It may be a new year, but Texas Governor Greg Abbott is doubling down on his rather effective illegal migrant transportation policy.
The same policy that condescending Jen Psaki dismissed as a “stunt,” though she’s likely eating those words now.
In his unusual version of New Year’s well wishes, Abbott flew 350 migrants on private chartered flights from San Antonio to Chicago, making sure that they arrived just in time to cause chaos in 2024.
“Brandon” Johnson, the ironically named Chicago Mayor, proceeded to whine about the consequences of his own sanctuary city policies during an appearance on “Face the Nation.”
In remarks to host Martha Raddatz, Johnson complained about the effectively “unsustainable” nature of sanctuary cities.
“What we have is clearly an international and federal crisis that local governments are being asked to subsidize, and this is unsustainable,” Johnson whined.
Way to dodge accountability, “Brandon.”
Ever occur to you that local governments have enacted “unsustainable” sanctuary city policies?
Apparently not, as the Windy City mayor rapidly descended into melodramatic whining, the typical Democrat response to the consequences of their pro-illegal immigration policies.
“[Governor Abbott is] determined to sow the seeds of chaos,” Johnson bellowed.
To be fair, Johnson is not exactly the only sanctuary city mayor to veer towards total melodrama over Dem-driven policies.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently whined about the influx of illegals to New York City, apparently failing to grasp the reality that giving away “free” luxury hotel stays to illegals is going to encourage more, not fewer, illegals to arrive.
During a conversation with Fox 5’s Rosanna Scotto, Adams whined about receiving upwards of 4,000 illegal migrants per week.
“We’re getting close to anywhere from 2,500 to peaking at 4,000 a week,” the New York City mayor moaned.
“What happens when there’s no more room?” Scotto logically responded.
“We were not just saying we’re out of room as a soundbite … We’re out of room, literally,” Adams bellowed in response.
Perhaps Adams should have thought about that before advertising New York City as a “sanctuary city” to most of the world.
“People are going to be eventually sleeping on the streets,” Adams added earnestly, as if such a plea justifies demanding billions in federal funds for failed local policies.
And as far as Adams whining about illegal migrants “sleeping in the streets” … Hey, they’re sleeping in police stations in Chicago and airports in San Diego.
Why not sleep in the streets of New York too?
Half the time, the streets are clogged with maniacal protestors raging about various grievances anyway, so it’s not as if the streets are really being used for their taxpayer-funded purposes.
Author: Jane Jones