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Sen. Cruz introduces legislation that would relocate migrants to Democrat cities

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NEW YORK (77WABC) – Senator Ted Cruz (R) of Texas introduced new legislation this would relocate migrants to Democrat-led communities.

Called the Stop the SURGE Act, the legislation would establish new ports of entry in Democrat-led communities such as, “North Hero, Vermont, where Bernie Sanders spends his summers, and Martha’s Vineyard, where Democrat elites host their cocktail parties.”

The Stop the SURGE Act, or Stop the Surge of Unsafe Rio Grande Encampments Act, would relocate illegal immigrants from South Texas to newly established ports of entry for processing under the Immigration & Naturalization Act (Title 8) and Public Health Service Act (Title 42), including:

  • Block Island, R.I.
  • Greenwich, Conn.
  • Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.
  • Cambridge, Mass.
  • Governors Island, N.Y.
  • Rehoboth Beach, Del.
  • Nantucket, Mass.
  • Newport, R.I.
  • Scarsdale, N.Y.
  • Palo Alto, Calif.
  • Yountville, Calif.
  • St. Helena, Calif.
  • North Hero, Vt.

His statement goes on to read, “For the past ten months, President Biden and his administration have willingly surrendered the United States’ southern border to dangerous criminal cartels, with no thought given to the South Texas border communities like McAllen and Del Rio, which are running low on resources from dealing with this massive influx of illegal immigrants.”

“If Washington Democrats had to endure even a fraction of the suffering South Texas families, farmers, ranchers, and small businesses have had to face, our nation’s immigration laws would be enforced, the wall would be built, and the Remain in Mexico policy would be re-implemented. I urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to stop ignoring the plight of South Texas communities and act swiftly to end this horrific humanitarian crisis.”

Read Cruz’s full statement below:

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