The White House is condemning Texas Governor Greg Abbott's (R) transporting of migrants via buses to Vice President Kamala Harris's Washington, DC, residence on Christmas Eve in frigid temperatures. Abbott dispatched three buses packed with about 130 border-crossers to Harris's D.C. residence, the Naval Observatory, on Christmas Eve. The temperatures ranged between 7 and 22 degrees.
Abdullah Hasan, a spokesman for Biden's White House, released a statement condemning the buses as well as suggesting Abbott placed border-crossers in danger.
“Governor Abbott abandoned children on the side of the road in below-freezing temperatures on Christmas Eve without coordinating with any federal or local authorities,” Hasan claimed. “This was a cruel, dangerous, and shameful stunt.”
The Biden administration's criticism of Abbott's migrant vehicles comes after it has granted entry to more than one million border-crossers and illegal aliens into the United States' interior since Biden took office.
From February 2021 through October 2022, estimates suggest that the Biden administration released around 1.4 million border-crossers and illegal immigrants into American cities and towns, leaving residents to bear the enormous economic, social, and cultural burdens of illegal immigration.
Recent data released shows that border-crossers and illegal aliens, who were allowed in the U.S. interior by the Biden administration, have been spotted across all 50 states in the past two years.
Each year, illegal immigration costs American taxpayers more than $143 billion.