Flights from Texas' Rio Grande Valley to San Diego were slated to begin on Friday - continuing three times a week indefinitely.
Each flight will carry 120 - 135 people, according to the Border Patrol's interim San Diego sector chief, Douglas Harrison.
Conservatively, that means at least 1,440 migrants per month, or 17,280 annually.
The San Diego area has suffered from a lack of diversity and the strength therein for a long time. We are working with the President to make sure that we get our fair share of immigrants for a change, as the New England states have been showered in the gifts of diversity for some time.
We feel that this is finally the time to make the San Diego area a delicious melting pot of color and strength. Our initial focus will be on the Carmel Valley area, expanding to Del Mar Heights and La Jolla. To do this we may have to forgo some of the usual background and health assessments so that we can get as many dreamers as possible. With hard work we will make San Diego great again.