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New York Democrat Governor Tells Migrants To “GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!”


The Democratic state of New York is reaping what it sowed.

In a recent interview with CNN Democrat Governor of New York, Kathy Hochul stated that all migrants must “go somewhere else.”

Hochul continued “We have to let the word out that when you come to New York, you’re not going to have more hotel rooms. We don’t have capacity, so we have to also message properly.”

Watch the moment she said it here:

Citizen Free Press called out Hochul’s hypocrisy:

Per Fox News:

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul seemingly changed her tune on the migrant crisis Thursday, remarking during a CNN appearance, “If you’re going to leave your country, go somewhere else.”

“We have to let the word out that when you come to New York, you’re not going to have more hotel rooms,” Hochul said. “We don’t have capacity, so we have to also message properly.”

“The smarter thing is to apply for asylum before you leave your country,” the governor added.

The notable shift comes after the Democrat previously touted New York’s sanctuary status.

New York Republicans have long demanded Hochul rescind the state’s sanctuary designation.

“New York City’s leaders chose to be a sanctuary city, putting out a welcome mat for every migrant who arrives in the country. They chose virtue signaling over good government policy, and so must bear the consequences,” a group of eight state senators told Hochul in a Sept. 1 letter. “That in no way affords you or Mayor Adams the luxury of transferring the impacts of your failed policies onto our suburban communities.”

Here’s what the New York Post reported:

Gov. Kathy Hochul said she supports nixing New York City’s “right to shelter” law – as the relentless influx of migrants pouring in only continues to cripple an already “at capacity” Big Apple.

The governor backed Mayor Eric Adams’ push to suspend the decades-old mandate amid the escalating migrant crisis, telling CNN Wednesday the rule was never meant to “house literally the entire world.”

“That is the right thing to do,” Hochul said of rescinding the court-ordered mandate that requires the city to provide a bed for anyone who requests one.

“The original premise behind the right to shelter was, for starters, for homeless men on the streets, people experiencing aids that was [then] extended to families,” she said.



 

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