Saturday, September 24, 2022

Illegal Aliens Flown to Martha’s Vineyard File Lawsuit Against Ron DeSantis; DeSantis Rips Martha’s Vineyard Lawsuit, Says Biden Treated Migrants ‘horribly’

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Illegal Aliens Flown to Martha’s Vineyard File Lawsuit Against Ron DeSantis:
A handful of illegal aliens flown to the elite coastal island of Martha’s Vineyard on two planes chartered by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) are now suing the governor, claiming the flights violated their Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights.
Late last week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) sent two flights of illegal aliens to Martha’s Vineyard. Quickly after their arrival, officials on the island declared a “humanitarian crisis” and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) intervened to bus the illegal aliens off Martha’s Vineyard to Joint Base Cape Cod.
On Tuesday, illegal aliens flown to Martha’s Vineyard filed a class action lawsuit against DeSantis — represented by lawyers with the non-governmental organizations (NGOs) Alianza Americas and Lawyers for Civil Rights.
The illegal aliens claim in their lawsuit that they were defrauded by DeSantis and promised employment, housing, and food when they arrived on Martha’s Vineyard:
The individual Plaintiffs were among the immigrants on those planes. All of them were subject to the same pattern and practice of inducement and deceit in the days leading up to their arrival in Martha’s Vineyard, orchestrated by Defendant DeSantis and implemented by the other Defendants. [Emphasis added] --->READ MORE HERE
DeSantis rips Martha’s Vineyard lawsuit, says Biden treated migrants ‘horribly’:
A defiant Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who was hit with a class-action lawsuit for flying a group of roughly 50 Venezuelans to Martha’s Vineyard, blasted the Biden administration for treating migrants “horribly” and said sanctuary cities have to “bear the brunt” of the open border policy.
“Those migrants are being treated horribly by [President] Biden. They were hungry, homeless; they had no no opportunity at all,” the Republican governor said during a news conference in Bradenton, Fla., on Tuesday.
“It was volunteer, offered transport to sanctuary jurisdictions, because it’s our view that, one, the border should be secured, and we want to have Biden reinstitute policies like ‘Remain in Mexico’ and make sure that people aren’t overwhelming,” he continued.
“But short of that, if you believe in open borders, and this is sanctuary jurisdictions that should have to bear the brunt of the open borders. So that’s what we’re doing,” he said.
DeSantis, who is running for a second term in Florida and is a likely Republican presidential hopeful in 2024, is being sued in federal court for a “fraudulent and discriminatory scheme” to transport the migrants to the island on the Massachusetts coast. --->READ MORE HERE
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