Friday, June 14, 2024

Pa. Republicans Plan to Re-Route Secret Shipments of Illegals to Delaware

'How many illegal immigrants has the president relocated to his own home state of Delaware? ... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Pennsylvania Republicans have devised a plan to send secret shipments of illegal immigrants to Delaware, and legislators are drafting a bill that would force the relocation of the Biden administration-sponsored illegals to the president’s home state.

“In the very near future, I intend to introduce legislation to address the influx of illegal immigrants being relocated into Pennsylvania,” State Sen. Mario Scavello wrote, according to Fox News.

Scavello emphasized the president’s partiality, suggesting that he has little interest in living near the illegal immigrants that he allegedly loves so much.

“How many illegal immigrants has the president relocated to his own home state of Delaware?” he asked. “If it is good enough for Pennsylvania, then why not redirect the relocation to Delaware?”

The Pennsylvania senator also cited the practical effects of an influx of illegal immigrants during a supposedly deadly pandemic.

Further, Pennsylvanians will be forced to foot the bill for the illegals.

“If the federal government is not willing to provide extra dollars to communities that have experienced increased strain on their healthcare systems, increased number of students in school districts and education costs and other services within our communities, then they shouldn’t be forced to take on more illegal immigrants and the additional financial responsibility,” Scavello said.

Leftist Gov. Tom Wolf‘s administration shifted the blame off of him by claiming that individual states should have no say on immigration policy.

They also suggested that citizens whose home towns are being overrun by illegal immigrants are simply pulling a Public Relations stunt to garner attention.

“As any elected official should know, immigration is a federal matter. Instead of making this a political PR stunt, their questions are best directed to the federal government,” Wolf’s office said in a statement earlier this month.

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