Abbott Says He Will Send Migrants to DC for Joe Biden

Texas Governor Greg Abbott is trolling Joe Biden and Democrats with a championship move.

With the ending of Title 42 on the horizon, Governor Abbott is taking a pre-emptive move to ensure Texas is not overrun with illegal immigrants.

The great state of Texas will be chartering buses and sending all these illegals on a little trip… to D.C.

Just for You, Joe

As of Wednesday, state troopers in Texas will stop and inspect all commercial vehicles coming into the state from the Mexican border.

There has been a rash of illegals stuffed into these vehicles, often more than 100 in a single vehicle, so the order makes sense.

What Abbott does not want to see, however, is the local Texas communities being overrun by these illegals since Joe wants to see them all free.

So, he stated, “To help local officials – because communities are being overwhelmed by hordes of illegal immigrants who are being dropped off by the Biden Administration – Texas is providing charter buses for these illegal immigrants who have been dropped off to Washington, D.C.

“We are sending them to the United States capital where the Biden administration will be able to more immediately address the needs of the people that they are allowing to come across our border.”

Some have already gone on the attack against Abbott, calling it a cheap publicity stunt.

Rep. Cuellar (D-TX) took a different approach, clearing understanding that Abbott is “trying to make a point to D.C. lawmakers.”

For the most part, this border problem does not impact areas like D.C., but that is about to change thanks to Governor Abbott.

Maybe Joe and Kamala can greet them as they get off the bus to give them their new smartphones.

Source: New York Post


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