As it turns out, precious snowflakes aren’t indigenous to only the islanders of Martha’s Vinyard.
What some are calling the Rio Grande Flu, this particular malady usually strikes in conjunction with Trump Derangement Syndrome. Cases have so far been isolated to Chicago, New York City, and Washington, DC.
More often than not, this particular sickness has only reared its head in the offices of the various mayors as well as the numerous newsrooms of the liberal media elite.
Typically contracted by liberals and their RINO allies, it appears that the RGF has just spread from Martha’s Vinyard (MV) to the Massachusetts mainland. Specifically, the commonwealth’s capital city of Boston.
Thus far, the only known cure is a full 100 CCs of MAGA.
But with all joking aside, the RINO governor of the Bay State, Charlie Backer, has called up fully 125 soldiers of the Massachusetts National Guard to (Insert task here) for the tsunami of humanity that landed recently in the uber-rich and beyond liberal community of Martha’s Vinyard.
As most are already aware, the townsfolk of MV went into complete meltdown due to the arrival of the 48-50 illegals just a handful of days ago. Perhaps the most hypocritical move by the powers-to-be would be their “humanitarian crisis” declaration when the handful of illegal aliens first breezed into town.
But first, please keep in mind that while Joint Base Cape Cod is home to a couple hundred US Air Force, Coast Guard, Space Force and Canadian Air Force personnel, JBCC’s main purpose in life is as a main training facility for the Massachusetts National Guard and Air National Guard.
My point being that JBCC already has plenty of living quarters, dining facilities, recreation sites, etc. All handled by members of the local civilian work force. There simply is no need to activate 125 Guardsmen as taxpayer expense.
The second below video is from Mass.gov showing exactly how the illegal aliens in question will be living. As reported by Fox25 of Boston, the less than a platoon-and-a-half will be living in “dormitory-style” quarters at Joint Base Cape Cod.
As noted by reporter Britanny Bernstein of NationalReview.com, the small handful has been “Removed from” Martha’s Vinyard (emphasis mine);
Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker said Friday he is deploying up to 125 National Guard members in response to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sending a group of just 50 illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard.
“Our Administration has been working across state government to develop a plan to ensure these individuals will have access to the services they need going forward, and Joint Base Cape Cod is well equipped to serve these needs,” the governor said.
The national guardsmen will meet the immigrants at Joint Base Cape Cod on the mainland. Buses retrieved the group of Venezuelans from St. Andrews church in Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard Friday morning, roughly 24 hours after they arrived on the island from San Antonio, Texas.
Baker, a moderate Republican, said transporting the migrants to Cape Cod was necessary because “the island communities are not equipped to provide sustainable accommodation, and state officials developed a plan to deliver a comprehensive humanitarian response.”
DeSantis spokeswoman Taryn Fenske said the migrant flights were “part of the state’s relocation program to transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations.”
“States like Massachusetts, New York and California will better facilitate the care of these individuals who they have invited into our country by incentivizing illegal immigration through their designation as ‘sanctuary states’ and support for the Biden administration’s open border policies,” Fenske said.
HAPPENING NOW: Migrants, flown into Martha’s Vineyard by Fl’s governor, are boarding buses. They’ll be heading to Joint Base Cape Cod, according to officials. 125 Mass National Guard members are being activated to assist. @NBCNews pic.twitter.com/RLwxNPu8GM
— Emilie Ikeda (@EmilieIkedaNBC) September 16, 2022
UPDATE: Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced an update regarding shelter and humanitarian support being provided at Joint Base Cape Cod for the approximately 50 migrants who arrived in Martha’s Vineyard this week.
— Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (@EOPSS) September 18, 2022