DC Attorney General Karl Racine opened an investigation into GOP governors for dumping illegal aliens on border czar Kamala Harris’ lawn.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott delivered a busload of illegals from South America to Kamala’s doorstep last week.
The illegals from Venezuela and Ecuador came by bus from Texas and were released on Massachusetts Avenue in front of Kamala’s home.
NEW: More than two dozen migrants from South America, have arrived by bus from Texas at the US Naval Observatory, the home of Vice President Kamala Harris. Arrived before dawn, and were greeted by aid groups, and transported in smaller buses to nearby accommodations. pic.twitter.com/WIC41A7a3a
— Neal Augenstein (@AugensteinWTOP) October 6, 2022
Last month Abbott sent two buses of illegals to Harris’ DC residence.
BREAKING: Two buses of 101 migrants mostly from Venezuela arrive outside @VP Harris house in DC sent by @GregAbbott_TX – one migrant telling me he believes the border is “open” @FoxNews pic.twitter.com/Q70utdE4k0
— Griff Jenkins (@GriffJenkins) September 15, 2022
Apparently only the Biden Regime can transport illegal aliens all over the interior of the US in the middle of the night.
But when Governors Abbott, Ducey and DeSantis transport illegals to DC, Martha’s Vineyard and New York City it’s a criminal matter.
The Texas Tribune reported:
District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine has opened an investigation into whether southern border state governors misled immigrants as part of what he called a “political stunt” to transport them to Washington.
Racine told ProPublica and The Texas Tribune his office is examining whether immigrants were deceived by trip organizers before boarding buses for Washington, including several hundred who were bused from Texas under instructions from Gov. Greg Abbott and dropped near the official residence of Vice President Kamala Harris. Racine’s office has the authority to bring misdemeanor criminal charges or to file civil fraud cases.
Racine said that in interviews with his investigators, arriving immigrants “have talked persuasively about being misled, with talk about promised services.” He offered no specifics about the inquiry, including whether it is being handled by his office’s criminal or civil divisions. The attorney general’s office declined to answer further questions.
Various state and federal laws could apply to transporting immigrants across state lines. Racine’s office could look into whether anyone committed fraud by falsely promising jobs or services, whether there were civil rights violations or whether officials misused taxpayers’ money.