Here’s Gov. Chris Murphy in 2017. “We will stand up to this president. If need be, we will be a sanctuary not just city but state.”
Here’s Murphy now.
Gov. Phil Murphy suggested Thursday that New Jersey does not have the resources to take an influx of migrants from New York City at the direction of the Biden administration.
“I don’t see any scenario where we’re going to be able to take in a program in Atlantic City or frankly elsewhere in the state,” Murphy said on News 12 New Jersey’s “Ask Governor Murphy.”
What a difference a different president and a little pain make.
New York is begging anyone and everyone to take the illegal invaders bused into the city.
Chicago’s woke mayor has his own message. “Let me state this clearly: The city of Chicago cannot go on welcoming new arrivals safely and capably without significant support and immigration policy changes.”
LA’s Mayor Karen Bass was reduced to claiming that busing migrants in the rain was evil. “It is evil to endanger the lives of vulnerable migrants by sending a bus with families and toddlers on board to a city that at the time was under an unprecedented tropical storm warning. As I stood with state and local leaders warning Angelenos to stay safe and brace themselves for the worst of the coming storm, the Governor of Texas sent families and toddlers straight for us on a path through extreme weather conditions.”
The bottom line is that no one wants thousands of illegal alien invaders being dumped on their front porch.
D.C., Chicago, and New York City learned the price of sanctuary posturing the hard way. And now the Garden State slimeball is running away from his own promises to turn his state into even more of a dumping ground for the invasion.
Gov. Maura Healey in Massachusetts declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard (sadly not to expel the invaders.) Denver, also big on sanctuary, is struggling.
Sanctuary used to be cheap virtue signaling in the Trump era. Now that Biden has rammed open the border to fill the country with the invaders, it’s suddenly not so cheap anymore.