Ron DeSantis Issues Warning To John Kerry, Says More Migrants Are Heading to Martha’s Vineyard Soon: “These are just the beginning efforts”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) issued a warning to John Kerry and other wealthy residents of Martha’s Vineyard and promised more flights full of migrants will be sent to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, and possibly other places.

During a press conference last week, DeSantis told Floridians that he has just begun to fight back against the Biden administration’s border policies. The Democrats are having a hard time messaging this away because their position, that it is a scandal for Chicago, New York, or Martha’s Vineyard to be overrun with migrants but it is fine for border towns, is a loser.

Ron said: “Now we see, in New York and D.C., they used to beat their chests when Trump was in office, saying they are sanctuary jurisdictions. Then the minute Texas starts busing there, they get very bent out of shape about it.”

“These are just the beginning efforts.

“We got an infrastructure in place now. There is going to be a lot more that’s happening.”

John Kerry, Barack Obama and many other big Dem doors and activists all call Martha’s Vineyard home.

From The Vineyard Gazzette:

In a real estate transaction that was completed this week, former Secretary of State John F. Kerry has purchased a historic waterfront property at Seven Gates Farm in Chilmark.

Acting through a private realty trust, Mr. Kerry paid $11.75 million for 18.5 acres and a house overlooking Vineyard Sound.

The sellers are Michael C. Fulenwider, representative of the estate of Constance Morrow Fulenwider, and Michael C. Fulenwider, Anne M. Fulenwider, and Wendy F. Liszt.

All are relatives of Margot Wilkie, whose parents were the original owners of the property. Mrs. Wilkie died in 2013.

The property went on the market last July with an asking price of $13.95 million.

The seven-bedroom house dates to 1924 and sits on one of 39 original sites that were created over time by the Seven Gates Farm Corporation on land originally collected by Nathaniel Shaler in the 19th century.