Conservatives in Pennsylvania’s state assembly are working on a plan that would send immigrants coming on government-funded flights to the president’s home state of Delaware.
Senator Mario Scavello of Mount Pocono, a Republican, wrote a letter to his colleagues urging them to vote yes on the bill.
“I aim to introduce a bill to handle the flood of illegal aliens being transferred into Pennsylvania in the very nearish term,” Scavello said, adding that his proposal will be patterned after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ goals.
According to Scavello’s report, the bill would create a clear transportation plan for migrants traveling from the state to Delaware.
Near November, DeSantis made a remark regarding flights that looked to land in Jacksonville. “Buses will be provided by us. I’ll dispatch them to Delaware to take care of it.”
Scavello’s bill also prohibits government contracts from going to companies who help the president with his immigration operations.
According to the state senator, the coronavirus outbreak is being exacerbated by a flood of immigrants who have not been tested for the virus.
Scavello’s bill will be co-sponsored by state Senator Doug Mastriano of Chambersburg, another Pennsylvania conservative.
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Liberal Josh Shapiro is leading the Democratic gubernatorial election when Wolf’s term expires in 2022.
According to Wolf’s office, immigrants who arrived at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Airport Terminal on Dec. 11, 17, and 25 did not complete their journeys there. They were instead passing through on their route to their protectors and sponsors.