Texas Gov. Abbott orders illegal immigrants released by Biden administration to be shipped by bus to Washington, D.C.
ยท Apr 7, 2022 ยท NottheBee.com

This is just a boss move all around.

Yesterday Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced orders to have charter buses take illegal immigrants released by the Biden administration directly to Biden's front door โ€” Washington, D.C.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ordered state troopers on Wednesday to begin stopping and inspecting commercial vehicles coming across the U.S-Mexico border and said bus charters would be offered to take illegal migrants to Washington, D.C., in a dig at President Biden and Congress.

With only seven weeks to go until the Biden administration lifts the Title 42 immigration order, Abbott announced multiple measures to protect his state and combat the massive influx of migrants anticipated to cross the border this spring.

Title 42 is the coronavirus protection protocol implement by Trump allowing U.S. border officials to immediately expel migrants who attempt to cross the border illegally without allowing them a chance to claim asylum. Biden is nixing it and by all accounts it will result in a massive surge of immigrants released into the U.S.

Here's part of what Abbott said yesterday:

"To help local officials whose communities are being overwhelmed by hordes of illegal immigration who are being dropped off by the Biden administration, Texas is providing charter buses to send these illegal immigrants who have been dropped off by the Biden administration to Washington, D.C.

"We are taking them to the United States Capitol where the Biden administration will be able to more immediately address the needs of the people that they are allowing to come across our border.

"Texans have a backbone and the will to secure our border. Two things that Joe Biden does not have."

Abbott's signed order has directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management to head up the operation.


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