“I don’t see an ending to this. This issue will destroy New York City.”
The flood of illegal immigrants into New York City is starting to cause the Big Apple to crack. This week, Mayor Eric Adams stunned many when he said that the crisis is going to ‘destroy’ the city.
FOX News reports:
Mayor Eric Adams predicts migrant crisis ‘will destroy New York City’
New York City Mayor Eric Adams gave his most ominous prediction yet for the fate of the Big Apple, which is grappling with the influx of more than 110,000 migrants since last year.
“Let me tell you something, New Yorkers. Never in my life have I had a problem that I did not see an ending to. I don’t see an ending to this. I don’t see an ending to this. This issue will destroy New York City. Destroy New York City,” Adams said Wednesday during a Town Hall meeting on the Upper West Side. “We’re getting 10,000 migrants a month.”
“We had a $12 billion deficit that we’re going to have to cut. Every service in this city is going to be impacted. All of us,” Adams said. “It’s going to come to your neighborhoods. All of us are going to be impacted by this. I said it last year when we had 15,000. I’m telling you now with 110,000. The city we knew we’re about to lose. And we’re all in this together.”
NYC Mayor Eric Adams expIodes:
The migrants will “destroy New York City” and “everyone will be impacted” pic.twitter.com/R74LydILrR
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) September 7, 2023
Thousands of kids are entering the already crowded schools.
The Associated Press reports:
An influx of migrant children tests the preparedness of NYC schools
Damien, age 5, was giddy with excitement as he left a Manhattan homeless shelter, sometimes running and skipping along the sidewalk accompanied by his wistful mother, a migrant from Ecuador.
“What I want for him is a future,” Kimberly Carchipulla said in Spanish of her son, one of nearly 800,000 New York City public school students who headed off to class Thursday for their first day of the new school year.
That is what school officials want, too, as the city’s classrooms work to accommodate nearly 20,000 migrant children newly arrived in the U.S. — a number that could swell as record numbers of families cross the border from Mexico in hopes of gaining asylum.
Staten Island is actually talking about trying to secede from New York City.
NYC migrant crisis sparks latest calls for Staten Island secession
You’ve heard it before, but New York City’s migrant crisis has local elected officials making their latest call for Staten Island to secede from the five boroughs.
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-Staten Island/South Brooklyn) called for Mayor Eric Adams to allow the Island to break away during a Tuesday night protest outside the former St. John Villa Academy where the city has set up a migrant shelter that’s currently housing 18 people.
“If you’re not gonna do your job, mayor, then let Staten Island secede,” she said. “We didn’t vote for your policies. We should not be subjected to your policies and we’re gonna keep on turning out. Let Staten Island secede.”
Other local elected officials, including Assemblyman Sam Pirozzolo (R-Mid-Island), have voiced support for secession at the ongoing protests.
And there is no end in sight.
Port Authority bus terminal in NYC.
A bus of migrants just arrived at the bus terminal. Mostly, women and kids arrived and very few men this time. I received reports that multiple busses arrived today.
The migrants were greeted by advocates in support of the migration and the… pic.twitter.com/LhUCrWUhEv
— Viral News NYC (@ViralNewsNYC) September 6, 2023
The Roosevelt Hotel NYC.
A steady flow of migrants arrive at the mega processing center, overwhelming the staff and city resources. I was told by staff that the 100s arrived today . I spoke with some migrants from Africa, and again, the first thing they asked me is for work.… pic.twitter.com/tsDnXp7Yb4
— Viral News NYC (@ViralNewsNYC) September 7, 2023
When will Eric Adams finally crack and call out Biden for the open border? How else could this possibly end?
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