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by Sep 21, 2022Local News, World News

Between 75 and 100 migrants
who were picked up in Eagle
Pass, Texas, were sent by Texas
Gov. Greg Abbott
WASHINGTON – Two migrant
buses from Del Rio, Texas,
arrived near Vice President
Kamala Harris’ residence
at the Naval Observatory in
Washington, D.C., Thursday

Between 75 and 100 people who
were picked up in Eagle Pass,
Texas, were sent by Texas Gov.
Greg Abbott. The group includes
migrants from Venezuela,
Uruguay, Colombia and Mexico.
Multiple migrants, asked by Fox
News Digital, said they think the
border is open, contrary to what
Harris said Sunday during an

This latest convoy of buses
arrived just hours after Florida
Gov. Ron DeSantis followed
through on his similar promise
to drop off illegal immigrants
in progressive states, sending
two planes full of migrants
to Martha’s Vineyard on
Wednesday. A representative
from a non-governmental
organization called Sanctuary
DMV showed up and told the
migrants they would be going to
a local church.

Marla Bustillos of Sanctuary
DMV said they were “at Union
Station since 6 in the morning
waiting” and “just heard 20
minutes ago that the drop-off
was this one.”

“We’ve already set up a church
and a location — a safe location
for them to tell us where they
need to go next, where they have
relatives,” she continued.

The ongoing relocation of
incoming illegal border-crossers
has become a popular method
of protest for southern states
overrun with migrants that are
feeling ignored by President
Biden’s administration.

“I was surprised to see [the
press] here before we could
get here. So the press knew the
location before we did, some
of the volunteers… it’s very
frustrating,” Bustillos said. “We’re
gonna make it happen, but it
takes a lot of resources, a lot of
effort.” Abbott has sent dozens

of buses filled with bordercrossers to Washington, D.C.,
New York City and Chicago in
recent weeks. Abbott argues
that border towns in Texas are
overwhelmed, and those in
power in D.C. and NYC should
face the realities of the border
crisis. Washington, D.C. Mayor
Muriel Bowser declared a public
emergency last week over the
buses of migrants’ continued
arrival in the city from Texas
and Arizona.

Bowser’s emergency declaration
will set aside funding to
accommodate migrants as
well as create the Office of
Migrant Services. The OMS
will be tasked with providing
temporary accommodations,
urgent medical needs,
transportation” and other
services for migrants. Brianne
Nadeau, a member of the
Council of the District of
Columbia, blamed the governors
of Texas and Arizona for the
city’s public migrant emergency.

Speaking in a situational update
on migrant support alongside
Bowser, she said Thursday that
the city’s systems were not set
up to serve the migrants that
continue to arrive in the city
from the southern states.
“So, it’s been said, but it’s worth
reiterating, that the governors
of Texas and Arizona have
created this crisis. And, the
federal government has not
stepped up to assist the District
of Columbia,” she told reporters.

“So we, along with our regional
partners, we’ll do what we’ve
always done. We’ll rise to the
occasion.” Abbott argues that
border towns in Texas are
overwhelmed, and those in
power in the liberal-run cities
should face the realities of the
border crisis.

Bowser has twice now
requested that the National
Guard be activated to assist with
thousands of migrants arriving
in the nation’s capital. Both
requests have been denied by
the Pentagon.

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