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Heads up, sanctuary cities. Governor Ron DeSantis has been given the go-ahead to send illegal aliens to sanctuary cities, Democrat-run cities that virtue-signal about welcoming everyone, regardless of legal status. The problem is that when border state governors take them up on their claims, the mayors of those cities have a hissy fit. Which is it? Are these cities welcoming everyone or not?

The Florida Legislature passed a bill that provides $12 million to fly illegal aliens to Democrat cities. This money will fund the program DeSantis used last year to fly illegal aliens to Martha’s Vineyard. That move, more than any other up until that point, fully exposed Democrats as the hypocrites they are. In February DeSantis signed the Unauthorized Alien Transport Program into law. It formally launched a new program to relocate illegal migrants from anywhere in the country to sanctuary cities and states. The bill passed by the Legislature helps to fund the program.

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Last September DeSantis informally began the new program to send a message that Florida supports border states like Texas and Arizona in their efforts to send buses or flights outside their states with illegal aliens on board. The illegal aliens volunteer to be transported to other states and are given a choice as to which city they travel to. Immigration activists and other Democrats lost their minds when they dared to arrive at the very exclusive island location. The progressives who live there quickly and enthusiastically welcomed the migrants, mostly from Venezuela, with their best high school Spanish and hugs for the cameras. Then, they served them bowls of cold cereal and put them on buses to a military facility. There they were kept under supervision until they could be moved to their final destinations. How’s that for a welcome?

DeSantis exposed their hypocrisy. They couldn’t wait to get the migrants off the island. The bill also puts in place requirements for employers and hospitals.

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