Ted Cruz Introduces Bill To Send Migrants To Cambridge, Martha’s Vineyard And Nantucket

Ted Cruz Introduces Bill To Send Migrants To Cambridge, Martha’s Vineyard And Nantucket

The bill would authorize the Department of Homeland Security to transport illegal immigrants who cross the border to these three Massachusetts towns. Cambridge is a sanctuary city and does not cooperate with federal immigration authorities. Read more about this story here!

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is proposing a bill that would create new ports of entry in heavily Democratic areas, including California and the Northeast, such as Cambridge, Nantucket, and Martha's Vineyard, to process unlawful border crossings.

Senator Cruz stated that border communities in Texas are dealing with a large number of illegal immigrants.

That is why, today, I'm introducing this important legislation to alleviate the severe strain at the southern border by establishing new ports of entry in Democrat-led places such as North Hero, Vermont, where Bernie Sanders spends his summers, and Martha's Vineyard, where Democrat elites have their cocktail parties. Cruz stated in a statement

Republicans have also held fundraisers on the islands, including one in Nantucket during which former Vice President Mike Pence attended in 2019.

Cruz has additionally called for the construction of new ports of entry in Newport, Rhode Island; Greenwich, Connecticut; Governors Island and Scarsdale, New York; Rehoboth Beach, Delaware; Palo Alto, Yountville, and St. Helena in California.

The bill, unlikely to see much traction in a Senate controlled by Democrats, demands the establishment of new border entry points for processing immigrants in accordance with the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Massachusetts Gov. In September, Governor Jay Gonzalez was one of 26 Republican governors who sent a letter to President Joe Biden demanding a meeting on border security as 12,000 migrants were encamped on the Texas border after crossing from Mexico.

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