Ryan E.
September 3, 2023

NJ's Dem Mayor Says State Can't Take Any More Migrants

President Joe Biden is trying to pack this country full of as many immigrants as he can, legally or otherwise.

It's getting really bad.

Do you want to know how I know?

Even America's liberals are starting to push back against Biden's immigration plans.

New Jersey isn't even one of the states into which migrants are crossing into, settling in, or being bussed to, it is only experiencing the overflow from New York City.

Still, the governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, is begging Biden to not take them take any more.

New Jersey can't even look after the people who are there now. It's getting really bad. In fact, it might even be considered an emergency at this point.

Biden is trying to get a program going in Atlantic City to store some of the migrants who are crowding into this countrry.

Murphy is a liberal, but even he has his limits. Like most liberals, he likes to impose rules that impact other people. Now that the Biden administration is cramping up New Jersey, Murphy isn't inclined to automatically agree with Old Joe anymore.

"I don't see any scenario where we're going to be able to take in a program in Atlantic City or, frankly, elsewhere in the state," Murphy said recently. He added:

We are already seeing folks in New Jersey that have probably swelled into Jersey from New York City or from other locations, but you need scale, enormous amount of federal support — resources that go beyond anything that we can afford — putting everything else aside.

NYC Mayor Eric Adams, also a huge liberal, is saying the same thing about New York:

Each time we open a new space, that's not an answer. It's not sustainable. If you average 10,000 people a month and if the national plan is to have New York City continue to find spaces, that is not an answer. And if the national plan is that slowly see if New York move more on the waiting list to get work authorization, that's not an answer.

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