‘Hopeless’ Migrants stranded in hotel after Delaware flight canceled
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Just days after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis flew nearly 50 migrants to Martha’s Vineyard amid a political crisis that left officials in a frenzy, another group of asylum seekers in Texas who were promised a better life – this time in Delaware – are stuck in a motel. Tuesday after their flight was unexpectedly canceled.
Instead of taking a plane, a bus was sent Tuesday to La Quinta where Florida operators bound for DeSantis stranded the group from Venezuela while they waited for their flight that never happened. The bus arrived without warning, taking some of the asylum seekers back to a migrant resource center in San Antonio that had been secretly hired days before.
There was no message that the bus was coming, however, a small number of migrants were not only stranded in Texas, but trapped in the hotel itself, which is 10 miles from the migrant center. and the help they need, Herald said.
With no money and no shelter, 39-year-old Luis Oswaldo felt abandoned. He said he knew the flight was cancelled, but he didn’t tell anyone that a bus would be sent, so he went to find lunch and came back to find most of his fellow asylum seekers.
“They left me here alone,” Oswaldo told him Herald. “They’re gone, that’s it. They didn’t give much food. I have water in the hall. I’m ‘eating’ water now.”
That feeling of hopelessness spread throughout the group, whose dreams of landing a secure job and a new life in America were quickly shattered as promised. Days ago, an unnamed woman with straight hair approached migrants outside the San Antonio facility, hopping on “secret” flights to other cities with jobs and supplies. in addition, Herald said.
“I want to cry because I feel hopeless,” Deiker told José Herald. “I have nothing. How do I work? How can I survive?
A series of interviews shed light on what really happened on Tuesday, when Delaware officials were sent scrambling to prepare for a “surprise” flight of migrants who were reportedly on their way. It was also discovered that both groups employed an unidentified woman with dark hair. Also involved in the Delaware-linked group was a shady operator, known as “Perla”, who police said Herald Her name is on the group’s reservation at La Quinta. Perla was previously identified as the woman who allegedly convinced immigrants to fly to Martha’s Vineyard, telling them they would get jobs and government assistance in their new towns.
The airlines followed a similar flight plan: Leave Texas, then stop in Florida before heading northeast. The only significant difference was their final destination, which last week’s flight landed in Martha’s Vineyard, while Tuesday’s flight was scheduled to land in Georgetown, Delaware, around lunchtime.
The problem was mostly with national news coverage. Public flight planners showed a plane from Ultimate JetCharters, the same charter used to send migrants to the Massachusetts island last week, was scheduled to leave Texas on Tuesday for Georgetown, Delaware, near where President Joe Biden is on vacation home. There was also a $950,000 payment to Florida-based Vertol Systems Company, the same contractor that paid $615,000 for the flight last week.
Critics have questioned whether DeSantis dared to use the vulnerable immigrant as a political target again, even though he is under criminal investigation in Texas for allegedly luring the immigrant onto a flight to Massachusetts last week under false pretenses.
When the flight was grounded, DeSantis said she had no problem with the problem. He declined to comment when asked at a press conference on Tuesday about the matter, and has since gone radio silent – all questions from the media, including the Daily Beast, about the incident.
Christina Pushaw, an official with DeSantis’ campaign team, acknowledged the speculation, however. She wrote on Twitter that the news about the Delaware flight was “misinformation.”
But as Delaware’s flight was suspended for unspecified reasons, those who were eagerly awaiting its departure suffered the most. Gavin Rogers, a pastor at a San Antonio church that helps immigrants, said Herald Activists like DeSantis are doing the work of non-profits, who really want to help, even hard.
“When you are subject to this kind of malicious intervention, it can ruin the lives of asylum seekers,” he said. “This is political human trafficking. It is shocking. The burden falls on the people who are doing good, not on those in politics.
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