The View: DeSantis Migrant Flights Made Him Look Like ‘The Devil’

November 18, 2022 Updated 12:06 PM ET

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NEW YORK, N.Y. (FLV) – ABC’s The View co-host Sunny Hostin says Gov. Ron DeSantis’ previous flights to Martha’s Vineyard made him “looked like the devil when doing that.”

The DeSantis Administration sent two planes as “part of the state’s relocation program to transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations.”

The office previously said the funds were pulled from the $12 million the Florida legislature provided to help transport illegal immigrants from the state.

Hostin said, “People think that DeSantis is quite clever and that part of his cleverness that he got the undocumented people on planes and flew them to Martha’s Vineyard, like that is allegedly like a funny thing, I just found it to be mean. So, I think it really depends on what your type of humor is.”

Hostin went on to say, “He does those gotcha moments. Like, ‘Ha, ha, you’re in Martha’s Vineyard now. Look how clever I am.’ I thought he looked like the devil when doing that.”

It was previously reported that before being sent to Martha’s Vineyard, migrants flown by DeSantis were handed brochures meant to inform them of “Massachusetts Refugee Benefits.”

Popular Information published the brochure said to have been given to the migrants. Taryn Fenske, communications director for the governor, told Florida’s Voice the brochure was legitimate and that the information provided was accurate.

The brochure told migrants where they would be going – Massachusetts – and listed various benefits and services the state provides to lawful refugees.

“Resettlement agencies who resettle refugees under the Match Grant Program provide cash assistance and in-kind support for refugees for an additional 90 day beyond the normal 30-day period for Reception and Placement assistance,” one paragraph read.

The document went on to explain that the state’s agencies have housing, clothing, food, schooling, and other methods of assistance for refugees resettled under the Match Grant Program.

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