. . . 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.
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.