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Marin Airporter Responds After Buses With Company's Logo Seen Offloading Migrants

A Bay Area-based company is responding after images of buses with its logo were seen offloading migrants in New York City.

Some buses with Marin Airporter’s logos were seen in videos, including a news report that aired during NBC Nightly News Saturday. The images are gaining negative attention online.

David Hughes, vice president of the Marin-based shuttle service said Sunday that the company is not part of the migrant transfer operation. The company added that the buses seen in the videos were sold months ago.

In a statement, the Marin Airporter said the company “would never be a part of this” and added that “the buses were supposed to be repainted by the new owners but they have failed to do so.”

Republican governors in Texas, Arizona and Florida have been busing and flying migrants without notice to so-called “sanctuary cities.”

New York is eyeing legal action to stop Texas Governor Greg Abbott from sending more buses full of migrants to the city.

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Source: NBC Bay Area

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