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California Receives a Second Flight of 20 Migrants From Texas

Governor Gavin Newsom and Governor Ron DeSantisPhoto byTwitter

It was only a few days ago that a plan transported 16 migrants to Sacramento, California. Before things could settle, another plane landed in the California city bringing in 20 more migrants.

The migrants were from four countries - 16 were from Venezuela, two from Colombia, one from Nicaragua, and one from Mexico,

Governor Gavin Newsom is already mad at the act of whoever did this. It is still suspected that the Florida government and Governor Ron DeSantis arranged for the two flights.

California Attorney General Rob Bonta said:

"It's called voluntary transportation program and they've hired Vertol Systems, the state of Florida has, to identify migrants in Texas, not Florida, and move them to other states."

After the first flight, the executive director of Sacramento Act Gabby Trejo, helps provide food, clothing, housing, and phones.

She said the act was illegal.

"Do you think it's criminal what happened to them? If I was randomly picked up and lied to and transported this far away, I would want an investigation to be done."

If Florida Governor DeSantis is behind this, he is using a law that his state passed this year. Florida passed a law allowing Governor DeSantis to transport migrants to other locations.

Records show the plane took the exact same flight pattern. The flight left El Paso, Texas, and then stopped in Demming, New Mexico before arriving in Sacramento. The office of New Mexico Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham stressed the importance of federal immigration reform.

Governor Newsom called DeSantis a “small, pathetic man”. He mentioned the Florida governor should be brought up on kidnapping charges.

Governor DeSantis is used to the legal issues since his lawyers had to fight the case when he transported migrants to Martha’s Vineyard last September.

Do you think Governor DeSantis is wrong to fly migrants to California?

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