First Bus of Illegal Immigrants from Texas Drops Off Close to U.S. Capitol (VIDEO)


The first bus containing dozens of illegal immigrants arrived in Washington, D.C on Wednesday dropping them off close to the U.S capitol one week after Governor Abbott’s announcement.

Governor Abbott held a press conference last week concerning Texas’ border security efforts in response to the Brandon admin’s decision to drop Title 42 at the border on May 23.

Texas will begin to use charter buses to ship illegal immigrants to Washington, D.C., as part of Abbott’s strategy for the overwhelming influx of illegal immigrants.

“We are sending them to the United States Capitol, where the Brandon administration will be able to more immediately address the needs of the people that they are allowing to come across our border,” Gov. Abbott announced.

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Two days after his announcement, Texas has begun dispatching buses to the southern border to transport the illegal immigrants to Washington D.C.

Today, dozen’s of illegal immigrants coming from Colombia, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela have dropped off blocks away from the U.S. Capitol.

FOX News reported:

A bus from Texas arrived in Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning, transporting dozens of illegal immigrants as part of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s new plan to counter federal immigration policies during an ongoing border crisis.

The bus pulled up at approximately 8 a.m. local time, blocks away from the U.S. Capitol building. Fox News has learned that they came from the Del Rio sector in Texas, after coming to the U.S. from Colombia, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.

Upon the bus’s arrival in Washington, D.C., individuals disembarked one by one except for family units who exited together. They checked in with officials and had wristbands they were wearing cut off before being told they could go.

Still, the governor’s legal authority to transport busloads of migrants to the U.S. Capitol remains in question. The 2012 Supreme Court case, Arizona v. the United States, prevents states from making their own immigration policies.

Newsmax Congressional Correspondent Kilmeny Duchardt interviewed ten young immigrants from Venezuela and asked them why they decided to volunteer.

“They said that they know that they are a prop in all of this, but they wanted to come anyway because this allows them to get a ticket to where they’re going. Some of these migrants told me that they want to go on to Miami. They said they are very excited to be here. They feel welcomed,” Duchardt reported.

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