What’s worse a U.S. President who refuses to secure our border or a governor flying 50 of the millions who have illegally entered our county to one of the richest zip codes in America?
Median list price: $4.8 million
The small town of Vineyard Haven, in the vacation haven island of Martha’s Vineyard… Today, the harbor is filled with private yachts…
Accessed by ferry (or helicopter if you’re so inclined), the town’s exclusivity and privacy are what keep the prices high and the rich and famous seeking their next vacation home on the island. The list of residents is a who’s who of the rich and famous.
After his transport of illegal immigrants to the posh area of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, elicited widespread approval among conservatives and handwringing among leftists, Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) fired a salvo at the hypocrisy of his detractors, snapping, “Their virtue-signaling is a fraud.”
“We take what is happening at the southern border very seriously, unlike some, and unlike the President of the United States, who has refused to lift a finger to secure that border,” he charged. “You’ve had millions and millions of people pouring across illegally; record amount of fentanyl coming into our country; it is absolutely killing Americans in record numbers; of course you have criminal aliens.”
After noting that huge numbers of people want to emigrate to Florida, he continued, “If you have folks that are inclined to think Florida’s a good place, our message to them is that we are not a sanctuary state, and it’s better to be able to go to a sanctuary jurisdiction, and yes, we will help facilitate that transport for you to be able to go to greener pastures.”
“One of the reasons why we wanted to transport is obviously because it’s expensive if people are coming here,” he explained. “It taxes social services and all these other things. Every community in America should be sharing in the burdens; it shouldn’t all fall on a handful of red states.”
“What would be the best is for Biden to do his damn job and secure the border,” he concluded.