Bus load of Nicaraguan migrants dropped off at Kamala Harris' DC home

Since claiming in September that the Unites States had a "secure border", over 125 migrants have been dropped off outside the gates of her official residence in DC.

Dozens of migrants arrived in Washington, DC from Texas on Wednesday morning, where they were unloaded in front of Vice President Kamala Harris' residence at the US Naval Observatory

The group of migrants, who identified themselves as Nicaraguan, were met by volunteers from the humanitarian organization SAMU First Response as they were exiting the bus, who established their needs and found out what plans they had before transporting them to their organization's headquarters, the New York Post has reported.

The group, among them young children, emerged from the bus in the early hours of the morning, some of them wrapped in blankets to shield from the mid-50s temperatures that greeted them. 

This is not the first time that buses filled with migrants have arrived at Harris' doorstep

Since claiming on NBC's "Meet the Press" in September that the United States had a "secure" border, over 125 migrants have been dropped off outside the gates of her official residence.

She also stated during that same interview that she wants there to be a "plan for a pathway to citizenship for the millions of [illegal immigrants] who are here."

Harris was appointed by Biden in March 2021 to tackle the illegal immigration crisis, but since then, the country has seen migrants flooding across the border in record numbers.

Migrant arrest numbers are almost twice what they were before the Biden administration took power, and have already exceeded last year's numbers, according to recent Customs and Border Protection data.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott first announced back in April that he would be transporting busloads of migrants away from the Texas border in an attempt to relieve the pressure from the overwhelmed border towns that have taken the brunt of Biden's failing immigration policies.

Since then, hundreds of migrant buses from Texas have arrived in DC, as well as other so-called "sanctuary cities" in the US.

Chicago and New York, two of the aforementioned sanctuary cities, have been plagued by near-record levels of violent crime. NYC Mayor Eric Adams said in August that his city was too crime-ridden to take in more illegal migrants.

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