Mayor Eric Adams Has Meltdown Over Biden’s Migrant Crisis

Mayor Eric Adams Has A MELTDOWN Over Biden’s Migrant Crisis


At an Upper West Side town hall gathering on Wednesday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) lost it over Joe Biden’s open borders immigration problem and exclaimed, “Let me tell you something, New Yorkers. Never in my life have I faced a challenge for which I could not see a solution. I don’t see an ending to this. This issue will destroy New York City. Destroy New York City,” and “The city we knew, we’re about to lose.”

According to Adams, the city has been hosting 110,000 “asylum seekers” since April 2022, and is currently taking in 10,000 migrants per month over the open southern border.

According to WCBS-TV:

Longer clip of Adams’ remarks by posted by “nycphotog”:

Excerpt from Gothamist report this week on the migrant crisis in New York City:

More than 110,000 migrants have arrived in New York City over the last year, now arriving at an average rate of 2,400 a week, according to the Adams administration. The ongoing crisis began in part when governors from southern states started sending asylum seekers to major northern U.S. cities, largely run by Democrats. Now, nearly 60,000 migrants are in the city’s shelter system, officials said.
Two buses arrived at Port Authority on Wednesday morning, with four more expected by early Thursday, according to Power Malu, an activist who has been assisting migrants arriving at Port Authority.
…In a statement Wednesday, Mayor Eric Adams again pleaded with the federal government for more help in dealing with the crisis.
“The transition of this site into a new humanitarian relief center at Austell Place is an important next step in our efforts to do our part, but, as we’ve said month after month, only more support from our state and federal partners and real policy change in Washington will truly address this crisis,” Adams said.

As he struggles to handle the problem, Adams is relocating migrants around the city:

Video of migrants sleeping on the pavement in front of a midtown hotel from this past summer