Facilities for Illegal Aliens in NYC Have the Homeless in a Rage in US

The mayor of NYC, Eric Adams, declared an emergency after several thousand illegal immigrants were sent to his town. In just August 2022, 203,597 illegals entered our southern border, and the media hasn't been paying any attention to this. Adams has put up a tent town on Randall's Island to deal with the increasing number of immigrants. The first group of 500 single males was expected on Wednesday of this week.

What are they able to anticipate in their camping accommodations?

The city unveiled Mayor Eric Adams’ controversial tent city on Tuesday — detailing how migrants staying there will be given three meals a day, fluff-and-fold laundry service and an array of entertainment including TV and video games.

“This is a place people can come, rest, relax, and kick their feet up after the journey they have been on,” Emergency Management Commissioner Zach Iscol told reporters at the facility on Randall’s Island.

There are two machines for popcorn, Xbox games consoles, foosball and ping-pong tables, board games, and twelve phones which are able to be utilized for international calling. In addition to three meals per day, snacks will be available. Tea, coffee, and water are available all hours of the day. Of course, the meals will be “culturally appropriate” and will be rotated often.

We're glad to know there aren't any illegal aliens who will be offended by non “culturally appropriate” food, and the food will change so that they won't be bored. Are the authorities in NYC serious? If you don't mind sharing a tent with other people, why would you ever want to leave such a place? And they're also likely to grant ID cards to illegal immigrants and ensure that homeless Americans cannot get in. Therefore, Identification cards won't be Jim Crow 2.0 now, in the sense that they are used to keep Americans out.

How do homeless Americans think about this? They are outraged.

“They’ve got Xboxes? Get the f–k outta here!” fumed Baran Hines, 36.

The Brooklyn native said he’s been living since late August in the HELP Meyer shelter on Randall’s Island in a high-rise that’s just 350 yards away and visible from the new tent city.

“The building I’m in is so f–king awful,” Hines said.

“The smell is awful on every floor. The bathrooms are terrible with piss everywhere and s–t everywhere. There are flies in the bathroom.”

“The tents look five times better,” he added.

Hines said he sleeps on “a raggedy bed with a hard mattress” and won’t eat the food that’s served “because that s–t will kill you.”

“Once a month, if I recognize the food, I’ll eat it,” he said. “But you taste some meals and you don’t know what it is.”

The elevators and the washing machines often don't function.

There will always be reasons that people think others are getting something better than them, Mayor Eric Adams said, putting down the complaints of homeless. This is especially true when illegal immigrants are being treated better. The city pays $5,300 per person per month to shelter them in that horrible shelter. For that kind of money, they could live in the most luxurious home and have all the amenities. This is the result of a city run by Democrats.

However, even within the homeless shelter system, illegal immigrants are apparently receiving advantages over Americans, as per men in Manhattan's Bellevue shelter. Residents at the shelter say that there have been fights that erupted due to the overcrowding and tensions among both groups, with one person saying “It's gonna blow up any day now.” Adams's response to questions regarding this? “We’re not doing that, and we should not have to pit against the migrants and non-migrants.” Adams is in a way right. He's not doing that but rather is giving advantages to illegal aliens.

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