Welcome to the real world, Mayor Adams.
The New York City mayor is livid that his "crisis" is being ignored by the White House.
Well, Texas has been dealing with this since Biden took office, so get in line!
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has just finished up a quick tour of the border in El Paso, TX.
Adams went to see the situation firsthand which has resulted in about 35,000 migrants making their way to New York City via buses.
To be clear, the majority of those migrants came via Adams' fellow Democrat El Paso Mayor Oscar Lesser.
Lesser and Adams had already worked out a deal for migrants to be bused to New York City when Governor Abbott added a few of his own buses to the mix.
At last report, Abbott had sent less than 5,000 on his buses.
After the tour, Adams took a more aggressive tone with the Biden administration, stating, "We're pointing the finger … at our national government.
"This is a national problem. We must have real immigration reform, and we must immediately have a short-term fix of making sure that the cost of this does not fall on our local cities."
Adams then called out Abbott as well as Democrat Governor Jared Polis of Colorado, stating, "The governor of Colorado, who's a Democrat, and … the governor of Texas, who's a Republican – I think they had a bipartisan disrespect for the cities, and it was wrong and it should not happen, and it should not continue."
He later added, "Our cities are being undermined. And we don't deserve this. Migrants don't deserve this. And people who live in the cities don't deserve this. We expect more from our national leaders to address this issue in a real way."
I would beg to differ. If Joe Biden is not going to lock down this border, why can't we ask these migrants where they want to go, put them on a bus, and send them there?
This should not be a burden that only Texas and other border states deal with. After all, to quote Joe Biden, "We are the United States," so everyone gets to share in our misery.
Source: Fox News