Illegal Alien Bussed to VPs House: 'The Border Is Open...We Come In For Free'

Brittany M. Hughes | September 16, 2022
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Kamala Harris might say the border is closed, but that’s certainly not what the numbers say – nor, notably, is it what migrants say themselves.

Speaking with a group of illegal aliens who were bussed into Washington, D.C. from Texas and dumped on the vice president’s front lawn, Fox News interviewed one of the few English-speaking migrants who told them that yes, the border is wide open – because “we come in for free.”

“Everybody believe that the border is open. It’s open because we enter. We come in for free,” the man told Fox News’ Griff Jenkins.

“It’s open for you to come illegally, right?” Jenkins asked.

“Illegally. Yes, illegally, that’s true,” the migrant admitted.

“Because we see on the news that everybody comes illegally, so we do the same,” he added.

More than two busloads of people were bussed in from Texas to the vice president’s D.C. residence Thursday, even as two planeloads of migrants were flown in from Florida and left on the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard, where residents were quickly overwhelmed by the influx of homeless, hungry people who didn’t speak a lick of English and had nowhere to go.

Related: 'They Have to Move From Here to Somewhere Else': Martha's Vineyard 'Homeless Coordinator' Says Island Can't Handle 50 Illegal Migrants

Meanwhile, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was completely unable to answer questions regarding America's border security during a press conference Tuesday, instead offering up a lame non-answer filled with "ums" and stumbles.

Republican governors, including Texas’ Greg Abbott and Florida’s Ron DeSantis, hope that transporting small groups of illegal aliens to blue “sanctuary” cities and states that support President Joe Biden’s open-border policies will give Democrats just a small taste of what border towns deal with on a daily basis, as unprecedented numbers of illegal immigration strains resources and overwhelms local systems.

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