VIDEO: Texas Sheriff Opens Investigation Into DeSantis’ Migrant Flight

Sheriff Javier Salazar

( – On the same day that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis vowed to transport more illegal aliens from southern border states to sanctuary jurisdictions in liberal enclaves around the country as a means of highlighting the problems caused by millions of illegals crossing into the United States from Mexico, Bexar County, Texas, Sheriff Javier Salazar announced that he has opened a criminal investigation of the DeSantis migrant flight.

You can watch the video clip of the sheriff’s announcement a bit further down this post.

According to Sheriff Salazar:

“We are opening up a case, with an investigation, with regard to the suspected activities involving the 48 migrants from Venezuela that, as we understand it at this point, the facts of the case at this point are that on Wednesday, September 14th, here in Bexar County, in the City of San Antonio, our understanding is that a Venezuelan migrant was paid what we would call a “bird dog” fee to recruit approximately 50 migrants from the area around a migrant resource center on San Pedro here in San Antonio.

“As we understand it, 48 migrants were lured — we’ll use the word lured — under false pretenses into staying at a hotel for a couple of days. They were taken by airplane. At a certain point, they were shuttled to an airplane, where they were flown to Florida and then eventually flown to Martha’s Vineyard, again under false pretenses is the information that we have. That they were promised work, they were promised the solution to several of their problems.

“They were taken to Martha’s Vineyard, from what we can gather, for little more than a photo-op/ideo-op. And then they were unceremoniously stranded in Martha’s Vineyard.”

Here is the video clip of Bexar County, Texas, Sheriff Javier Salazar:

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