Sunday, September 18, 2022

Greg Abbott Sends Two Buses of Migrants to Kamala Harris’ D.C. Residence After She Called Border “secure”; Busloads of Illegal Immigrants Arrive at Kamala Harris’ Washington Home: ‘I wanted to claim asylum’; Harris ignores question on migrants arriving outside residence after 'secure' border claim

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Greg Abbott sends two buses of migrants to Kamala Harris’ D.C. residence after she called border “secure”:
The migrant busing policy, which Abbott started as a way to antagonize the White House over its border policies, appears to be catching on among other GOP governors. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis chartered two planes of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday.
Gov. Greg Abbott sent two more buses of migrants to the nation’s capital on Thursday that were dropped off near the residence of Vice President Kamala Harris in a move that appears to be a response to her statements earlier this week that the border is “secure.”
“We did [send them],” Abbott said to Lubbock radio station KFYO. “She’s the border czar, and we felt that if she won’t come down to see the border, if President [Joe] Biden will not come down and see the border, we will make sure they see it firsthand. … And listen, there’s more where that came from.”
The buses contained between 75 and 100 people, according to Fox News, and arrived outside of the Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C., where Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff reside. Over the weekend, Harris stoked conservative outrage after appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss border safety.
“The border is secure, but we also have a broken immigration system, in particular over the last four years before we came in, and it needs to be fixed,” she told host Chuck Todd. --->READ MORE HERE
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Busloads of illegal immigrants arrive at Kamala Harris’ Washington home: ‘I wanted to claim asylum’:
Two busloads of illegal immigrants sent by the governor of Texas arrived in front of the Naval Observatory, where Vice President Kamala Harris lives.
“We knew we were coming to Washington, D.C., but no one told us we would be let off in front of the vice president’s residence,” said Deilinyn Mendoza, a 25-year-old male migrant from Caracas, Venezuela.
Mr. Mendoza arrived with his wife on one of the buses from Texas. The couple told The Washington Times they came to the U.S. to build a better life.
“I wanted to claim asylum because there are better opportunities for myself and my family,” Mr. Mendoza said.
His wife said they left Venezuela because the country is financially collapsing. “We took the bus because I didn’t have any money to take an airplane here,” she said.
They entered the U.S. by wading across the Rio Grande, they said. --->READ MORE HERE
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