Infighting Emerges Among Democrat Leaders Bussing Illegals to Each Other’s ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Infighting has emerged among Democrat governors and mayors as local leaders attempt to offload illegal border crossers to other so-called “sanctuary cities.”

According to a new report from the Chicago Sun-Times, Democrat leaders are fighting among themselves while bussing illegal migrants back and forth from their cities as their own “sanctuaries” become overwhelmed.

The news comes as sanctuary cities are now overflowing with illegals as thousands of foreign nations flood the Southern Border every day amid Democrat President Joe Biden’s migrant crisis.

The issue has already been causing rifts among the party as Democrat mayors blame Biden’s open border for the crisis.

The outlet reportedly spoke with multiple figures regarding the ongoing migrant crisis plaguing major cities like Chicago, Denver, and New York City.

Democrats have frequently attacked Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for bussing migrants into sanctuary states and cities.

However, the report suggested Democrats are frustrated with one another, particularly between the Illinois and Colorado governors.

“The Illinois governor [J.B. Pritzker] said that, in the meantime, migrants were being sent to Denver, which was then sending them to Chicago, which Pritzker called ‘unhelpful,’” the report read.

“He said Democratic Colorado Gov. Jared Polis told him, ‘We’re not telling people to go to Chicago. They’re just getting off the bus and saying they’d like to go to Chicago.’

“I said, ‘Come on. That’s not the case. You know, you guys are buying tickets to Chicago.’

“I said to him, ‘We can do the same thing back, and we’re not going to. This is not how we should be operating.’”

Pritzker also appeared to criticize New York City’s Democrat Mayor Eric Adams.

The governor claims many of the migrants in his state have been coming from Adams’ city.

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“There’s actually a list that I handed to the mayor of Chicago since he is close to the mayors,” Pritzker said.

“I said, ‘Here’s a list of how many people have been sent to Chicago. You should call each mayor, starting with the mayor of New York and tell them, ‘You’ve got to stop doing that.'”

Pritzker reportedly informed Chicago’s radical Democrat Mayor Brandon Johnson on the matter in January.

The Chicago Sun-Times also spoke with former Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, whose term ended when migrants started to be shipped to her city.

Lightfoot said she and Mayor Adams reached out with a “cease and desist” message to Gov. Polis regarding migrants.

“He didn’t stop until we outed him in public,” Lightfoot said.

“We sent him a letter.

“We released it to the press, and then they decided, ‘Oh, I’m getting bad publicity.’

“I mean, it was just, it was the crassest form of politics that I think I’ve experienced in quite a long time.”

Pritzker admitted that when the bussing of migrants first began in 2022, his adminsitration didn’t pay much attention.

“I did not regard it as a threat,” Pritzker said.

“Even when the first buses arrived, I just viewed it as a stunt and did not think this was going to be 40,000 people arriving.

“Because how would you know? And they certainly weren’t telling anybody.”

By contrast, Lightfoot referred to the beginning of the crisis as an “ambush.”

“In those early days, we really didn’t get much in the way of a heads-up,” Lightfoot said.

“We didn’t know anything about numbers, who was on the manifest of these buses, what their situation was, who they were, what their countries of origin were, what, if any, medical needs.

“We really got next to no information.

“It was like an ambush. That’s what it felt like.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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