Residents of Martha’s Vineyard offer food, shelter and medical care to migrants sent from Texas in stunt hailed by DeSantis


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Residents of Martha’s Vineyard offered food, shelter and medical care to migrants who made headlines for being unexpectedly sent there from Texas. About 50 Venezuelans and Colombians said they had come from San Antonio, Texas, where they were offered flights to Boston, not Martha’s Vineyard, which is about 100 miles away. Prominent right-wing voices seemed to believe it was a time for “possessing freedoms,” when instead this liberal enclave was accepting these human beings with kindness and assistance. Joy Reid and her panel discuss Florida Governor Ron DeSantis proudly taking credit for what many call an inhumane and reckless political stunt.


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