According to New York City Mayor Eric Adams, a “madman down in Texas,” otherwise known as Texas Governor Greg Abbott, is destroying New York City by sending buses full of illegal immigrants to the city.
Glenn Beck and Stu Burguiere think Adams is being more than a little hypocritical and ridiculous.
“Why is he a madman?” Stu asks. “He had the same observation you have. He had the same exact point you have, Eric. He’s seeing not ten thousand, but millions of people cross this border while he’s been governor.”
Stu and Glenn see what Abbott’s done as sheer desperation, for fear that Texas won’t survive with millions of illegal immigrants crossing over its border.
“They’re on the same exact team here, right, in theory. Except that Governor Abbott doesn’t have a policy that promises free housing for everyone who shows up and calls himself a sanctuary city,” Stu adds.
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden and the Department of Homeland Security have launched a nationwide workforce initiative that will funnel millions of border crossers and illegal aliens in the United States directly to jobs.
However, Mayor Eric Adams can’t seem to figure out who is actually to blame.
“I don’t see an ending to this. This issue will destroy New York City,” Adams told an audience. “We’re getting 10,000 migrants a month.”
“We’re getting people from all over the globe, have made their minds up that they’re going to come through the southern part of the border and come into New York City,” he added.
“Imagine how Dallas and Houston are impacted. Imagine how San Antonio and Austin have been impacted. Imagine those towns of 5,000 people by the border, how they’ve been impacted,” Glenn responds.
“Every sanctuary city should have busload after busload after busload. You’re a sanctuary city, you wanted them,” he adds.
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