Immigrants sent from DeSantis to Martha’s Vineyard say they were able to find work quickly when told they were going to Boston.

Immigrants at Martha's Vineyard

Volunteers socialize outside St Andrews Episcopal Church. On Wednesday night, his two planes of immigrants from Venezuela suddenly arrived at Martha’s Vineyard.The Boston Globe by Jonathan Wiggs/Getty Images

  • According to NPR, the immigrants boarded a plane in Texas after being told they would find a job in Boston.

  • Instead, the plane went to Martha’s Vineyard as part of a political stunt by the Governor of Florida.

  • The legality of the move is under scrutiny.

The immigrants sent by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, to fan the liberals said they were going to Boston. NPR reported.

NPR interviewed three immigrants and was part of a group of 50 people. Two charter flights from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard.

Part of Massachusetts, the island is famous as a vacation spot for wealthy liberals like Barack Obama and John Kerry who own real estate there.

According to NPR, the immigrants lured them to board a plane from a San Antonio shelter with the promise of expedited work permits in Boston by a woman they identified as “Perla.”

“She (Perla) offered us help, but no help came.” “Now we are here. I took it with me on the plane.”

When asked why he took the flight with limited information, he said:

The migrants reportedly did not know where they were when they got off the plane, and local authorities received no warning of their arrival.

DeSantis appears eager to spread chaos on immigration flights, issuing a statement via a spokesperson saying the burden of immigration care is just a dessert for Democratic areas that favor more flexible border policies. said.

Instead, Locals gathered to provide shelter, food and medical care upon arrival.

The legality of the stunt is under scrutiny, California Governor Gavin Newsom Seeking a federal investigation into possible violations of extortion and kidnapping laws.

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