DC Democrats Beg for Help as Texas and Arizona Bus Migrants to Biden’s Backyard

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More than 150 buses traveling from Arizona and Texas have transported nearly 6,000 migrants to the nation’s capital over the past three months, and Democrats in Washington, DC are complaining that they cannot accommodate the mass releases. The project was initiated to show Democrat politicians the effects of mass immigration caused by Biden’s open border policy.

AUSTIN, Texas — More than 150 buses traveling from Arizona and Texas have transported nearly 6,000 migrants to the nation’s capital over the past three months, and Democrats in Washington are complaining that they cannot accommodate the mass releases.

The operation has collectively cost both border states millions of taxpayer dollars, including $6.8 million in Texas to date. But Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who initiated the operation in mid-April, said the move is having the desired results — getting Washington politicians a little taste of how communities have been inundated under President Joe Biden.

“Governor Abbott launched Texas’s border bus mission back in April to bring President Biden’s border crisis to his backyard in Washington, D.C., and to help Texas border communities that are being overrun as the federal government dumps migrants in their towns,” Abbott spokeswoman Renae Eze said in a statement to the Washington Examiner.

“Now, D.C. is experiencing just a fraction of the humanitarian crisis overwhelming our border communities and our state every single day,” Eze continued. “With our nation’s capital finally feeling the pressure of President Biden’s reckless open border policies, it’s time he does his job and secures the border.”

Since mid-April, more than 125 buses have transported 4,800 migrants from Texas border communities — such as the Rio Grande Valley, Del Rio, Uvalde, and Eagle Pass — nearly 2,000 miles to Washington. Gov. Doug Ducey (R-AZ) commenced a similar initiative in mid-May and has had 27 buses carrying more than 1,000 passengers from the border to D.C. in that time, according to spokeswoman Morgan Carr.

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wilma
wilma
2 months ago

Hats off to TX and AZ? Why not nuhexico? I looked up a map and magnified it and thought I saw a few bunches making their way across the border there also. 8)

Joe
Joe
2 months ago

Keep it going! Don’t forget Delaware.

Tom Ball
Tom Ball
2 months ago

I won’t be satisfied ’til I see them being bused straight to every congressman’s front door starting with the ‘commander in chief’ and working on down.