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New Song ‘Martha’s Vineyard Invasion’ Goes Viral MOCKING the Hypocrisy of Liberal Cities Attitudes Towards Illegal Immigrants

On Friday, BlazeTV host Chris Pather wrote a song about Martha’s Vineyard meltdown after receiving over 50 migrants from border cities who see thousands of migrants cross their borders everyday. The song went viral and is a must-see!

 “Bring your hungry, bring your weary, bring your sick, and bring your poor, but keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard, don’t come back no more.

“They say they don’t want criminals in this town of ours, maybe try Chicago and not Obama’s yard. Bring your hungry, bring your weary, bring your sick, and bring your poor, but keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard, don’t come back no more.

“They claim to have compassion, then promise streets of gold — when you come a’knockin’, signs all say we’re closed!

“Bring your hungry, bring your weary, bring your sick, and bring your poor, but keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard, don’t come back no more!

“Keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard, they don’t want you, señor.”

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The song mocks liberal cities welcoming immigrants in theory, but when they arrive they are not welcome.

Christina Pushaw, former press secretary for Ron DeSantis, said that Martha’s Vineyard residents “should be thrilled” about welcoming migrants. “They vote for sanctuary cities—they get a sanctuary city of their own. And illegal aliens will increase the town’s diversity, which is strength. Right?” She wrote on Twitter.

Tucker Carlson mocked this same concept saying, “You can imagine the unrestrained jubilation on Martha’s Vineyard tonight, long-suffering islanders finally rescued from their own oppressive whiteness. In fact, let’s go there now to check in on the celebrations.”

Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker asked for donations rather than organizing their support efforts.

“The Commonwealth greatly appreciates the many generous offers of donations and help from people and organizations across the state,” the administration wrote. “Individuals and organizations looking to support emergency relief efforts like this should send an email to the Massachusetts Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters at MAVOAD@gmail.com.”

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