While the liberal left has been up in arms over Texas’ continued busing of migrants to liberal locales all over the country, it has become impossible to deny that the practice has become an extremely effective piece of immigration advocacy in that it has everyone in this great nation of ours now in the debate.
It also had the collateral effect of exposing the liberal elite’s pro-immigration charade after residents of Martha’s Vineyard began complaining about their visitors the minute that the cameras were turned off.
And so the campaign continues, this time with Texas Governor Greg Abbott testing the mettle and motto of the City of Brotherly Love.
A bus carrying migrants departed Tuesday from Texas and is expected to arrive in Philadelphia, the latest city targeted by Gov. Greg Abbott as a drop-off point for illegal immigrants in an effort to bring attention to the Biden administration’s border policies.
Abbott has already sent hundreds of buses with illegal immigrants to Chicago, New York City and Washington, D.C., in recent months.Trending:
“Since April, Texas’ busing strategy has successfully provided much-needed relief to our border communities overwhelmed by the historic influx of migrants caused by President Biden’s reckless open border policies,” Abbott said in a statement.
“Until the Biden Administration does its job and provides Texans and the American people with sustainable border security, Texas will continue doing more than any other state in the nation’s history to defend against an invasion along the border, including adding more sanctuary cities like Philadelphia as drop-off locations for our busing strategy,” he added.
Abbott wasn’t shy about his intentions.
“Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has long-celebrated and fought for sanctuary city status, making the city an ideal addition to Texas’ list of drop-off locations,” a news release from the governor’s office said.
The Biden administration has been rather negligent in their duties at the border throughout the President’s first term, which is what has made this busing campaign necessary.