Florida’s Responsibility in Migrant Flight to Sacramento Probed by California Officials

California Officials Investigating Florida’s Potential Role in Migrant Flight to Sacramento

California officials are investigating a potential link between Florida and a migrant flight that arrived in Sacramento earlier this week. The flight contained 16 migrants who were flown from Texas to California on a chartered private jet, according to KTLA 5.

Officials say the flight was arranged without any advance warning, raising suspicions that it may have been part of a broader effort to circumvent California’s immigration policies.

The California Attorney General, Rob Bonta, has accused Florida of being responsible for the flight, claiming that it was arranged by the state.

“Florida is trying to game the system by flying migrants into California without proper vetting or coordination,” Bonta said in a statement. “We will not be deterred by these underhanded tactics, and we will continue to do everything in our power to protect our communities and uphold our values.”

The incident has sparked anger and concern among Californians who fear that the state’s immigration policies are under attack. Many are calling for an independent investigation into Florida’s actions, and for the federal government to take action to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.

“This is a clear attempt to undermine California’s autonomy and our ability to enforce our own laws,” said Tanya Gonzalez, a spokesperson for the California Immigrant Policy Center. “We demand answers and accountability from Florida and from the federal government.”

The investigation is ongoing, and California officials say they will provide updates as more information becomes available.