The plane that provided free transportation to illegals for a very short visit to cushy Martha’s Vineyard (before they were locked up by the blue state on a military base) is scheduled to make a VERY interesting stop today.
After departing Texas, the flight being sent by Gov. Ron DeSantis and his team will be touching down at Delaware Coastal airport and then Teterboro airport in New Jersey — right on the other side of the border.
It now appears that he is sending the Ultimate Air Shuttle to Georgetown, which will touch down at around 1.30pm.
The plane had started its journey from Longview, in Texas, before heading to San Antonio, and then Crestview, in Florida.
An hour after landing on the coast of Delaware, the plane is set to head to Teterboro airport in New Jersey.
The plane is the same one which headed from San Antonio, to Crestview and then on to Martha’s Vineyard on September 14.
Here’s the route (reads bottom to top not the other way around).
BREAKING: One of the planes used in Gov. DeSantis Martha’s Vineyard stunt is currently scheduled to travel from San Antonio to Florida and to a small airport near Joe Biden’s house in Delaware to drop illegal migrants. pic.twitter.com/i77VuheVon
— Personal Blog Media News (@pbmnews) September 20, 2022
OH MAN I HOPE SO.