Eric Adams finally understands Greg Abbott.
Earlier this week, New York City Mayor Eric Adams called on the federal government to assist with the influx of migrants coming to the Big Apple form the southern border; Adams says it’s becoming a “real burden.”
“This is a real burden on New Yorkers as we’re trying to do the right thing. We already have an overburdened shelter system. So now we’re talking about food, clothing, school. This is going to impact our schools because we do not turn away individuals because they are undocumented,” Adams said.
“Translation services. There is just a whole host of things that this is going to produce.”
“We need help.”
Border states have been providing bus services to migrants who are awaiting asylum claims —Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sent nearly 5,000 migrants up north since April.
Washington Free Beacon contributor Drew Holden shared two Eric Adams tweetes to illutrate the mayor’s pivot on immigration in New York City.
“Quite the difference a year makes.”
— Drew Holden (@DrewHolden360) July 21, 2022
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