Breaking last week’s record, a whopping nine busloads of migrants arrived in NYC over the weekend as Texas officials continued to rebel over President Biden’s border policies.
Adding to NYC’s overburden shelters, at least nine busloads arrived from the Texas border to the Port Authority by mid-afternoon on Sunday, which was one bus more than last week’s previous apparent record of eight in a single day. Meanwhile, on Saturday, six buses arrived to the city from El Paso.
As it stands, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has bused more than 2,500 migrants to New York City since August 5th, more than 8,000 migrants to Washington, D.C., and more than 600 to Chicago – all cities which have been declared sanctuaries for illegals by their Democratic leaders.
In the wake of this crisis, New York City Mayor Eric Adams complained about the Republican rebellion, saying that “rogue” governors are causing a humanitarian crisis in his city.
To accommodate this overwhelming influx of migrants, the city shelter system has been forced to use 23 “emergency” hotels to help handle the crisis. There are currently more than 8,000 illegal immigrants in New York City’s shelter system, with thousands more having already been moved elsewhere.