Florida May Soon Be Facing a Shocking Lawsuit…

Just because Sacramento is one of those “sanctuary” cities doesn’t mean you can drop ship migrants on them willy-nilly. They’re furious and ready to sue Florida for it, as soon as they can figure out what laws were actually broken. They might have to make some up but they’ll do it, California promises.

Migrants shipped to Sacramento

Florida is apparently behind the arrangements for “a group of South American migrants to be transported from Texas to California and dropped off in Sacramento.” The state’s attorney general, Rob Bonta told reporters that “he’s looking into whether any crimes may have been committed.

If it was done legally, and it might have been, there’s really nothing for him to complain about except that it exposes him as a two-faced liar.

California officials are digging into how 16 Colombian and Venezuelan migrants managed to turn up at the Roman Catholic Church diocese’s headquarters in Sacramento on Friday.

According to Bonta, “the circumstances surrounding their arrival in the California capital are still being investigated” but “the migrants had documentation that appeared to have been issued by Florida.

Nobody has alleged that they got on a bus against their will but they do claim they were lied to about what they would find at their destination. “While we continue to collect evidence, I want to say this very clearly: State-sanctioned kidnapping is not a public policy choice, it is immoral and disgusting.

He should get his facts straight about how the migrants got there before throwing around phrases like “kidnapping” which could later be used against him in a libel suit.

Entered through Texas

The connection to Florida is a tenuous one. These migrants came in through Texas. As related by Eddie Carmona, campaign director at PICO California, “U.S. immigration officials had already processed the young women and men and given them court dates for their asylum cases.

Right after, “individuals representing a private contractor” introduced themselves outside the processing center in El Paso, offering “to help them get jobs and get them to their final destinations.” That’s not necessarily a lie because that’s exactly what will happen now. Sacramento doesn’t see it that way.

They were lied to and intentionally deceived,” Carmona opines, adding that “the migrants had no idea where they were after being dropped off in Sacramento.” They could have been dropped off anywhere and had no idea where they were.

It turns out that “they have court dates in cities throughout the country, not only in Texas, and that none of them meant to end up in California.” That begs the question who was supposed to get them where they were supposed to go and why didn’t they? Sacramento doesn’t want to talk about that.

They would rather whine about how the “migrants were transported from Texas to New Mexico and then flown by charter plane to California’s capital, where they were dropped off in front of the diocese’s headquarters.” The only difference between the diocese in Sacramento and the one in El Paso is that the one in Sacramento only has to deal with 16 of them, while El Paso is swamped by thousands. Conservative Americans say to California sanctuary loving officials, “you asked for it, you got it.

The only thing they have connecting the migrants to Florida are documents which say “they were transported through a program run by Florida’s Division of Emergency Management and carried out by contractor Vertol Systems Co.” That happens to be the same contractor Florida paid last year to fly migrants from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. It’s certainly making a point.

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