Watch: Influx of Illegals Crowd Police Stations — In Chicago!
Illegal immigrants are attempting to get processed by police in the ‘sanctuary city’ of Chicago over 1,000 miles away from border.
Migrants who crossed into the US illegally were seen posted up outside a police station in Chicago, as the city struggles to cope with an influx of so-called “asylum seekers” wanting to be processed as Title 42 is set to expire.
“This is unreal to see live, not at the border but live. This is the new #Chicago #illinois #IllegalMigration,” tweeted security professional Donald Muhammad who filmed several migrants sitting outside the 3rd District Grand Crossing Chicago Police Department.
The footage shows numerous illegal immigrants sitting next to grocery bags and boxes on the sidewalk leading up to the front door of the police department, and several more migrants inside the building’s vestibule.
According to a local PBS reporter, the illegal migrants have been “living in Chicago police stations” until the city can get the situation under control.
The footage comes as busloads of migrants have continued to be transported to the Windy City from Texas, courtesy of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who indicated earlier this month the buses won’t stop “Until the Biden Admin secures the border.”
Meanwhile, outgoing Democrat Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot declared a state of emergency in the sanctuary city Tuesday, claiming the number of migrants is “exceeding the City’s ability to manage that inflow.”
“Sadly, we don’t expect the buses to stop arriving anytime soon,” Lightfoot said blaming Abbott for her city’s struggles, adding, “and importantly, we’ve seen, in the last couple of weeks, a new surge of migrants coming to Chicago on a daily basis.”
It seems that under Democrats’ poor leadership, the City of Chicago took on more than it could handle by declaring itself a “sanctuary city” for illegals. As a result, the city is now face-to-face with the migrant invasion – similar to what Texas and other border states have been experiencing for years.