DeSantis Attempts To Dismiss This MAJOR Lawsuit!
(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – On Tuesday, Governor DeSantis moved to have the lawsuit by a group of Venezuelan migrants who had been flown to Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., in September dismissed.
The group’s lawsuit included a number of claims relating to their civil rights being violated. The case is brought against DeSantis, other state officials, and the aviation company.
On Tuesday, DeSantis and the other defendants pushed for a federal judge in Massachusetts who is overseeing the case to dismiss it or have it transferred to a federal court in Florida. DeSantis’ attorneys have stated in the court filing that regardless of whether “Plaintiffs’ allegations state a plausible claim for relief,” there are many problems with the case, including its current “jurisdiction, standing, venue, and multiple immunity doctrines.” They added that the claim should be dismissed for multiple different reasons.
DeSantis is one of the many governors to have started programs for relocating migrants from border areas to other areas of the country further north. The governors have argued that this relocation is necessary to relieve the pressure faced by border cities and towns.
However, the choice to have a group of migrants transported from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, an island known for being a destination for the wealthy, was heavily criticized by the Democrats, who called the move inhumane.
According to the lawsuit, the migrants had been transported on two planes, facilitated by Vertol Systems Company, under false pretenses.
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