Most of those arriving reportedly arrived at the United States-Mexico border from Venezuela and Ecuador in the hopes of being released into the U.S. interior as part of President Biden’s expansive Catch and Release network.
The latest bus of nearly 40 border crossers and illegal aliens comes about a month after Abbott sent an initial migrant bus to Kamala’s D.C. residence. She did not greet the new arrivals.
In addition, the migrant buses continuing to arrive in D.C. from Texas and Arizona are against the backdrop of the Democrat-controlled D.C. City Council advancing a plan that will give voting rights to newly arrived foreign nationals — including illegal aliens and temporary visa holders.
From February 2021 to August 2022, the Biden administration has released at least 1.35 million border crossers and illegal aliens into American communities. Another roughly one million illegals have successfully crossed the U.S.-Mexico border since Biden took office, undetected by Border Patrol.