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NO, ABBOTT IS NOT ACTUALLY SHIPPING ILLEGALS TO DC
It's all a scam.
Another day another scam from our overlords in Austin, TX.
Today Governor Greg Abbott held a press conference where he announced his upcoming “Phase 1” plan of action for dealing with the horde of illegals invading our country.
Among “enhanced vehicle inspections” and “boat blockades” Abbott announced he would be shipping incoming illegals straight to Washington D.C.
"To help local officials whose communities are being overwhelmed by hordes of illegal immigrants who are being dropped off by the Biden administration, Texas is providing charter buses to send these illegal immigrants who have been dropped off by the Biden administration to Washington D.C., We are sending them to the United States Capitol where the Biden administration will be able to more immediately address the needs of the people that they are allowing to come across our border."
The brainless seal clapping immediately began by those who heard of this hilarious idea of sending illegals to our US capitol.
But of course, a statement from a swamp creature doesn’t come without a swamp creature-type scam attached to it. Let’s take a look at the press release from Abbott’s office:
That’s right. This whole thing is a scam. The free taxpayer funded trip for José to D.C. is voluntary.
Which means we’ll likely get a photo-op of a bus or two with some Haitians and Mexicans on a trip to D.C., likely with some spending money, and then nothing more.
The idea that illegals would voluntarily choose to be sent to cold, disgusting, not-Mexican friendly D.C. versus staying in very Mexican friendly Texas is very low.
So yeah, this is just another scam.
Current Revolt’s Fact Check Team spent hours going over the press release video, legal papers, and playing some Elden Ring, before deciding to give this the following rating:
Furthermore, much of what Abbott is promising is likely very hard to enforce, and will result in a lawsuit from the President Brandon administration, putting Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in a peculiar position of being forced to defend and try and enforce this.
Is Paxton potentially the fall guy when Texas gets sued for Abbott’s actions here?
Many are asking this.