Martha’s Vineyard Slammed After Migrants Removed In Under 48 Hours: ‘Someone Else’s Problem Now’

Martha’s Vineyard Slammed After Migrants Removed In Under 48 Hours: ‘Someone Else’s Problem Now’


Martha’s Vineyard was slammed late this week after videos emerged showing the 50 illegal immigrants being removed from the island after they were flown there by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R).

The move by DeSantis ignited what turned into this week’s top national news story as Democrats falsely accused the governor of potentially having engaged in kidnapping and human trafficking.

The illegal immigrants boarded two busses and headed off to Joint Base Cape Cod, where they will be greeted by 125 National Guard troops who were activated to assist.

Buses have arrived in Edgartown to transport migrants from St. Andrew’s Parish House.

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There is one big bus and two shorter buses to transport folks off the island. People with bags are taking selfies and hugging volunteers goodbye pic.twitter.com/wuauiZM4Y3

— Samantha

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