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  • #46

    It’s not going to be the same Martha’s Vineyard in a few short years, but it’s going to be great. The residents of Martha’s Vineyard are soon going to be getting a long overdue education and many conservatives can hardly wait to watch.
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    I hope they send so many Latino immigrants there will have to rename the place MARTA'S VINEYARD

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    • #47
      Charlamagne Tha God APPLAUDS DeSantis and Abbott as 'geniuses' for sending migrants to sanctuary city blue states and says it will expose Democrats' hypocrisy for NOT wanting migrants either
      • Charlamagne Tha God said on a Comedy Central show he believes the GOP governors bussing immigrants to Democrat-led cities is 'genius'
      • The longtime radio host held a panel and discussed what he believes is the 'hypocrisy of Democrats' as they too don't want immigrants in their cities
      • Comedian Roy Wood Jr. said the sanctuary cities are the 'same cities that ship out their homeless people to the outside counties,'
      • Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sent approximately 2,500 migrants to New York City while DeSantis flew 50 Venezuelan immigrants to Martha's Vineyard
      • GOP officials say they're keen to give liberal sanctuary cities an insight into the strain uncontrolled illegal immigration
      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ue-states.html

      “put on the full armor of God” to fight the “destructive agenda of Joe Biden"... Ronald Dion DeSantis, 8/2022

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      • #48
        Go governor, GO! 🤣



        DeSantis Sending Migrants Near Biden’s Delaware House TODAY?
        by daniel_g2 hours ago2 hours ago

        After sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, it appears Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has another destination in mind for illegals crossing the border. Delaware!


        One of the planes used to fly illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard is currently scheduled to travel from San Antonio to Florida.

        Afterward, it’s scheduled to land at a small airport near Biden’s house in Delaware.
        One of the planes used in DeSantis’ Martha’s Vineyard stunt is currently scheduled to travel tomorrow from San Antonio, to Florida, to a small airport near Biden’s house in Delaware pic.twitter.com/4yejy32wmi

        — Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) September 20, 2022



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        DeSantis Airlines may have a dropoff later today in Delaware. Near Biden's house. https://t.co/4qDb5ZIDJP

        — Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) September 20, 2022



        Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar has no problem with the Biden Administration flooding the southern border with illegal immigrants.

        However, he throws a tantrum with the migrants DeSantis is sending to sanctuary communities.

        DeSantis pushed back against the sheriff’s bogus, politicized investigation.

        NATIONAL POLL: Are You Happy Melania Replaced Michelle As First Lady?

        From Florida’s Voice:
        “Immigrants have been more than willing to leave Bexar County after being abandoned, homeless, and ‘left to fend for themselves.’ Florida gave them an opportunity to seek greener pastures in a sanctuary jurisdiction that offered greater resources for them, as we expected,” said Taryn Fenske, the communications director for Gov. Ron DeSantis, in response to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office announcement.

        Florida’s Voice previously reported on the published brochures given to the migrants before boarding the flights. The brochure told migrants where they would be going and listed a variety of benefits and services Massachusetts provided to some refugees. The information was taken directly from the Massachusetts’ government website.

        DeSantis took his comments further Monday night.

        Gov. Ron DeSantis: “They said they were a sanctuary destination. These were people who were basically destitute and then put into a situation where they could have succeeded but that was all virtue signaling. And not only did they not welcome them, they deported them the next day with the National Guard. Give me a break!”
        "Let's Go Brandon" - Kelli Stavast, NBC news, 10/2/21

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        • #49
          Libwithaclue no sweat sleepy joe has a wall around his house 😁😁
          God Bless Our Troops At Home And Abroad .

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          • #50
            Originally posted by 19pct View Post
            Libwithaclue no sweat sleepy joe has a wall around his house 😁😁
            I know a big wall built with our tax dollars.
            "Let's Go Brandon" - Kelli Stavast, NBC news, 10/2/21

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            • #51

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              • #52
                Martha's Meltdown Model

                BY VICTOR DAVIS HANSON 12:15 AM ON SEPTEMBER 22, 2022
                Share Tweet Screenshot via YouTube/NationalConservatism Martha’s Vineyard has been all over the news.

                The tony resort community so loves aiding and comforting the undocumented immigrants who were flown in from Florida that it hugged them — for all of 48 hours.

                Oddly, the Left became unhinged when red-state governors — whose states the last two years were flooded with some 3 million people who entered the country illegally — finally decided to spread welcoming chores among affluent blue-state communities.

                It was a natural fit.

                Most, like Washington, D.C., and New York, were on record as sanctuary city jurisdictions. In the abstract, they endorse open borders and celebrate diversity — from the serenity of thousands of miles away.

                The uproar at Martha’s Vineyard prompted the Democratic hierarchy to do some explaining. Why had it not earlier objected to the federal government night flights of tens of thousands of border-crossers to red-state communities that had opposed illegal immigration?

