrants to refuge jurisdictions,” Florida Governor Desantis said in a press release. saying, USAHe underlined that every state of Turkey should share the burden of irregular immigrants.


Amid the escalating political debate about irregular immigrants, two busloads of irregular immigrants from Texas were dumped just outside the residence of US Vice President Kamala Harris in the capital, Washington.

Fox News’ video showed two buses reportedly carrying between 75 and 100 people approaching the vice president’s residence, and irregular migrants, mostly from Venezuela, were later transported to the nearby church by an NGO.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott later shared on Twitter, “Harris claims our border is ‘safe’ and denies the crisis. We are sending migrants into his backyard, calling on the Biden administration to do its job and guard the border.” used the phrases.

Illegal immigrants entering the USA are registered by the border police and taken to shelters by buses. Irregular immigrants whose procedures are completed are free to go anywhere they want in the USA until the court date notified to them.

*The visuals of the news were served by the Associated Press.

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