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Busload of Illegal Aliens Dropped Off at Kamala Harris’ Residence


Three busloads of illegal aliens were dropped off in Washington D.C. on Christmas Eve, according to multiple reports.

The buses, believed to be from Texas, dropped 100 illegals in front of the Naval Observatory, where Harris lives, late Saturday, according to 7News and CNN.

They were reportedly given blankets and put on another bus bound for a local church.


Fox News reported:

The U.S. Naval Observatory (USNO) is the official residence of the vice president of the United States and the Christmas Eve dropoff is the latest of several instances in which Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has bussed migrants to Washington, D.C.

The migrants were then helped by the Migrant Solidarity Mutual Aid Network and taken to a local church, according to 7News reporter Christian Flores.

Gov. Abbott began sending migrants from border cities to the nation’s capital in April, in an effort to pressure the Biden administration to take action on immigration enforcement and border security. This practice has been widely criticized.

In a letter Abbott sent to President Biden on Tuesday, the Texas governor cited freezing temperatures in cities like El Paso as his reason to transport the migrants as migrant housing facilities already at capacity have been forced to release people outside onto the streets.

“Your policies will leave many people in the bitter, dangerous cold as a polar vortex moves into Texas,” Abbott wrote. “Texas has borne a lopsided burden caused by your open border policies.”


Abbott also warned that the situation would only get worse when the federal government ends the Title 42 policy, which restricts the number of migrants allowed to enter the U.S.

“The Department of Homeland Security projects between 9,000 and 15,000 migrant encounters a day once the policy ends, a surge that would add to the already highest annual total of encounters in U.S. history,” Fox News noted.


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