Blue State’s Migrant Problem Gets Much Worse

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( – New York City is one of the most popular destinations for asylum-seeking migrants who are apprehended while entering the U.S. However, the large increase in the number of migrants has led to the country being unable to find housing for everyone fast enough. The situation is expected to get even worse as Title 42, a public health order that previously allowed for the quick expulsion of migrants is set to expire this week.

Officials are anticipating that following the order’s expiration, there could be as many as 10,000 migrants entering the U.S. daily. However, those estimates were surpassed on both Monday and Tuesday of this week, despite the fact that the order had not yet ended.

FOX Business Network’s Charlie Gasparino on Wednesday reported that one of the possible housing options that New York City Mayor Eric Adams is considering could affect local businesses that are trying to get their employees back in office five days a week.

Fabien Levy, a press secretary for Mayor Adams, in an interview with FOX Business stated that he would not be talking about internal discussions, but stated that they have clearly stated in the past that caring for asylum seekers is not something that should exclusively fall on one city. He added that the city had reached the limit of how many shelters they can open, and added that currently, their only option would be to provide temporary housing for any incoming immigrants in gyms. He added that just within this week hundreds of asylum seekers arrived in the country and more will continue to arrive following the expiration of Title 42.

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