BREAKING: Democrat Sheriff Launches Investigation Into Migrants Being Sent To Martha’s Vineyard

BREAKING: Democrat Sheriff Launches Investigation Into Migrants Being Sent To Martha’s Vineyard

A Democrat sheriff announced Monday that his office has launched an investigation into Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (D) operation sending 50 illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard last week, although he did not name any suspects.

Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar’s said in a statement that his office “has opened an investigation into the migrants that were lured from the Migrant Resource Center, located in Bexar County, TX, and flown to Florida, where they were ultimately left to fend for themselves in Martha’s Vineyard, MA.”

“Additionally, we are working with private attorneys who are representing the victims, as well as advocacy organizations regarding this incident,” he continued. “We are also preparing to work with any federal agencies that have concurrent jurisdiction, should the need arise.”

DeSantis said at a press conference that the people who were contracted gave the illegal immigrants a release form to sign and a packet that included a map of Martha’s Vineyard. “So it was obvious that that’s where they were going and they gave that to them,” DeSantis added.

Florida’s Voice reported Monday that they obtained one of the brochures that the illegal immigrants were given prior to heading to Martha’s Vineyard. The publication said that they confirmed the information with the governor’s office.

The brochure, which is written in both English and Spanish, is titled: “Massachusetts Refugee Benefits/Massachusetts Beneficios para Refugiados,” and includes pictures of Massachusetts.

Florida’s Voice said that the brochure contained information “directly from the Massachusetts government website.”

BREAKING: Florida’s Voice has confirmed with Ron DeSantis’ office the below brochure was given to migrants who were voluntarily flown to Martha’s Vineyard

The brochure contains information directly from the Massachusetts government website

— Florida’s Voice (@FLVoiceNews) September 19, 2022

Salazar claimed without evidence that the illegal immigrants were in the U.S. “legally” and that they had “every right to be” where they were.

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