By
Ryan Ledendecker
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September 18, 2022
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01:45 am

Martha's Vineyard residents send group of 50 migrants packing in less than 48 hours

Moments after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) shipped two chartered planes with a total of 50 illegal immigrants to the wealthy island known as Martha's Vineyard, all hell broke loose, as the border crisis had finally landed on the doorstep of America's snobby elites.

Even though Martha's Vineyard virtue signaled hard when it was trendy and hip to do so, by calling the island a sanctuary for illegals, that was proven to be a hoax, as officials on the island sent the 50 illegal migrants packing in less than 36 hours after their arrival.

According to Breitbart, Gov. DeSantis ripped the Biden administration and Democratic leadership for not holding true to the whole "sanctuary city" idea.

"You didn't see him scrambling to get his Cabinet together when we hit record fentanyl deaths, which that fentanyl is coming across his open border. It's only when you have 50 illegal aliens end up in a very wealthy rich sanctuary enclave that he decides to scramble on this," DeSantis said.

"And so instead of scrambling and worrying about a bunch of rich people, and having 50–  and oh, by the way, they already bussed them out. They're gone," the Republican governor continued.

DeSantis added: "They said we want everyone, no one's illegal, and they're gone within 48 hours."

The deportation of the 50 illegal aliens sparked massive backlash, forcing Democrats to defend the decision to stuff them on buses and send them packing, saying that the military base they were being taken to was better equipped to handle the group, even though some 100,000 empty rooms exist, currently, on Martha's Vineyard, among some $20 billion in luxury real estate.

"Migrants for thee, but not for me!" seems to be the Martha's Vineyard slogan.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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