“The Infrastructure in New York Is Not Built For This. We Are Not On the Border.”

Massive numbers of illegal alien migrants invading Texas and Arizona are on the right side of history. But when they overrun New York, someone's gonna notice.

Here's the New York Times trying to conflate Gov. Ducey and Gov. Abbott shipping illegal aliens from Texas and Arizona to D.C. with the city's own growing migrant problem.

Venezuelans have been showing up daily at the offices of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York seeking help. “Their primary concern has been a place to stay, food for their children,” said Maryann Tharappel, who directs the organization’s immigrant and refugee services.

“The infrastructure in New York is not built for this,” she said. “We are not on the border.”

That's what happens when you have an open border. Every place becomes a border state.

The article is headlined, "G.O.P. Governors Cause Havoc by Busing Migrants to East Coast" even though the governors are shipping them to D.C., not New York.

But the Times has entered its post-post-journalism phase and its readers are too busy being angry shrieking mass formation psychos to parse that basic fact.

Maybe the next step should be busing illegal aliens to the New York Times building. There's lots of room in there.


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