Another bus of illegal migrants got off the bus Thursday morning in Washington DC, not far from the residence of Vice President Kamala Harris.
In addition, two additional migrant buses arrived in New York City at Manhattan’s Port Authority transportation hub on Thursday. Seven buses arrived in New York on Wednesday.
States like Texas and Florida and cities like El Paso, Texas, have regularly transported migrants to sanctuary cities in other parts of the country.
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Ongoing removals of incoming illegal border crossers have become a popular method of protest for southern states flooded with migrants who feel ignored by President Biden’s administration.
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Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sent dozens of buses filled with border crossers to Washington, DC, New York City and Chicago in recent months.
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This isn’t the first time illegal immigrants have been transported right next to Harris’ DC residence at the city’s Naval Observatory.
Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a public emergency over busloads of migrants that continue to arrive in the city from Texas and Arizona last month.
Bowser’s emergency declaration would allocate funds to accommodate migrants as well as create the Office of Migrant Services. OMS will be tasked with providing temporary accommodation, emergency medical needs, transport and other services to migrants.
Separately on Thursday morning, illegal immigrants also got off buses in New York City.
The ongoing influx has put a strain on New York City’s shelter system, prompting officials to look for places to house people and suggest temporary tent facilities.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced Monday that the city’s humanitarian relief center was being moved to Randall’s Island after storms raised concerns about flooding at the original site.
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According to Fox 5 New York, Adams is close to hitting one share on housing migrants on cruise ships.
The outlet also said a group of people who lived in neighborhoods near Orchard Beach had announced their intentions to file a lawsuit and seek a temporary restraining order.
Fox News’ Anders Hagstrom, Tyler Olson and Bradford Betz contributed to this report.