TX Gov. Abbott Sends Busloads of Illegals to Kamala Harris’ Home, NYC As Title 42 Expires
Gov. Abbott explained small Texas towns don’t have infrastructure to support migrant influx, while “sanctuary cities” for immigrants claim to have plenty of resources.
Another busload of illegal aliens arrived at the Washington, DC residence of Vice President Kamala Harris this week courtesy of Governor Greg Abbott (R-Texas), as his state struggles to cope with an influx of illegal immigrants due to Title 42’s expiration.
Footage shows immigrants freshly delivered from Texas unloading in front of Harris’ Naval Observatory home on Massachusetts Avenue.
Abbott also sent another group of migrants to New York City, where Mayor Eric Adams had to suspend its sanctuary policies this week claiming the city has “reached our limit.”
Mayor Adams, who’s said NYC “is being destroyed by the migrant crisis,” has been highly critical of the Biden administration’s mishandling of the situation.
Last week he stated, “It is not about the asylum-seekers and migrants, all of us came from somewhere to pursue the American Dream… It is the irresponsibility of the Republican Party in Washington for refusing to do real immigration reform, and it’s the irresponsibility of the White House for not addressing this problem.”
Adams’ comments prompted Biden’s reelection campaign to drop him as a national surrogate.
Meanwhile, Adams is taking flak for bussing hundreds of migrants to hotels in Orange and Rockland Counties, in upstate New York.
“But the plan to bus over 300 people to Rockland County from New York City would take the migrants right past nearby Westchester County, which in 2018 passed legislation to prohibit the use of any of its resources to assist federal law enforcement investigations based on of a person’s national origin,” noted Fox News.
Gov. Abbott appeared on Fox News Thursday to discuss his latest effort to bring attention to the illegal immigrant crisis, explaining the small Texas towns migrants are landing in don’t have the infrastructure, while cities like DC, NYC, and Chicago, which have declared themselves “sanctuary cities” for immigrants, claim to have plenty of resources.
It’s satisfying to see other states and sanctuary cities being compelled to address the burden of the border crisis that Texas and other border states have been enduring for decades.