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Democrat Leader Too Scared To Visit Border

This leader claimed that it was simply ‘too dangerous’ to go. WOW!

Amid security concerns, New York City’s mayor, Eric Adams, has decided to cancel his planned trip to the U.S.-Mexico border, which was scheduled for Sunday. Adams had intended to visit Brownsville and McAllen, Texas, aiming to engage with U.S. immigration authorities as the city grapples with accommodating an influx of asylum-seeking migrants.

The decision to cancel the trip came after the U.S. State Department highlighted safety issues, particularly regarding a Mexican city slated for Adams’ visit. While representatives from the mayor’s office did not respond to requests for comment, they informed WABC-TV that federal officials expressed apprehensions about the chosen Mexican city’s security.

Adams had expressed his intention to convene with immigration leaders during his trip, emphasizing the need for collaboration among municipalities to replicate New York City’s efforts in managing the migrant influx. Having served in the New York Police Department previously, Adams has been vocal about the federal government’s response to immigration challenges faced by cities far removed from the border.

Previously, Adams had embarked on a tour through Latin America, including stops in Mexico, Ecuador, and Colombia, where he urged people to refrain from undertaking perilous journeys to the U.S. border, citing the city’s limited capacity to accommodate more migrants.

According to data from the mayor’s office, over 180,000 migrants have arrived in New York City since spring 2022, with more than 64,000 currently under the city’s care across its 200-plus emergency shelter sites.

Recent developments also include an agreement reached between city officials and human rights advocates concerning Adams’ proposal to suspend the city’s “right to shelter” policy. Under the new agreement, the blanket requirement to provide shelter for adult immigrants without time limits has been lifted. Instead, officials will assess each case individually, granting additional shelter time to those demonstrating significant efforts toward resettlement, such as engaging with immigration legal services or actively seeking housing solutions.