New York has slyly figured out a way to get rid of asylum seeking migrants. The Big Apple, which claims to be a progressive and liberal city has created a program to give migrants free bus tickets to get them out of town.
The City outlet reports on the scenario occurring at New York City’s Port Authority:
Around three dozen migrants stood inside a barricaded area in the north wing of the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan, aided by a host of volunteers and National Guard members on Wednesday afternoon.
According to volunteers, the migrant individuals had already been driven to New York on commercial buses “or from entry points other than the bus terminal — all of them there seeking help at what’s become a sort of unofficial resource center for migrants.”
The volunteers help provide meals and clothing to the migrants that are “gathered in the cordoned-off area, a kind of resource space, to exchange requests and information with each other and aid workers.” The City reports that the outlet “received a vague response from New York City Hall when asked exactly which person or what entity was paying for the Port Authority’s program of relocating migrants.”
Instead, they were referred to an old statement made in November: “In New York City, asylum seekers will continue to be greeted with the compassionate care and dedicated support needed to meet them where they are and help them get where they want to go,” read the 2-month-old press release.
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On Wednesday afternoon, Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ) will unveil his 118th Congress impeachment articles against Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Biggs, along with dozens of Republican congressional members, will hold a press conference at The House Triangle in the United States Capitol.
At least 15 members of Congress will provide remarks advocating for the impeachment of Secretary Mayorkas. Congressman Biggs was the first member of Congress to introduce articles of impeachment against Mayorkas, as early as August 2021.
The escalating border crisis during the Biden administration has led Biggs and other members to conclude Mayorkas’ “dereliction of duty in protecting our nation’s borders constituted high crimes and misdemeanors.”
In late December, The Washington Examiner reported on Biggs’ cited three examples of how he said Mayorkas broke the law.
“First, Secretary Mayorkas has failed to maintain operational control of the border as required under the law,” he said, quoting the Secure Fence Act of 2006’s definition of operational control as “the prevention of all unlawful entries into the United States, including entries by terrorists, other unlawful aliens, instruments of terrorism, narcotics, and other contraband.”
He added: “Second, he may have lied to Congress when he testified that he was maintaining operational control of the border.
The third illegal action, Biggs said, was how Mayorkas had not detained illegal immigrants and instead released more than 1 million people into the U.S.
“The law is clear illegal aliens shall be detained,” Biggs said.
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