                Related: DeSantis Isn’t Sweating The Migrant Class Action Lawsuit. Here’s Why

                And why be angry with governors who were only emulating that policy by flying in a mere 50 newcomers — in the light of day — to a far wealthier and liberal-minded sanctuary resort?

                Florida Governor Ron DeSantis gave the nearly all-white, rich vacation spot an opportunity to match noble words with even nobler deeds. But in response, the 1 percent screamed that their small community could not possibly cope with a mere 50 new arrivals.

                So far, wealthy progressive enclaves in Malibu, Aspen, and Napa have not stepped up to alleviate the “burden” put on their Martha’s Vineyard brethren.

                They should ask how does a poor Yuma or El Paso sustain hundreds of thousands crossing illegally into their communities — once Joe Biden effectively rendered federal immigration law null and void?

                The Martha’s Vineyard vacation mansion of the Obamas is currently vacant, as are most of his neighbors’ estates. Their sizable and expansive grounds could still serve as ideal centers for hundreds of immigrants to camp out.

                Almost all arrivals would surely prefer the Obama estate, scenery, and view than crowding among the impoverished at the border.

                Here where I live in southern Fresno County, California, often ground-zero for those arriving without documentation, receptive communities try hard to make space for immigrants.

                On my avenue, small farmhouses are now rented to landlords who often manage to accommodate 20 or 30 immigrants on their small lots.

                In fact, almost all farmhouses in my environs are surrounded by trailers, shacks, and sheds where hundreds of the undocumented live — to the total indifference of the state and utter neglect of California’s left-wing elite.

                Instead, our apartheid living elite virtue signal that increased crime, gangs, drug smuggling, prostitution, and child trafficking do not accompany open borders.

                From personal experience, I can attest that many have found otherwise.

                But, to be fair, Martha’s Vineyard could serve as a permanent way station for border-crossers. That way it might offer a more disinterested long-term assessment of the impact of illegal immigration on U.S. social services and communities.

                The Vineyard could also offer the nation a test case to ascertain whether the frantic panic of its privileged reveals their xenophobic racism and stereotyping — or if those are all too understandable reactions to the politically driven, reckless, and inhumane open-borders policies of the Biden administration.

                This new idea of redirecting undocumented immigrants from swamped communities on the border to more supportive sanctuary well-off cities might also serve as an ethical model for us all on a variety of other issues.

                For those who object to establishing grounds for the homeless far away from urban parks and downtowns, might they instead offer their own yards to help spread the burden among the entire community?

                For those who mocked the efficacy of border walls, might they take a vow not to erect walls around their own estates?

                For those who decry the inordinate carbon footprints of the consumer classes, might they pledge not to fly in private jets until catastrophic climate change abates?

                For those who believe that natural gas is too carbonized a fuel to generate electricity or warm homes, can they pledge not to heat swimming pools or cool down their homes below 78 degrees?

                For those who supported defunding the police and decriminalizing an array of previous misdemeanors and felonies, might they highlight the ensuing safety and security by not hiring private security guards?

                For those who call for extensive gun control and decry the ubiquity of handguns, might they pledge not to hire armed security details?

                For those who feel that charter schools undermine the public schools as much as unionized faculty empower them, might they eschew private prep schools?

                The Martha’s Vineyard experience marks a unique opportunity for modern bicoastal progressivism.

                View it as a landmark teachable moment to prove to the nation that leftists’ loud theories and Utopian agendas merely reflect — rather than are at odds with — their own prior concrete and well-lived experiences.​


                https://pjmedia.com/columns/victor-d...model-n1631309
                "Let's Go Brandon" - Kelli Stavast, NBC news, 10/2/21

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by LibwithaClue View Post
                  Martha's Meltdown Model

                  BY VICTOR DAVIS HANSON 12:15 AM ON SEPTEMBER 22, 2022
                  Share Tweet Screenshot via YouTube/NationalConservatism Martha’s Vineyard has been all over the news.

                  The tony resort community so loves aiding and comforting the undocumented immigrants who were flown in from Florida that it hugged them — for all of 48 hours.

                  Oddly, the Left became unhinged when red-state governors — whose states the last two years were flooded with some 3 million people who entered the country illegally — finally decided to spread welcoming chores among affluent blue-state communities.

                  It was a natural fit.

                  Most, like Washington, D.C., and New York, were on record as sanctuary city jurisdictions. In the abstract, they endorse open borders and celebrate diversity — from the serenity of thousands of miles away.

                  The uproar at Martha’s Vineyard prompted the Democratic hierarchy to do some explaining. Why had it not earlier objected to the federal government night flights of tens of thousands of border-crossers to red-state communities that had opposed illegal immigration?

                  Related: DeSantis Isn’t Sweating The Migrant Class Action Lawsuit. Here’s Why

                  And why be angry with governors who were only emulating that policy by flying in a mere 50 newcomers — in the light of day — to a far wealthier and liberal-minded sanctuary resort?

