Seen on social media: Martha’s Vineyard problem

. . . And they have already shipped the illegal aliens off to a military base on Cape Cod, where the U.S. government can deal with them.

Vineyard Gazette

Buses Roll Out as Migrants Head to Ferry and on to Joint Base Cape Cod

The 10 a.m. bells of St. Andrew’s Church in Edgartown began ringing as about 50 mostly Venezuelan migrants boarded Vineyard Transit Authority buses to take them to the ferry and then to a military facility on Cape Cod.

In a news release, Gov. Charlie Baker said the migrants who arrived unannounced by plane Wednesday on Martha’s Vineyard would be provided shelter and humanitarian support at Joint Base Cape Cod.

[. . .] Joint Base Cape Cod covers 22,000 acres in Barnstable County and includes Camp Edwards and Otis Air Force base. It was previously designated by MEMA as an emergency shelter.

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10 Responses to Seen on social media: Martha’s Vineyard problem

  1. Stella says:

    Federalist Editor Elle Purnell, however, outlined a dozen “stunning” vacation homes available to house the few dozen arrivals who inaugurated diversity on the majority-white island. While options run between $1,600 to $20,000 a night, New York City Democrat Mayor Eric Adams plans to spend up to $300 million to house the more than 6,000 migrants who’ve arrived in the Big Apple courtesy of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott over the next year. Poor Texas border towns, meanwhile, routinely see more than 7,000 new migrant arrivals on a daily basis.

    “Residents of Martha’s Vineyard overwhelmingly support illegal immigration and call for more diversity,” wrote DeSantis spokeswoman Christina Pushaw on Twitter. “Governor DeSantis was kind enough to grant their wishes.”

    The 50 new arrivals on Martha’s Vineyard, however, are now being deported to the Joint Base Cape Cod located on the mainland.

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  5. Pa Hermit says:

    If they complain, ship another couple plane loads! Sooner or later it will get through their thick skulls!


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