- Talk show hosts said that migrants desperately fleeing to New York City should be ‘resettled elsewhere’
- Their remarks came after Mayor Eric Adams said illegal asylum seekers were going to ‘destroy’ the city
- The women of The View called upon politicians to ‘sit down and deal with it’
The Ladies of the View suggested on Friday that migrants should be ‘resettled elsewhere’ because America is a ‘massive country’ while discussing their disappointment with Mayor Eric Adams’s handling of the crisis faced by New York City.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams warned earlier this week that the 10,000 illegal asylum seekers arriving every month will ‘destroy’ the city.
It is a stark shift for the mayor, who promised while campaigning that NYC would remain a sanctuary city under an Adams administration, saying in 2021, ‘We should protect our immigrants. Period.’
When discussing Adams’s remarks, The View host Ana Navarro said migrants put ‘tremendous stress’ on cities, communities and the social services – adding: ‘They need to be re-settled elsewhere”
Navarro’s co-host Sara Haines agreed, saying: ‘They need to be spread out’. Navarro is a Republican, while Haines describes herself as a moderate left-winger who grew up in a conservative household.
But many social media users slammed the women’s remarks, and accused them of spouting a ‘not in our backyard’ attitude, when many other states are also struggling to cope with an influx of migrants.
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Report: Joe Biden Considers Requiring Illegal Aliens to Remain in Texas
President Joe Biden is reportedly considering a plan to require illegal aliens with dubious asylum claims to remain in Texas — a move that would see the Lone Star State absorb tens of thousands of illegal aliens every week.
Biden administration officials who spoke anonymously to the Los Angeles Times said the plan is being considered so that if newly arrived border crossers fail their initial asylum screenings, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents can more easily locate and deport the illegal aliens within Texas since they would be close to the United States-Mexico border.
An added benefit for blue state governors and blue city mayors, such as New York City’s Eric Adams, is that the Biden administration would use the Remain in Texas program to shield sanctuary states and cities from waves of illegal immigration that have spurred chaos in recent months.
For Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R), the program would run counter to his years-long efforts to shield his state from record-breaking illegal immigration under Biden. His migrant busing program, for instance, has sent tens of thousands of illegal aliens to sanctuary cities — as well as Vice President Kamala Harris’s residence — since spring 2022.
Most recently, Abbott installed a floating border barrier along the Rio Grande. Biden has sued to have Abbott take it down. A federal judge this week ordered it to be removed, but Abbott appealed and has since been allowed to keep the barrier in place for the time being.
Governor Greg Abbott Fires Warning As Biden Regime Considers Blatantly Unconstitutional Plan Forcing Illegal Aliens to Remain in Texas
The Biden regime is finally taking action to address the illegal alien crisis after New York City Mayor Eric Adams warned the invasion would destroy New York City. But instead of shipping the invaders back, they are considering a blatantly unconstitutional plan forcing them to stay in Texas, as The Gateway Pundit reported earlier Friday.
This means that potentially millions of illegals would be forced to remain in Texas and could destroy the state in the process as Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton notes.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) September 8, 2023
Thanks to the Regime’s refusal to enforce immigration law, the numbers of illegals crossing the border reached an all-time high last month, as the Washington Post notes. Supporters are laughably spinning this insane proposal as one that would deport illegals who fail initial asylum screenings and deter other families from crossing in the first place.