                  Florida Governor Ron DeSantis gave the nearly all-white, rich vacation spot an opportunity to match noble words with even nobler deeds. But in response, the 1 percent screamed that their small community could not possibly cope with a mere 50 new arrivals.

                  So far, wealthy progressive enclaves in Malibu, Aspen, and Napa have not stepped up to alleviate the “burden” put on their Martha’s Vineyard brethren.

                  They should ask how does a poor Yuma or El Paso sustain hundreds of thousands crossing illegally into their communities — once Joe Biden effectively rendered federal immigration law null and void?

                  The Martha’s Vineyard vacation mansion of the Obamas is currently vacant, as are most of his neighbors’ estates. Their sizable and expansive grounds could still serve as ideal centers for hundreds of immigrants to camp out.

                  Almost all arrivals would surely prefer the Obama estate, scenery, and view than crowding among the impoverished at the border.

                  Here where I live in southern Fresno County, California, often ground-zero for those arriving without documentation, receptive communities try hard to make space for immigrants.

                  On my avenue, small farmhouses are now rented to landlords who often manage to accommodate 20 or 30 immigrants on their small lots.

                  In fact, almost all farmhouses in my environs are surrounded by trailers, shacks, and sheds where hundreds of the undocumented live — to the total indifference of the state and utter neglect of California’s left-wing elite.

                  Instead, our apartheid living elite virtue signal that increased crime, gangs, drug smuggling, prostitution, and child trafficking do not accompany open borders.

                  From personal experience, I can attest that many have found otherwise.

                  But, to be fair, Martha’s Vineyard could serve as a permanent way station for border-crossers. That way it might offer a more disinterested long-term assessment of the impact of illegal immigration on U.S. social services and communities.

                  The Vineyard could also offer the nation a test case to ascertain whether the frantic panic of its privileged reveals their xenophobic racism and stereotyping — or if those are all too understandable reactions to the politically driven, reckless, and inhumane open-borders policies of the Biden administration.

                  This new idea of redirecting undocumented immigrants from swamped communities on the border to more supportive sanctuary well-off cities might also serve as an ethical model for us all on a variety of other issues.

                  For those who object to establishing grounds for the homeless far away from urban parks and downtowns, might they instead offer their own yards to help spread the burden among the entire community?

                  For those who mocked the efficacy of border walls, might they take a vow not to erect walls around their own estates?

                  For those who decry the inordinate carbon footprints of the consumer classes, might they pledge not to fly in private jets until catastrophic climate change abates?

                  For those who believe that natural gas is too carbonized a fuel to generate electricity or warm homes, can they pledge not to heat swimming pools or cool down their homes below 78 degrees?

                  For those who supported defunding the police and decriminalizing an array of previous misdemeanors and felonies, might they highlight the ensuing safety and security by not hiring private security guards?

                  For those who call for extensive gun control and decry the ubiquity of handguns, might they pledge not to hire armed security details?

                  For those who feel that charter schools undermine the public schools as much as unionized faculty empower them, might they eschew private prep schools?

                  The Martha’s Vineyard experience marks a unique opportunity for modern bicoastal progressivism.

                  View it as a landmark teachable moment to prove to the nation that leftists’ loud theories and Utopian agendas merely reflect — rather than are at odds with — their own prior concrete and well-lived experiences.​


                  https://pjmedia.com/columns/victor-d...model-n1631309
                  VDH-goes for the heart with a spear. Spearing libtardia as the racist elitist scum they are.
                  ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL. THEN GOD CREATED DESTROYER SAILORS.

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                  • #54
                    “put on the full armor of God” to fight the “destructive agenda of Joe Biden"... Ronald Dion DeSantis, 8/2022

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                    • #55
                      REVEALED: The shocking numbers that show the unprecedented impact of illegal immigration into America that should make EVERY politician wake up to the crisis — as exposed by TODD BENSMAN's expert analysis
                      • For the first time, US Border Patrol reported 2.15 million encounters with migrants on the southern border
                      • Under Biden, an average 139,000 illegal migrants entered the US every month
                      • CBP reported 900,000 'gotaways,' which is a term that describes individuals who they suspect were able to evade capture, between Oct '21 and August '22
                      • The Biden administration has legally paroled some 1.4 million family members and unaccompanied minors into America
                      • 107,742 unaccompanied children were released to sponsors inside the U.S from October '21 to July '22
                      • The Biden presidency could easily end with seven million or more new migrants in America – a population larger than Los Angeles and Chicago combined




                      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...D-BENSMAN.html
                      “put on the full armor of God” to fight the “destructive agenda of Joe Biden"... Ronald Dion DeSantis, 8/2022

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                      • #56
                        Poll: Plurality of Swing Voters Back Ron DeSantis Flying Illegal Aliens to Martha’s Vineyard

                        https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...yard-desantis/
                        “put on the full armor of God” to fight the “destructive agenda of Joe Biden"... Ronald Dion DeSantis, 8/2022

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