Illegal migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis go shopping at Target, after being ferried from billionaires’ enclave to Cape Cod military base

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Five of the Venezuelan migrants shipped from Martha’s Vineyard to Joint Base Cape Cod today enjoyed a shopping trip to a nearby mall.

A family of three and two young males – among the 50 originally flown to the exclusive Massachusetts island by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Wednesday – strolled around a Target excitedly gazing at the goods.

They were dropped off at smart Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis in the same yellow coach that had whisked them by ferry from Martha’s Vineyard the previous day to the massive military base on the mainland.

The bus also stopped at an urgent care center on the way to the mall to drop off five other migrants for evaluation after they had complained of various illnesses and conditions.

One of the migrants at the mall, Jean Carlo, 35, told DailyMail.com exclusively as he walked among the aisles in Target: ‘We are so very happy to be here at the mall and in America.

‘We are just going shopping, looking for household items. We are trying to set up our situation.’ (Continue to full article)

1 thought on “Illegal migrants flown to Martha’s Vineyard by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis go shopping at Target, after being ferried from billionaires’ enclave to Cape Cod military base

  1. Joe

    But he did tell DailyMail.com exclusively: ‘We walked all the way, through jungle and through desert. It took us more than six weeks and it was very tough.’

    I know people who have needed longer than that to DRIVE to Venz given border crossing delays, etc. When we see photo of the masses at the border, they often have clean/new clothes, cell phones, and are surprising well groomed given the hardships of such a long walk… most are “assisted” to the US southern border to keep them from lingering.

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