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Not welcome in Martha’s Vineyard

weekend blog

I don’t have a story today.

But to return to the tale of how Florida Governor Ron DeSantis shipped about 50 Venezuelan illegal migrants to upmarket Martha’s Vineyard, you’ll probably know that the good (and very rich) folk of Martha’s Vineyard called in the US national guard and had the migrants rounded up and shipped off to an army base. No doubt the Venezuelans will then be sent somewhere else. After all, you wouldn’t expect people like Obama and his wealthy, progressive, liberal, preachy chums to allow unsightly illegal migrants to crowd up the streets of their luxury enclave.

Perhaps amusingly, here’s a sign posted on a building in Martha’s Vineyard before DeSantis sent the illegals there:

Is anyone surprised at the hypocrisy of the ever-so-liberal, holier-than-thou, virtue-signalling, migrant-hugging elites when they actually come face to face with some real migrants?

5 comments to Not welcome in Martha’s Vineyard

  • A Thorpe

    This follow up piece is even more revealing about attitudes than the first.

  • Paul Chambers

    Seems as they are so capable of dealing with the migrants maybe they should be the gateway. The Ellis Island for the 21st century. Show us how to do it.

  • Ed P

    It’s strange that recently no other Democrap-controlled areas have claimed to be sanctuary cities. All mouth and no trousers, as the old saying has it.

  • Landloper

    Thank you, this and yesterday’s post regarding the Republican response to the Democrat open borders farce were priceless.

  • Roy Hartwell

    I do hope they offer these poor migrants swimming lessons as according to the climate agitators, Martha’s Vineyard will be inundated by rising sea levels in the near future !!

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