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Desantis has always made it his duty to do what Biden does not want. I think for most, this is what they seem to have a problem with when it comes to Desantis. Despite the White House criticizing a similar idea from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott as a “publicity stunt,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis remained determined that illegal immigrants detained in Florida will be transported elsewhere. He has made it clear that funds are definitely in place to have them shipped out of his state. Most are not pleased with how he speaks about illegal immigrants. The transportation of illegal immigrants out of Florida was included in the governor’s recent budget recommendations, according to a representative for DeSantis’ office. The Florida Department of Transportation will get $12 million from the State Legislature’s proposed budget to remove illegal immigrants from Florida and relocate them.

“The legislature delivered on this goal, as well as many of the governor’s other initiatives to protect Floridians from the negative effects of the Biden border crisis,” stated a DeSantis spokesperson.

DeSantis has suggested sending such migrants to Delaware or Martha’s Vineyard, but his office added that they might also be sent to “other ‘progressive’ states whose governors encourage obvious violations of federal immigration law.” The Governor made this statement “It is not the responsibility of Floridians to subsidize aliens to reside in our state unlawfully; we did not consent to Biden’s open-borders agenda,” his office said, When he approves the revised budget before July 1, Florida will have access to the cash provided for the provision, he said.

DeSantis declared last week, upon signing the No Patient Left Alone Act into law, that illegal immigrants who are “dumped” in Florida will be sent to sanctuary states like Delaware, where President Biden grew up. DeSantis also mentioned the repeal of the Title 42 health policy by the Biden administration, which allowed the administration to ban persons from entering the country amid a health crisis like the COVID-19 epidemic. DeSantis claimed in November that hundreds of migrant flights landed in Florida at the request of the Biden administration, and he threatened to bus them to Delaware.