Texas has sent a 10th bus with migrants to Los Angeles on Saturday, days after its mayor harshly criticized the southern state for sending migrants.
According to FOX Los Angeles, the bus had a total of 39 migrants, which included 12 families and 21 children.
The 10th bus was sent five days after the previous bus, according to the outlet.
Los Angeles Governor Karen Bass criticized Texas Governor Greg Abbott when the ninth bus was sent when Tropical Storm Hillary was impacting the city, saying “LA has not extended an invitation asking for people to come. This is a political act.”
The Los Angeles City Council voted in June to make the city a sanctuary city for immigrants.
LOS ANGELES MAYOR ACCUSES ABBOTT OF BUSSING MIGRANTS FROM TEXAS TO CALIFORNIA DURING TROPICAL STORM HILARY
On Tuesday, Bass again condemned Abbott for sending the buses.
“This evening, Los Angeles received another bus from Texas. That means that while we were urging Angelenos to stay safe, the Governor of Texas was sending a bus with families and toddlers straight towards us KNOWING they’d have to drive right into an unprecedented storm,” Bass tweeted on X. “Evil.”
Abbott’s press secretary, Andrew Mahaleris, previously told Fox News Digital the…