As Democratic immigration policies continue to drown our nation’s border states in the undue burden of illegal immigration, Texas has been working to spread the responsibility around.
For weeks now, buses have been taking migrants to liberal cities such as Chicago and The Big Apple, allowing these Democratically-run locales an opportunity to share their immigrant-first ethos with those who’ve come to America seeking a new life.
This week, the Lone Star State added a new destination to their interstate relocation initiative, and it just so happens to be one of the liberal elites’ most beloved vacation areas.
A Massachusetts state senator said Wednesday that dozens of migrants arrived on Martha’s Vineyard Wednesday afternoon via charter flights.
Julian Cyr, the state representative serving Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket, claimed that the charter flights arrived from Texas.
The group of approximately 50 Venezuelan migrants, some of them children, were brought to Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, where they were given snacks and shelter. They were being cared for Wednesday night by two shelters in Edgartown.
Locals appeared eager to help.
“We’re going to take care of you,” Dukes County Sheriff Robert Ogden told the migrants, according to the Martha’s Vineyard Times.
Others were chipping in as well.
Barb Rush and others at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on Summer Street in Edgartown have been working all day to help the families she says are from Venezuela, some with children as young as 2.
“Many of them seem overwhelmed,” Rush said. “We’ve received calls from restaurants offering food, people trying to help. It’s amazing.”
Given the warm reception that these migrants received at Martha’s Vineyard, it would not be surprising to see similar charter flights arriving in the near future.