Florida acknowledges sending immigrants to Sacramento

The Director of Communications for the Sunshine State's Division of Emergency Management maintains that those who flew to California did so of their own free will.

Florida organized and paid for the two flights of illegal immigrants that arrived in California in the last few days. This was acknowledged by the Director of Communications of the Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) of the Sunshine State, Alice Collins, who emphasized that all of the people who boarded the two planes sent to Sacramento did so voluntarily and knowing their destiny. Collins also denies Gavin Newsom's accusations that it was a kidnapping.

Video of immigrants signing their consent

Collins posted a video in which immigrants are seen signing documents as they ask questions and express their gratitude for the treatment and assistance they received. Also included are photographs and short recordings that show the undocumented people calm and cheerful during the trip.

In a press release, the FDEM's Communications Officer emphasizes that "Florida's voluntary relocation is just that: voluntary. Through verbal and written consent, these volunteers indicated they wanted to go to California." In addition, Collins insisted that "a contractor was present" to ensure that the migrants arrived "safely" until they were left in the care of Catholic Charities NGO.

Florida denounces Democrat hypocrisy on immigration

The FDEM board denounced the hypocrisy of Democratic politicians on immigration, since "from left-leaning mayors in El Paso, Texas, and Denver, Colorado, the relocation of those illegally crossing the United States border is not new. But suddenly, when Florida sends illegal aliens to a sanctuary city, it's false imprisonment and kidnapping."