Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is getting severe with pushing back against the federal government, the southern border, and anyone who assists the federal government in transporting illegal aliens around the country.
DeSantis wants to pass legislation to block contractors who have helped the feds bring illegal aliens to Florida and stop them from doing business with the state’s government. DeSantis has seen what the southern border crisis has led to after an illegal alien murdered a man in Florida after posing as an unaccompanied minor to gain entry into the country.
On Fox News’ The Ingraham Angle, DeSantis said, “They’ve dropped passengers here on over 70 aircraft in the previous six months. And only a few weeks ago, one of the persons Biden dumped was found murdered in northeast Florida. We believe that if they are going to leave, we should be able to facilitate transfer to locations like Delaware, and so we have $8 million in my new budget to do so.”
Anyone assisting the Biden Administration in moving illegal aliens across the country is not necessarily at fault, but they must accept accountability. There should be a standard of vetting that would stop adults from posing as minors. Oh yeah, that’s already in place. President Joe Biden has created this crisis, and it’s clear that it’s getting out of control.
DeSantis continued, “We’re going to pass legislation that says you can’t do business with the state of Florida or other local governments if you’re aiding Biden’s policies, which are effectively mass human smuggling operations.”
There’s a moral obligation to do the right thing. Doing the right thing might not be as profitable, and business may be more difficult to find, but that doesn’t negate the individual’s responsibility.
Florida isn’t the only state where illegal aliens are being flown. Still, Larry Keefe, Florida public safety czar, told the Washington Examiner, “On average, there are 36 passengers on each of these flights. And that has been going on throughout the summer through September.”
When Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about flights from Texas to New York in the middle of the night, she diverted the middle of the night portion and said, “We’re talking about early flights here, earlier than you’d like to take a trip. It is our legal responsibility to care for unaccompanied minors until they can be quickly reunited with a parent or vetted sponsor, and we take that role seriously.”
Middle of the night means at an inconvenient time for other people? That’s a pretty disastrous answer.