‘Immoral’: California officials upset after 16 migrants flown on private jet, dropped off at Sacramento diocese

California authorities are investigating the incident in which 16 immigrants were dropped off on a private charter jet without warning at the Roman Catholic parish of Sacramento. los angeles times report.

California Governor Gavin said, “My administration is also working with the California Department of Justice to find out who paid for this group’s travel and whether the person who orchestrated this trip misled anyone with false promises or committed a kidnapping. We are investigating the situation, including whether or not there is any violation of the criminal law.” Newsom (Democrat) said: statement Saturday.

Mr Newsom added that the administration is working to get the migrants “to their intended destinations in pursuing immigration lawsuits”.

The Venezuelan and Colombian migrants were taken from El Paso, Texas, to New Mexico and then flown to Sacramento on a private plane, the paper said. Sacramento Bee.

“We can confirm that these individuals were in possession of documents purportedly from the Florida government.” California Attorney General Rob Bonta said in a statement.

As “Catholics and people of goodwill” engage in the “sacred task of hospitality,” California officials have pledged to investigate any wrongdoing related to people’s transportation, the Los Angeles Times reported.

California Governor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, suggested the move may be illegal. Golden State Attorney General Rob Bonta, a Democrat, likened the act to “state-sanctioned kidnapping.” Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, a Democrat, used the words “temptation” and “trafficking” in his response to the incident, which he also called “despicable.”

The LA Times also reported that no politician or group has yet claimed to have paid for the cost of chartering a plane to transport immigrants.

After meeting with “a dozen” immigrants in the California capital, Newsom said his administration “will strive to ensure that those who arrive are treated with respect and dignity.”

Attorney General Bonta commented candidly.

“State-sanctioned kidnapping is not a public policy choice, but an immoral and abominable act. We must condemn the cruelty and hateful rhetoric of those who “turn their backs on giving dignity and consideration to humanity and their fellowmen,” Bonta said. statement.

The mayor of Sacramento was similarly candid.

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said, “Human trafficking is not only vile, it’s a felony. What could be crueler than earning cheap political scores,” Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said in a statement. twitter.

California Senate Approves Tuesday $300 weekly checks for unemployed illegal immigrantsreported the Washington Free Beacon.In an article published in Sacramento Be Saturday, the first look at the city intractable homelessness as a “first world shame”.

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