Mayor Adams Issues Urgent Warning as Border Crisis Engulfs New York City

Democrat Mayor Eric Adams has just issued an urgent warning over the national border crisis as New York City has now become overrun with illegal aliens.

Adams stressed with a sense of urgency that New York City has now run “out of room” due to the flood of migrants.

The mayor is warning that the escalating border crisis is engulfing not only the Big Apple but other major cities across America.

“Our hearts are endless, but our resources are not,” Adams warned.

“It’s not like New York is not saying we are not a city of immigrants. We are.

“We have a rich history of immigrants, but we can’t take the global problem and it become our problem.

“That is unfair to New Yorkers, and is unfair to migrants.”

Thanks to NYC’s “sanctuary city” policies, Adams faces a predicament as the Big Apple is bursting at the seams.

Officials are struggling to find places to house all of the illegals and are spending billions in taxpayer funds on doing so.

However, thanks to these “sanctuary city” policies, Adams is unable to hand migrants who are repeat offenders over to I.C.E., meaning the city is experiencing a theft and violent crime surge.

Thanks to a “right-to-shelter” rule enacted in the 1980s, Adams is also legally required to house everyone.

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Sitting down with FOX 5 New York’s Rosanna Scotto for an interview featured on the Fox Nation special, “The Sanctuary Trap,” Adams pressed the point that NYC’s resources are strained.

He revealed that everything has now reached capacity.

“We’re not just saying we’re out of room as a soundbite,” he continued.

“We’re out of room, literally. People are going to be eventually sleeping on the streets.

“What would it take for you to close the front door?” Scotto asked.

Adams replied that he doesn’t have the authority to tell people they can’t come in.

He added that, even if a migrant repeatedly commits crimes, New York authorities are unable to turn them over to I.C.E.

“The law states that we cannot notify I.C.E.,” he said.

“I cannot break the law and enforce the law. I can’t deport.

“I can’t stop people from coming in, repeated criminal behavior, I can’t report to I.C.E. for deportation.

“So there’s certain things I can’t do.”

Adams explained, however, that challenges to the right-to-shelter rule are in progress in the court system, saying, “We stated that it wasn’t meant to be for migrants and asylum seekers.”

Meanwhile, news buzzes around the crippling effects of the migrant crisis on the New York City area as resources are stretched thin.

Gangs of migrants are roaming the streets and engaging in violent altercations with NYPD officers.

In one instance, high school students were temporarily forced to shift to remote learning so that migrants could take shelter inside their school.

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