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Exposed Flight Records Show DeSantis’ Plane Scheduled to Fly Immigrants to Biden’s Home in Delaware

On Monday, an independent writer exposed the flight records for one of Ron DeSantis’s flights to Martha’s Vineyard. The flight was scheduled to take a stop in a small airport near Biden’s house in Delaware.

Judd Legum, who writes his publication, Popular Information, showed the flight records that included a stop at Georgetown(GED) where presumably the migrants would take a tour down to Biden’s home.

On Tuesday, a civil rights law firm filed a federal class action lawsuit against DeSantis and others for transporting around 50 immigrants from San Antonio, Texas, to Martha’s Vineyard, without shelter or resources in place.

DeSantis’ spokeswoman, Taryn Fenske, slammed the class action lawsuit as “political theater” perpetrated by “opportunistic activists.”

“If these activists spent even a fraction of this time and effort at the border, perhaps some accountability would be brought to the Biden Administration’s reckless border policies that entice illegal immigrants to make dangerous and often lethal journeys through Central America and put their lives in the hands of cartels and Coyotes,” Fenske said to Fox News.

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Fenske provided Fox News with a copy of the consent form they signed before boarding the plane, which was available in both Spanish and English.

“It was clearly voluntary, and all the other nonsense you’re hearing is just not true,” DeSantis told Fox News’ Sean Hannity. “And why wouldn’t they want to go, given where they were?”

DeSantis explained himself further on The Hannity show saying, “They were in really, really bad shape, there are jobs available in Martha’s Vineyard. There is lodging available in Martha’s Vineyard. Had they lived up to … what they bill themselves out as a sanctuary jurisdiction, they could have absorbed those people without a problem.”

Three governors have sent nearly 13,000 migrants to Washington D.C., New York City, Chicago, and Martha’s Vineyard since April.

The two parties are extremely divided on this issue, while the left heralded the lawsuit as gospel, the right gave the Florida governor a standing ovation over the move on Sunday.

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