Obama Left Reeling As Martha’s Vineyard Local Demands He Open His Mansion to Illegals

Former President Barack Obama was left reeling on Thursday when a Martha’s Vineyard resident demanded that he open his $12 million mansion to illegal aliens.

The massive enclave off the coast of Massachusetts was plunged into chaos and the local tourist board declared a “humanitarian crisis’’ Thursday after 50 Venezuelan migrants landed there.

Resident Elizabeth Osborn Bostrom told The Post that she “stayed out of town most of the day “to avoid the commotion.

“People here leave their doors open. It’s safe and there’s no real crime, usually,” she told the newspaper.

“I’m not upset they came here, but I’m a little wary. I have my doors locked.”

Nypost.com reports: But Bostrom added, “I don’t blame DeSantis one bit.”

“He’s trying to draw attention to the problem America has currently,” she said.

“It’s not an anti-immigration move. It’s bringing the biggest issue in America to people’s doorsteps.”

On Friday, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker called in the National Guard to end the emergency and relocate the migrants to Joint Base Cape Cod, a military installation on the nearby mainland.

Jane Chittick, a former town official-turned-crime novelist, has lived in Martha’s Vineyard for 42 years but now spends part of the year in Florida.

Speaking to The Post on Friday, Chittick said: “I don’t think people like the Obamas with huge estates who live here in the summer will care (about the migrants).

“They have all these signs: ‘Private Property,’ ‘No Trespassing,’ ‘Do Not Come,’ ‘Police Are Patrolling.’ They’re not going to be on the streets in town or the church where a lot of the migrants were put last night.”

Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama own a $12 million estate on the island, where he famously threw a massive party celebrating his 60th birthday amid the coronavirus pandemic in August 2021, attended by hundreds of his celebrity friends.

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