Just like that, migrants back on busses and shipped off swanky Martha’s Vineyard — with Nat’l Guard help!

It was rather clear from the outset that Martha’s Vineyard residents did not want the illegal immigrants who were flown into the wealthy enclave to hang around, citing the lack of housing and services to care for 50 people as their reasoning.

And it didn’t take long to have the migrants shipped out — AFTER a flurry of media hits using the illegal immigrants as a backdrop to denounce Republicans as cruel and inhumane.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent two small planes to Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday and less than 24 hours later the migrants were being bussed out, heading to Joint Base Cape Cod after local officials declared a humanitarian emergency, according to NBC News.

It was all billed as one big ol’ lovefest, of course:

As for DeSantis, he did not back down from the criticism that even came from President Biden, the man responsible for the southern border being overrun by an invasion of illegal immigrants — the Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates that 4.9 million illegal immigrants have crossed into the United States since Biden took office some 20 months ago.

“Republicans are playing politics with human beings, using them as props. What they’re doing is simply wrong, it’s un-American, it’s reckless,” Biden said.

“The minute even a small fraction of what those border towns deal with every day is brought to their front door, they go berserk, and they’re so upset that this is happening,” DeSantis said on Wednesday. “And it just shows you their virtue signaling is a fraud, OK?”

“Now what would be best is for Biden to do his damn job and secure the border,” he added.

On Thursday, two migrant buses from Del Rio, Texas, totaling over 100 illegal immigrants, were sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to Washington, D.C., with the occupants disembarking near Vice President Kamala Harris’s residence at the Naval Observatory.

The great irony here is that the residence is protected by a fence, as social media users noted:

Of course, the left accused DeSantis and Abbott of human trafficking, yet officials on the island appear to be engaging in the same behavior in “deporting” the migrants.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:


Meanwhile, the crisis at the border doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon:

Tom Tillison


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