Republicans in the Pennsylvania State Senate are drafting a bill that would send Joe Biden’s illegal aliens he has been dumping in Pennsylvania and would ship them off to Delaware, Biden’s home state.
State Sen. Mario Scavello, a Republican from Mount Pocono (and former mayor of Mt Pocono) have sent a memo to his colleagues asking them to support the bill because if these illegals are good for Pennsylvania, they would be just as good for Delaware.
“In the very near future, I intend to introduce legislation to address the influx of illegal immigrants being relocated into Pennsylvania.”
“How many illegal immigrants has the president relocated to his own home state of Delaware? If it is good enough for Pennsylvania, then why not redirect the relocation to Delaware?”
“If the federal government is not willing to provide extra dollars to communities that have experienced increased strain on their healthcare systems, increased number of students in school districts and education costs and other services within our communities, then they shouldn’t be forced to take on more illegal immigrants and the additional financial responsibility.”
This policy would mirror the one pushed by Florida Gov. Ron Desantis. Biden loves dumping illegal aliens into swing states, although Democratic policies have pushed Florida into a red state that no longer swings. DeSantis is one of the most popular governors in the United States and is expected to win a landslide election in 2022 for reelection.
A list of “cities transited” by “ICE air operations” included the state capital of Harrisburg, as well as Newark, New Jersey; Richmond, Virginia; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Toledo, Ohio; and Miami.
Pennsylvania drew the attention of immigration hawks in late December after former U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Pa. shared photos obtained by Fox News that purported to show such flights landing in Biden’s birthplace of Scranton.
Days after those images were released, Barletta, who is also running for governor, alleged the Biden administration directed another “ghost flight” to nearby Allentown.
A World Atlantic Airlines flight touched down in Pennsylvania’s third-largest city on Dec. 30, according to WFMZ.