Migrants Flown To Martha’s Vineyard Were ‘Homeless, Hungry, Sleeping In Parking Lots’

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  • The 50 illegal immigrants that were flown to Martha’s Vineyard last week were effectively “wandering homeless along the border” before they were flown to the sanctuary city, senior Florida officials said Monday.
  • The news comes after Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) had two planes land in Martha’s Vineyard as part of “the state’s relocation program to transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations,” an official for the administration said last week.
  • “The majority if not all of the individuals that originated in Texas and ended up on the flight to Martha’s Vineyard were indeed homeless, hungry, sleeping outside in parking lots,” the officials said.

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