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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Open Borders Creating ‘Bidenvilles’ of Homeless

'Eventually, this is going to come to a neighborhood near you... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Evidence shows that America’s burgeoning homelessness problem is being exacerbated severely by President Joe Biden’s open border policies, the Daily Signal reported.

Citing examples such as New York City, Boston and other cities which embrace illegal immigration, the author, Simon Hankinson, noted that even leftist leaders have noticed that illegal immigrants are packing the streets, forming “Bidenvilles” across the nation.

“Eventually, this is going to come to a neighborhood near you,” New York City Mayor Eric Adams told reporters last week, pointing to “people lined up around the block, hurting the businesses there.”

Adams has taken drastic measures–such as opening up hotels and paying people to open private homes–in order to dress the massive immigration crisis.

Similar things are happening in Chicago, where immigrants at one major shelter have been “loitering, engaging in late-night partying, prostitution, littering, and even fighting with community members,” according to a Fox News report.

Distraught residents said that they no longer feel safe in their neighborhood.

“I would ask you all to go out there — go out there at night, in the middle of the night — and see what goes on,” one Chicago resident noted.

“They disrespect us, they rob us, they harass us.”

Things are so bad that even a spokesman for leftist Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass noted that public schools may be overwhelmed by the number of illegal immigrants.

“We do not have infinite resources,” Bass’s spokesman said.

“The city will continue to work with our county, nonprofit and faith partners in the case that Texas continues to send buses.”

Meanwhile, as the crisis reaches a peak, Biden’s DOJ has announced plans to sue to make illegal immigration easier.

“The State of Texas’s actions violate federal law, raise humanitarian concerns, present serious risks to public safety and the environment, and may interfere with the federal government’s ability to carry out its official duties,” the DOJ wrote in a letter to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.

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