White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre addressed a question on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ choice to fly illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard and his obvious parallel to the Biden administration’s secret late-night flights of illegal immigrants to cities.
“We’re offering solutions,” she said.
Following her non-response, Jean-Pierre delivered a scathing denunciation of Republicans.
The Washington Examiner reports that in 2021, 70 midnight planes operated by the Department of Homeland Security transported an average of 36 illegal immigrants across the border with Mexico to Jacksonville, Florida.
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“We are offering solutions. That’s what the Biden-Harris administration has been doing since day one,” Jean-Pierre said, according to the Examiner.
“What have they done? They do these political stunts, they vote against our funding requests, they vote against policies to fix this broken system. Stunts aren’t solutions here. Stunts aren’t policies.”
“We’re over here trying to govern, trying to actually fix a system that has been broken for some time, trying to fix a system that was decimated by the last administration, and all we’re seeing from them [are] petty and dangerous stunts,” she added.
“They’re putting children’s lives at risk. They’re putting family’s lives at risk, and again, I’ll say to Republicans, again, if they are interested in solving the problem, there are many ways to do this.”
More on this story via The Western Journal:
Throughout her statement, Jean-Pierre did not directly address the thousands of unaccompanied illegal immigrant children who were flown in the 70-plus charter flights in 2021, as explained by Governor Ron DeSantis’ public safety czar.
“Over 70 air charter flights [on] jetliner airliners coming from the southwest border have landed at Jacksonville International Airport,” Keefe explained in November of 2021, according to The Examiner. CONTINUE READING…