NYC Mayor Eric Adams Says There is ‘No More Room’ in His Sanctuary City for Illegal Migrants

NYC Mayor Eric Adams is calling on the White House to finally address the border crisis after the Democrat toured the border city of El Paso last weekend. “There is no more room in New York City,” Adams said. “Now is the time for the national government to do its job.”

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For months, busloads of illegal immigrants have arrived in northern “sanctuary” cities, sent there by overwhelmed red states. Florida and Texas have led the campaign, seeking to relieve some of the burdens on their states and force their northern neighbors to reconsider their support of open borders. So far, that effort seems to be paying dividends.

“This is a national crisis, and we need a national solution,” Tweeted Eric Adams after his trip to the southern border. “Mayors like Oscar Leeser [D-El Paso] and I are on the front lines, and we need federal support.”

New York City is currently struggling to house its new guests. In an interview with WABC earlier this month, Adams claimed that over 30,000 migrants needed shelter, food, and healthcare. An additional 3,100 migrants arrived last week. While the city maintains a shelter system, it was designed with New York City’s homeless in mind, not tens of thousands of migrants. The Mayor said the influx is expected to cost the city $2 billion on top of its current budget issues.

“We are at our breaking point. Based off our projections, we anticipate being unable to continue sheltering arriving asylum seekers on our own”

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Democrats have repeatedly characterized the relocation of migrants as a “political stunt.” In September, Gov. DeSantis flew 50 illegal migrants to the sanctuary towns of Martha’s Vineyard. The Massachusetts National Guard was quickly activated, and the migrants were escorted to a military base. Gov. Abbott sent several migrant buses to Kamala Harris’ residence in Washington D.C. last December. The White House called the move “cruel” and “dangerous.” Eric Adams, who governs the nation’s largest sanctuary city, recently criticized the republican governors for sending migrants to New York.

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Southern border states are currently expected to handle over 7,000 migrant encounters each day. Florida, which shares no land border with Mexico, has had more than 4,400 migrants land on its shores since August.
“We don’t deserve this,” complained Eric Adams. “Migrants don’t deserve this. And the people who live in the cities don’t deserve this.”

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