Karine Jean-Pierre has criticized the border state governors who have sent migrants via bus to large cities like New York and Chicago.
A Washington Post reporter asked White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday if President Biden would be happy to see more migrants visit his home state of Delaware as the number of border crossings continues its extraordinary increase.
As a result, the reporter is curious as to whether or not President Biden supports bringing further migrants to the state of Delaware. Jean-Pierre puts it best: “I don’t know.” In contrast, they were sharing the White House.
I really don’t have an answer to your question. The press secretary caved to intense pressure and replied, “OK, I guess that’s the end of that.
Jean-Pierre blasted border state governors for transporting thousands of migrants by bus to big cities like New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. in his opening remarks.
They’ve been secretly deploying them without informing local or federal authorities, as we’ve seen over the previous several months and weeks.”
Within that train of thinking, Jean-Pierre went farther. According to one source, this was carried out with the hope that television news networks would cover the story and use it as a political instrument.
In an effort to draw national attention to the crisis at the border, Texas Governor Greg Abbott bused more than 8,200 migrants to Washington, D.C., 3,300 to New York City, and 1,000 to Chicago this year.
“We have a president who has refused to go witness the catastrophe that he’s generated on the border,” Abbott said at the end of last month on Fox News. “And we have a border czar, Kamala Harris, who has failed to characterize what is happening on there.”
We’ll bring the border to them if they don’t go there, so they can see for themselves how their actions are affecting the entire country.
Roughly fifty migrants have established their new home on the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard, thanks to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s decision last month to charter a plane and bring them there. It was revealed earlier this month that DeSantis intended to move some migrants to the state of Delaware.
Up to this point in the current fiscal year, the number of migrants detained near the southern border has increased dramatically (203,000).
As a result of the latest inflow of migrants, the Biden administration has launched a fresh border enforcement effort with Mexico. The Trump administration has issued a public health order enabling the expulsion of Venezuelan nationals in light of the fast-increasing COVID-19 epidemic in Venezuela. The goal of these initiatives is to increase the frequency of checks and the rate of execution of existing anti-trafficking laws.
Earlier last month, when questioned about the likelihood of a migrant flight to Delaware, then-President Joe Biden recommended that DeSantis should visit the state to see for himself.
Get him to come by any means necessary. According to reports, Biden boasted to the press about America’s beautiful shoreline.