The incendiary issue of the transportation of migrants has flared once again — and it’s not going anywhere.
The latest spark came when Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) organized two flights of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts on Sep. 14.
Beyond the fact that around 50 people, many of them originally from Venezuela, were transported to the island, little else is agreed upon.
DeSantis has stood over the move and is getting significant support from Republicans and conservatives.
But the flights have elicited uproar on the left and among immigration advocates. Some of the migrants have filed a class-action
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