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AOC Mocked for Objecting to Migrant Tent City in Her District

'They love the idea of them being in the shadows... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Fox News host Tomi Lahren blasted Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., for complaining about illegal immigrants being sent to her district.

Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced last week that he plans to construct a tent city in AOC’s district to house illegal immigrants.

“I think we can get to a place with a better solution here,” Ocasio-Cortez complained, now that she is forced to see the reality of illegal immigration.

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Lahren slammed AOC for her privilege and her ignorant idealism, the Daily Caller reported.

“I think it’s quite obvious that Democrats love the idea of illegal immigrants,” Lahren said.

“They love the idea of them being in the shadows, but when they’re actually confronted with it and they have to explain it to their constituents why their shelters and their cities and their communities are being overrun, then suddenly want to make the problem go away.”

Lahren also mocked Democrats for their fake humanitarianism, which fades away quickly as soon as its consequences affect them, as proven by the recent Martha’s Vineyard debacle orchestrated by Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

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“They try to tout what they do as solving a humanitarian crisis. I agree with them. There is a humanitarian crisis going on and a lot of it’s going on at our southern border where these migrants, these illegal immigrants, are coming in,” she continued.

Fabien Levy, a spokesman for Mayor Adams, noted that the administration will move forward with the tent city construction.

“No location is perfect, but we are confident in this decision,” he reportedly said. “And we’re glad that so many local elected officials recognize we’re in an emergency and are willing to work with us towards a successful rollout.”

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