In advance of his anticipated candidature for president, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis advanced a crucial aspect of the Republican party’s conservative platform on Wednesday by signing a measure to expand his migrant removal program. DeSantis lambasted Democratic President Joe Biden in a brief Twitter message announcing the bill’s signing.
The post states, “Florida is employing all measures at our disposal to protect our citizens from Biden’s open border policies.” “I am happy that I was able to approve laws allowing the policy of moving illegal immigrants to sanctuary jurisdictions. I appreciate the legislators keeping this useful tool available.
The law establishes a special program for relocating migrants in the governor’s office and stipulates that, as long as they have been processed by the federal government, migrants can be sent anywhere in the nation under the initiative.
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The bill is intended to address legal concerns that have arisen in relation to a flight that the governor’s administration took last year to relocate a group of South American migrants from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, but which was paid for using funds that were legitimately intended to relocate migrants who were located in Florida, not any other states.
As DeSantis continues to focus on cultural flashpoints like immigration and criticize Biden and other Democrats virtually nonstop on his road to a likely presidential run, the new law is almost certain to facilitate further migrant flights. During a special session last week focused on DeSantis’ goals, Republican state legislators in the GOP-controlled Legislature voted to pass the bill.
They said that bringing refugees to safe cities would benefit them. Democrats denounced the initiative as a political gimmick designed to advance the governor’s aspirations for the presidency. At a separate press conference on Wednesday, DeSantis stated that “some of these people coming to these sanctuary counties are in much better conditions than just being stranded somewhere with nowhere to go.”
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