Officers and resource groups in Martha’s Vineyard, the affluent Massachusetts summer season vacation resort, are scrambling to line up support for persons who arrived without the need of warning from Colombia and Venezuela on Wednesday, September 14. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking credit score for sending the planes of migrants to Martha’s Winery as part of Republican anti-immigration protest among GOP governors, but officials are saying the planes originated in San Antonio.
In accordance to the Vineyard Gazette, 48 people today landed “unexpectedly” at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport. Massachusetts State Sen. Julian Cyr told the regional media outlet that the plane originated in San Antonio. Martha’s Winery airport staff members assumed the flights had been chartered planes carrying company teams for golfing retreats and other functions, which are typical at this level in the year. It was not right until the airplane landed that officials understood the arrival was one more plot from a Republican governor.