Texas Intensifies Strategy to Send More Flights of Illegal Immigrants to Chicago in Response to City’s Efforts to Slow Arrival of Buses from Texas

The State of Texas has made a bold move, announcing plans to charter additional flights to transport illegal immigrants to Chicago in response to actions taken by Chicago Democrat Mayor Brandon Johnson. Mayor Johnson has begun targeting bus companies and implementing ordinances in an effort to slow down the influx of buses carrying migrants from Texas.

Earlier this month, Mayor Johnson even filed a lawsuit against the bus companies transporting illegal immigrants. This unconventional approach has raised some eyebrows, as it seems to shift the blame from the Biden administration’s open border policy to the individuals simply transporting the migrants.

Officials in El Paso have reported that despite the city’s strict measures to control the arrival of illegal immigrants by road, efforts are underway to ensure the continued transportation of these illegal aliens to the sanctuary city.

The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) recently chartered the first flight carrying migrants directly to Chicago. Governor Greg Abbott took to Twitter to explain the reasoning behind this decision, stating, “Sanctuary city Chicago started obstructing and targeting our busing mission. Texas will now expand our operation to include flights to Chicago. Until Biden steps up to secure the border, we will continue to provide overwhelmed Texas border towns with much-needed relief.”

According to Rep. Van Drew, Joe Biden has allowed more illegal aliens into the country through the open border than the total population of the State of New Jersey, which is the 11th most populated state in the union. Van Drew also expressed his concerns to FOX News, claiming that the administration is purposefully trying to change the social structure and fabric of the United States.

Data from migrationpolicy.org indicates that 2.5 million migrants encountered the U.S.-Mexico border in fiscal year (FY) 2023, setting a new record high. This number surpasses the previous year’s record, further highlighting the magnitude of the situation. In the same year, the CBP arrested 35,433 illegal aliens with criminal convictions nationwide, including 598 known gang members.

It seems that the situation at the border is reaching unprecedented levels, prompting states like Texas to take matters into their own hands. As the federal government grapples with the complexities of immigration policy, it is evident that individual states are being forced to adapt and find their own solutions to the growing crisis. This unconventional approach to transportation may be only the beginning of a new chapter in the ongoing immigration debate.

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