Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) received a standing ovation at a rally in Kansas City, Missouri, on Sunday when he alluded to his transportation of 50 illegal immigrants from Florida to the wealthy leftist enclave of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
DeSantis made his remarks at a rally in Olathe, Kansas, for Kansas state Attorney General Derek Schmidt, the GOP gubernatorial candidate. The arrival of the immigrants and the subsequent effort to get them transported posthaste from the wealthy island dominated the news last week.
“The one place in the country where we see virtually no law and order is at the southern border. And this is a crisis,” DeSantis said, before saying with a grin. “It’s now getting a little more attention.”
That prompted a standing ovation from the crowd