Texas and Florida have dealt with border crises for as long as anyone can remember. These predominantly red states have consistently raised issues created by not prioritizing controlling the situation.
The current problem is the increase in the number of foreigners due to illegal immigrants crossing the border. drug and human traffickingand taxpayer funds must go to shelter for people There is still very little space for everyone.
But now those states are shipping immigrants north by bus and plane.
This week, Republican Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida ordered 50 illegal immigrants from Venezuela to be sent to liberal Martha’s Vineyard, also known as Massachusetts’ idyllic summer destination, where President Barack Obama has a vacation home. I sent it by air to (The move follows Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott’s start of busing immigrants to liberal New York City, and continues today.)
In response, the same people who preached to provide sanctuary cities for these immigrants crossing the border are armed over their arrival on Martha’s Vineyard. Already, some migrants have been transferred from there to military bases on Cape Cod.In addition, neighbor pointing their finger To the wealthy vineyard vacation homeowners — charge them with virtue cues and don’t let them stay in summer residences. And they don’t seem to be in short supply on the island.
Of course, this week’s transport drew criticism from across the aisle.
“Immigrants and asylum seekers are human beings,” Carol Rose, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union in Massachusetts, said in a statement. “It is cruel and immoral that some governors are unknowingly flying or bussing people and families to other states based on their perceived immigration status.”
“History doesn’t take kindly to leaders who treat humans like cargo, delivering them thousands of miles away without telling them where they’re going. Yet Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made that choice today. Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Bill Keating said in a tweet.
Although we usually see 750% surge Summer tourism draws 150,000 visitors to the beach island, and Martha’s Vineyard officials say 50 immigrants who come to the island unannounced “humanitarian crisis”
Here are just a few of Martha’s Vineyard’s opulent mansions. These fifty of him can be accepted.
Barack and Michelle Obama’s Villa
Former President Obama and his FLOTUS first purchased the property in 2019 for $11.75 million after previously renting it.
Situated on a whopping 29 acres in Edgartown Great Pond, this home has 7 bedrooms.
The 6,900-square-foot living room has vaulted ceilings and a stone fireplace. According to the previous listing, there’s also a chef’s kitchen and a formal dining room with a wall of windows.
The house was the subject of controversy last August when it was used to host Obama’s 60th birthday party. Pandemic ragingOver 475 celebrities attended the party.
Meanwhile, residents of Martha’s Vineyard have proposed housing some of these immigrants in the former president’s mansion.
“The people who live there are wealthy and disconnected from real life,” says Jane Chitik, a longtime Martha’s Vineyard resident. told the post, label them all as “fake”. “These people will love the fact that immigrants were dropped off on the island because now they can help these few people and feel part of the solution. But they wouldn’t let them in unless they were working.”
Carousel House — Ocean Park
The beautiful Carousel House is available for rent all year round. Now, even after summer rates, there is a hefty charge of $1,375 per night.
The 3,000-square-foot yellow Victorian home was first built in 1865. It was once home to President Ulysses S. Grant.
It is well equipped and boasts idyllic sea views.
Consisting of 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, this home can accommodate up to 12 people.
The listing says the home was completely renovated last year and features a kitchen with granite countertops, a wine fridge, and a 6-burner commercial oven.
“This home has a unique charm and convenience. You can walk everywhere, you don’t need a car.” list Note.
Captain Morse House — Edgartown
Known as “One of New England’s Best Vacation Rental Homes,” this waterfront estate comprises 12 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and sprawls over 8,000 square feet.
The mansion can accommodate up to 26 people, according to the listing. There are 15 beds in all.
This property currently charges $2,339 per night.
The house has 3 floors and has 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms and 2 dining rooms.
This house can be rented as a whole or rented in the same way as the East Wing or West Wing.
“Large backyard and gardens provide a private oasis away from the summer bustle of the vineyard.” list add.
The Park Estate — Oak Bluffs
Known as the Park Estate, this 5-acre lot has plenty of room for the island’s new immigrants.
Spanning 7,000 square feet, the home consists of 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms and can sleep 16 people.
However, it costs a lot. The average rate he charges is a whopping $20,000 per night.
“You and your guests will begin to enjoy a sense of privacy the moment you arrive.
Home features include a gourmet kitchen that opens into a family room with a stone fireplace. The dining room with French doors leads to the back garden.
Outdoors, there is a patio with barbecue area and dining table for 10 people. There is a pool, but the listing says he’s closed from late September until he’s early May.
“Island Alpaca Ranch is steps away from the hotel!” list add.