DeSantis: Illegal Alien Who Murdered Florida Father 'Was on One of Biden's Flights'
Florida governor reveals details about alleged killer of father-of-four
The Republican governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, has revealed that the illegal alien who allegedly murdered a father-of-four last week was flown into his state on a flight organized by Democrat Joe Biden's administration.
Gov. DeSantis revealed the suspect "was on one of Biden's flights" during an interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
“So these are flights that are coming in two or three in the morning,” DeSantis told Carlson.
“The feds, of course, control the airspace and they’re there on the ground.
"They take these folks and then they send them in other parts of Florida by bus or other parts of the southeast,” he said.
“And that individual, who was murdered, was, in fact, murdered by an illegal alien who was on one of Biden’s flights, these midnight flights, unannounced, no notice, no support for the state, no ability for us to veto it ahead of time."
"And if Biden had not been doing that, if he’d been doing his job, that individual be alive today,” DeSantis added.
DeSantis said that his administration was looking at ways to go after the contractors responsible for operating the flights.
The move includes barring them from state contracts, taxing them, and denying them access to Florida’s market.
As Neon Nettle previously reported, DeSantis announced Sunday he is planning to block the Biden administration from flying illegal aliens into his state following the brutal murder.
Gov. DeSantis said he is working with the state legislature to figure out what they can do to end the practice.
DeSantis’s comments came in response to news reports this week that an illegal alien allegedly murdered a father of four in Florida.
The migrant in his mid-twenties, Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, posed as an unaccompanied minor at the border and was let into the U.S. under Biden's soft policies.
"There was an individual who had posed as a 17-year-old, actually was in the mid-20s, brought here, had been here, ended up committing a murder,” DeSantis said.
"And so now this individual has been detained, should have never been in this country to begin with, and definitely should not have been dumped in the state of Florida.”
"And so these are middle the night flights, no, no notification to the state or anybody,” he added.
"And this is not the way you keep people safe.
"It’s reckless, and it’s wrong."