Skip to comments.U.S. Taxpayers to Foot $135M Bill to Support Illegal Aliens Arriving in NYC
Posted on 06/09/2023 4:53:39 PM PDT by ChicagoConservative27
American taxpayers will foot a more than $135 million bill to cover care, food, and housing costs for border crossers and illegal aliens living in the sanctuary city of New York City, Democrats announced this week.
Since the spring of last year, more than 74,000 border crossers and illegal aliens have arrived in New York City — an inflow that Mayor Eric Adams (D) has said “is not sustainable,” though he has not urged President Joe Biden’s administration to reduce overall illegal immigration.
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Let those on Martha’s Vineyard pay the $135M.
probably a pretty good little industry for the city there
If we’re going to invest this much money, send them to Ukraine instead. Considering how their ‘counter-offensive is going’, they can use a hand (or at least the blood donors).
This is what I feared would come of DeSantis and Abbott’s efforts.
Oh well. But they’re still right for flying them out of their states. Even if it ends up having the blue states having to use Uncle Sam’s credit card.
Yeah. Pull the blinders from some eyes.
Wait until the azhos tie this in with their excitement of paying Africans for picking cotton in their dreams. New Yawk is going to be in one hell of a financial hole. Way to go Yawkies!
The fruits of a monetary system based on totally fiat, centrally-issued currency.
Such leftist social-engineering was impossible when the USA was on a gold standard
Now Fed.gov can just issue any amount of debt to fund their schemes, and the Federal Reserve can buy it and suppress interest rates
They’ll go until we turn into bolivia or Argentina.
U.S. officials believe that the number of illegal crossings per day, which has recently hovered around 7,500, could soon rise above 12,000, according to my colleague Eileen Sullivan.May 8, 2023
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