New York City Mayor Eric Adams Asking New Yorkers to House Illegals In Their Homes

Democrat New York City Mayor Eric Adams is now calling for New Yorkers to host illegal aliens in their own homes.

  • As New York City continues to deal with an influx of illegal migrants, Democrat Mayor Eric Adams is encouraging residents to house the foreign nationals in their private homes.
  • “It is my vision, uh, to take the next step of this to go to the faith-based locales and then move to private residents,” Adams said during a press conference held on Monday.
  • “There are residents who are suffering right now because of economic challenges. They have spare rooms, they have locales,” he continued.
  • Adams is apparently preparing to use government funds to encourage economically struggling New York City residents into opening up their homes to illegals with unknown backgrounds.
  • “If we can find a way to get over the 30-day rule and other rules that government has in its place, we can take that $4.2 billion, 4.3 maybe now that we, potentially, we have to spend and we can put it back in the pockets of everyday New Yorkers, everyday houses of worship, instead of putting it in the pockets of corporations, and some of those corporations come from outside our city,” the mayor went on to say.

“We should be recycling our own dollars,” Adams said. “We should take this crisis and go to opportunities. That is how we can deal with this.”

  • Last month, Adams started sending migrants to a hotel in the suburbs of Rockland County, New York after claiming the liberal city was “not equipped to handle” the influx of illegals.
  • “NYC Eric Adams called me earlier today to notify me of plans to house migrants at a hotel in Orangetown, which I later learned was the Armoni Inn located in Orangeburg,” County Supervisor Teresa Kenny wrote in a Facebook post. 
  • “I agree that this calls for a Federal, not a local solution… to send these people to a location that is not equipped to meet their needs, is a betrayal of that often-expressed desire by NYC to be a sanctuary for them.”
  • Adams claimed at the time he was revisiting New York City’s “sanctuary city” status as thousands of illegal immigrants pour into the area.
  • “The law of sanctuary city was in place long before I became mayor. I’m following the law. As a law enforcement person, you know, we follow the law,” the New York mayor said.
  • “We are now in court now, today, asking the judge to revisit this law to deal with this humanitarian crisis because, even when they decided to put in place that law, no one thought they would be dealing with a humanitarian crisis of this proportion.”