Texas: Governor Abbott Announces First Bus Of Migrants Arrives In Denver

~ Today, Governor Greg Abbott announced the arrival of the first group of migrants bused to Denver, Colorado from Texas. The migrants were dropped off near Civic Center Park at 14th Street and Court Place this afternoon.

Governor Abbott expressed his concern over President Biden's open border policies, which he believes are causing an influx of illegal immigration into Texas' border communities. He stated that until the President and his Administration take action to secure the border, Texas will continue to bus migrants to self-declared sanctuary cities like Denver in order to provide relief to small border towns.

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Since beginning the migrant busing strategy last spring, more than 19,000 migrants have been transported to these self-declared sanctuary cities while providing much-needed relief to Texas' overwhelmed border communities. In April 2022, Governor Abbott directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management to charter buses to transport migrants from Texas to Washington D.C., with New York City, Chicago and Philadelphia added as additional drop-off locations last year.

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