Migrants near Vice President Harris’ home on Christmas Eve

migrants dropped near vice president harris home on frigid christmas eve

migrants dropped near vice president harris home on frigid christmas eve

Recently arrived migrant families were dropped off near the home of Vice President Kamala Harris in the record-breaking cold on Christmas Evening. There were three buses. This act was near because of the Biden administration’s immigration policies which had seen previous actions by border-state governors.

About 110 to 130 people were on board the buses that arrived late Saturday outside the vice president’s residence, according to Tatiana Laborde, managing director of SAMU First Response, a relief agency working with the city of Washington to serve thousands of migrants. in recent months.

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That Christmas eve and Buses.

Laborde said that they were thinking that buses will come on Sunday but they came on Saturday to Washington. Many small children are also traveled in that buses. Though the temperature was nearly 15 degrees Fahrenheit and it was the coldest Christmas eve but many of them were in T-shirts.  

Blankets are ready for those who arrived on Christmas Eve and the people who arrived from the buses are taken to the nearby church to stay. Food was served to them by a local restaurant, Said Laborde.

Abbott’s office of the Texas Govt. did not answer, but the last week they said that more than 15,000 people were served by them from the month of April.

Republicans Abbott and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey are in strong opposition to the government. They are blaming president Biden and his administration that several people are waiting at the borders and trying to cross them in this freezing weather. They need necessary help and government should give them emergency help sooner.

Republicans say that Biden and Harris eased the circumstances which discourage people to leave their own country. This is the root cause of the migrant problem in winter.

About Wrighter

Wrighter covers news across the global on Human Rights, Migrants Rights, and Labor Rights. Wrighter has vast experience in writing and is a doctor by profession.

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