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December 28, 2022

Migrant Buses Stop at Home of Kamala Harris on Christmas Eve

Three buses of migrants were dropped off near the home of Vice President Kamala Harris on Christmas Eve.

The group of more than 100 people was let out near the National Observatory in cold temperatures one day before Christmas.

"The group — many among them wearing T-shirts or light sweatshirts — was met by local volunteers who gave them blankets and took them to a local church where they were fed and received shelter," the New York Post reported.

"Volunteers had to scramble to welcome the asylum seekers because the buses were initially scheduled to arrive in New York City on Sunday but were rerouted," it added.

The White House blasted Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott's actions.

"Governor Abbott abandoned children on the side of the road in below freezing temperatures on Christmas Eve without coordinating with any Federal or local authorities," White House assistant press secretary Abdullah Hasan said in a statement.

"This was a cruel, dangerous, and shameful stunt," he added.

The move is the latest in a monthslong effort by Abbott to draw attention to the border crisis facing his state.

More than four million migrants have entered the U.S. in less than two years under President Joe Biden, setting several record high months with no plans to slow the surge.

The Supreme Court intervened in a last-minute effort to stop the Biden administration from ending Title 42, a policy change expected to add thousands of additional migrant crossings per day.

The buses as the home of the border czar show that the problem is not going away but appears to be growing worse under the Biden administration's leadership.

Source: New York Post

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