DeSantis Gets Fantastic News From Federal Judge In Case Involving Migrant Flights

DeSantis Gets Fantastic News From Federal Judge In Case Involving Migrant Flights

A federal judge has handed a massive victory to former Republican presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on his migrant flights to liberal cities and states.

U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs issued a 77-page decision on Monday that removed the governor from the lawsuit involving migrant flights from Florida to Martha’s Vineyard, Fox News reported.

The judge said that the court could not “ascertain what actions were taken by whom and therefore cannot determine which, if any, of those individual Defendants transacted business or caused injury here, leaving it no choice but to find that, at least on this record, personal jurisdiction has not been established.”

But the decision does allow for possible litigation against the company that organized the flights, Florida based Vertol.

The governor celebrated the court’s decision.

“As we’ve always stated, the flights were conducted lawfully and authorized by the Florida legislature,” the governor’s office said. “We look forward to Florida’s next illegal immigration relocation flight, and we are glad to bring national attention to the crisis at the southern border.”

In September 2022 liberals had a meltdown and declared a “humanitarian crisis” over 50 migrants being sent.

The coordinator for Martha’s Vineyard homeless shelter Harbor Homes, Lisa Belcastro, made comments that set Twitter on fire.

She was asked what the “most difficult challenges” are with handling the migrants, she had an answer that had many calling her a hypocrite.

“The difficult challenges are, we have, at some point in time they have to move from here to somewhere else,” she said.

“We cannot, we don’t have the services to take care of 50 immigrants,” she said. “And we certainly don’t have housing. We’re in a housing crisis as we are on this island. And we don’t, we can’t house everyone here that lives here and work here. We don’t have housing for 50 more people.”

Daily Wire reported:

Political commentator Stephen L. Miller mocked: “Despicable xenophobia. This is not who we are.”

“50 people. These rich snobs are claiming they can’t handle *50 people* in their town,” John Cooper of the Heritage Foundation tweeted. “Meanwhile border towns are dealing with hundreds of people every single day.”

New York Post reporter Jon Levine tweeted: “How many people attended President Obama’s covid superspreader party on Martha’s Vineyard?”

“Maybe they can re-erect the tent?” Levine added. “Or just knock on his door. I am sure his home has space.”


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