Texas has sent a tenth bus with migrants there Los Angeles on Saturday, days after its mayor slammed the southern state for posting migrants.
According to FOX Los Angeles, there were a total of 39 migrants on the bus, including 12 families and 21 children.
According to the outlet, the tenth bus was shipped five days after the previous bus.
Los Angeles Gov. Karen Bass criticized Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for dispatching the ninth bus when Tropical Storm Hillary hit the city, saying, “LA has not issued an invitation to ask people to come.” This is a political act.”
The Los Angeles City Council voted in June to make the city a haven for immigrants.
The Los Angeles Mayor has accused Abbott of driving migrants from Texas to California during Tropical Storm Hilary
On Tuesday, Bass again condemned Abbott for sending the buses.
“Tonight Los Angeles received another bus from Texas. That said, while we were urging Angelenos to stay safe, the Texas governor dispatched a bus full of families and young children right our way, knowing they would have to head straight into an unprecedented storm,” Bass tweeted X. “Evil.”
Abbott press secretary Andrew Mahaleris previously told Fox News Digital that all migrants signed a voluntary waiver before boarding.
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“Bus drivers receive current weather conditions along their routes and for their destination before and during trips to the shelter cities,” Mahaleris said. “Yesterday’s bus was diverted out of great caution and took a cautious route to Los Angeles to ensure the safety of all passengers. The migrants readily chose to travel to Los Angeles after signing a voluntary waiver agreeing to the destination, available in multiple languages, upon boarding. And they have been processed and cleared by the federal government, which is dumping them in historic quantities in Texas border towns due to the Biden-created crisis.”
“Each bus is stocked with food and water and will stop midway to refuel and change drivers,” Mahaleris continued. “Migrants are allowed to buy supplies they need or disembark at any of these stops. Rather than complaining that Texas is providing much-needed assistance to our overrun and overburdened border communities, Mayor Bass must urge President Biden to step in and do his job of securing the border — something he continues to fail.”
To date, Texas has bused over 30,000 migrants to Democrat-run cities across the United States.
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