The Mean Streets Of Martha’s Vineyard
The lily-white island of Martha’s Vineyard was taken aback to wake up Thursday morning and find that 50-some-odd illegal aliens had landed upon their shores courtesy of Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL).
Folks on CNN compared the move to the holocaust while conservatives praised DeSantis for finally socking it to the Left. While the event has sparked much debate across the country, what hasn’t been answered is how many illegals former President Barack Obama will house at his nearly $12 million mansion on Martha’s Vineyard — which apparently is suffering from a housing crisis. “There [are] multiple wheels that are turning and departments that are working together,” Winter Homes Shelter Coordinator Lisa Belcastro said Thursday morning. “At some point in time, they have to move from here to somewhere else, right?” Belcastro said hopefully. “We don’t have the services to take care of 50 immigrants. And we certainly don’t have housing — we’re in a housing crisis as we are on this island.” By Friday, buses had already arrived to ship the migrants onto their next destination, alleviating the liberals on the island and getting the illegal aliens out of their backyard. The DeSantis administration is hinting that it might send thousands more. Across the country, Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) is encouraging the Department of Justice to investigate the legality of such moves. This entire problem could go away if Biden simply secured the border, but over there in Kamala Land, the administration insists that it is secure.