September 7, 2023

NY Official Calls For Hochul's Resignation After Illegal Immigrant Accused of Murder

New York's Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin (R) called on Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) to resign after the arrest of an illegal immigrant in a case involving the murder of a New York resident.

Carlos Corrales-Ramirez, 20, from Honduras, was charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of 28-year-old Jario Hernandez-Sanchez.

“[Gov. Kathy Hochul] you own this as you own every murder, rape, and assault by every one of these illegal alien scumbags,” McLaughlin wrote in a Twitter post. “Same people you said were ‘vetted and we know who they are.’ Resign. You are a disgrace.”

“How much are American citizens supposed to put up with [Biden], [Kathy Hochul], [and Mayor Eric Adams]?” McLaughlin wrote. “Your insane policies and full embrace of sanctuary cities are getting Americans assaulted, raped, and murdered … vote every Democrat out.”

Rep. Claudi Tenney (R-NY) also called out Hochul's failed policies following the recent arrest.

"Kathy Hochul and Joe Biden’s failed soft on crime, open borders agenda has unleashed a wave of criminal activity across New York," she wrote in a post.

"We’ve now seen 2 migrants arrested for rape and a murder in Upstate NY. Biden & Hochul must be held accountable for their deadly incompetence."

The outcry also comes as the migrant situation in New York City continues to overwhelm local shelters and resources.

Mayor Eric Adams (D) has blamed both the federal government and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) for busing migrants to the city, though the numbers are tiny in comparison with migrants crossing the border into Texas.

The controversy is expected to grow as more migrants settle in New York and residents grow frustrated at the situation.

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