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NYC Mayor Eric Adams claims city is ‘near breaking point’ after Texas bused 11,000 migrants


New York City Mayor Eric Adams said shelters are at the ‘breaking point’ after Texas has bused nearly 11,000 migrants to the ‘sanctuary city.’

In a statement on Wednesday, Adams expressed frustration over Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s busing policy that has inundated the Big Apple with thousands of migrants and left a group of 60 without access to a shelter on Monday.

‘In this new and unforeseen reality, where we expect thousands more to arrive every week going forward, the city’s system is nearing its breaking point,’ Adams said. ‘As a result, the city’s prior practices, which never contemplated the bussing of thousands of people into New York City, must be reassessed. 

‘While some may want to use these extraordinary circumstances as an opportunity to play an unproductive game of gotcha, we remain focused on supporting each of these individuals and families who need our city’s help.’

Among the latest group of migrants who arrived in New York this month included 44 from El Paso, which has…



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