During a press conference this week, New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) says his constituents must be “on board” with having their schools, hospitals, and neighborhoods burdened by an “influx” of illegal aliens due to the Biden administration’s policies.
“Number one, this is an opportunity for New Yorkers to move away from ‘Not In My Backyard.’ We all must share the crisis,” Adams said.
He warned that “everyone’s” neighborhood in New York City will be burdened by the waves of border crossers and illegal aliens being released every day into the U.S. interior.
“We’re here, we’re receiving them and everyone is going to have to be on board. And we can’t have the historical ‘I believe people should be housed but just don’t house them on my block.’ Everyone’s block is going to be impacted by this. And so we have to add our advocacy with our ability to help our neighbors. We need everyone on board with this.”
Be “we” he means the Democrat leaders who are responsible for this tsunami of illegal immigration, and for the catastrophic social and economic impact it’s going to have on American citizens.
“As I said last week, our schools are going to be impacted, our healthcare system is going to be impacted, our infrastructure is going to be impacted … we’re going to need all New Yorkers to be with us on this,” he added.
Democrat voters need to wake up to how their leaders are always lecturing them to “get onboard” an agenda that burdens everyone but the politicians themselves, who are always shielded from the consequences of their own policies.