DeSantis Floats Sending Migrants To Delaware In Response To Biden Admin’s Migrant Flights To Florida


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday floated sending migrants to President Biden’s home state of Delaware, in response to the dozens of migrant flights DeSantis says have landed in Florida at the behest of the Biden administration.

“If they’re going to come here, we’ll provide buses,” DeSantis said of the migrants on the flights. “I will send them to Delaware and do that.”

“If he’s not going to support the border being secure, then he should be able to have everyone there,” he said.

The Republican governor has been ramping up his battle with the administration over migrant flights into Jacksonville. His office told The Washington Examiner that there have been more than 70 flights of migrants into the Sunshine State since the summer.

The Examiner reported that officials said the Biden administration has refused to tell the governor’s office about who is facilitating the flights and other information. DeSantis told Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that the flights operate in the late hours of the night at “one or two or three in the morning.” He added that the flights were “unannounced” and he was given “no notice” and thus no ability to veto the flights.

Republicans have been sounding the alarm for months on flights into the interior of the U. S. and other transports of migrants into non-border states such as Tennessee and New York.

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