NYC Mayor Eric Adams “Deeply Contemplating” Busing NYC Residents to Texas in Retaliation


    New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) said this week that he is “deeply contemplating” busing New Yorkers to Texas to knock on doors in response to Gov. Greg Abbott (R) busing illegal immigrants to the sanctuary city.

    “I already called all of my friends in Texas and told them how to cast their vote,” said he stated during a press conference.

    “And I am deeply contemplating taking a busload of New Yorkers to go to Texas and do some good old-fashioned door knocking, because we have to for the good of America,” Adams declared. “We have to get him out of office.”

    Adams’ threat follows Abbott sending busloads of undocumented refugees to New York city, causing the Democrat mayor to call Abbott's conduct “horrific,” despite his self-proclaimed commitment to welcoming the newcomers “with open arms.”

    However, Abbott has attributed his decision to send illegals into blue sanctuary zones to Biden's “continued refusal to acknowledge the crisis caused by his open border policies.”

    “In addition to Washington, D.C., New York City is the ideal destination for these migrants, who can receive the abundance of city services and housing that Mayor Eric Adams has boasted about within the sanctuary city,” Abbott stated on August 5th.

    “I hope he follows through on his promise of welcoming all migrants with open arms so that our overrun and overwhelmed border towns can find relief,” he added. 

    Breitbart News got video footage of one of busses of migrants that was filled with mostly single males, arriving on Friday at the Port Authority in New York City.

    When another bus came through on Sunday afternoon, Adams criticised Abbott for safeguarding citizens of the Lone Star State.

    “This is horrific, when you think about what the governor is doing,” Adams declared.

    “It is unimaginable what the governor of Texas has done, when you think about this country, a country that has always been open to those who were fleeing persecution,” he said.

    “We’ve always welcomed them. And this governor is not doing that in Texas. But we are going to set the right tone of being here for these families,” he said. stating that the people were “forced on the bus.”


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