On Christmas Eve, between 110 and 130 migrants, including men, women, and children, were dropped off in Washington, D.C.
The party was originally planned to arrive in New York City, but inclement weather forced the buses to take a different route.
The migrants were furnished with blankets and transported to a nearby church, where they were provided with food and shelter.
According to Tatiana Laborde, managing director of SAMU First Response, the change in plans was likely a result of significant snowfall in the north.
The drop-off was deemed "cruel, dangerous, and disgraceful"
The migrants from South and Central America traveled from Texas to D.C. in two days.
Authorities in Texas have not acknowledged their participation in the bus drop-off.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sent busloads of migrants to New York and D.C. since spring.
Abbott has a fight with the Biden administration over the southern border immigration situation, which was aggravated by the Title 42 health policy.
Chief Justice John Roberts ordered the Title 42 policy to remain in effect while the Supreme Court hears 19 Republican-led states' requests to keep it.