Sanctuary cities don’t like dealing with the fallout of their own policies.This wouldn’t be a problem if @POTUS did his job and secured our border. https://t.co/sScmA8LHGy — Jeremy Redfern (@JeremyRedfernFL) July 20, 2023
This is really incredible. NYC – the largest city in America – claims they can’t handle migrants, but assumes poor border towns in Texas can? https://t.co/0IfvIpiMyc— Brian Stewart (@BrianStewartOH) July 20, 2023
But the city’s tactics are no laughing matter in the Schenectady County community of Rotterdam, which this week was part of a less-publicized piece of New York City’s strategy for dealing with illegal immigrants by sending them into Upstate New York. Residents of a motel were summarily booted a day before a busload of illegal immigrants from New York City arrived to claim their space. Democratic state Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara accused Adams of “thoughtlessly sending buses with migrants to (the) Super 8 Motel in Rotterdam, completely disregarding the fact that many of the individuals already residing there were struggling with poverty themselves and are now displaced. I am absolutely outraged by what has transpired,” according to the Albany Times-Union. “This level of disrespect and blatant lack of concern for our community by forcing this situation on us without notice and zero communication is unforgivable. The federal government must take action to put an end to this chaos,” he said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Shipping migrants to these Blue State “sanctuary city” blowhards was the best thing that ever happened.“No, see, we meant YOU guys down south were supposed to shut up and enjoy the vibrant diversity of unlimited migration…” https://t.co/g7b0Sj80ki — John Hayward (@Doc_0) July 20, 2023