While most of the Democrat Party has long since gone mad, former Governor Andrew Cuomo appears to have done some reflection after seeing the media turn against him in the wake of several scandals.
And that reflection has directly led to some rather clear realizations, in particular regarding Biden’s brazen lies about the border.
Not to mention his brazen absence of a plan, which Cuomo sharply criticized on his recent “As a Matter of Fact” podcast.
Astonishingly, Cuomo sided with the “southern states” over the Biden White House.
“The southern states were right that opening the border created a tremendous hardship for them to handle. They were right that the federal government was not prepared,” Cuomo remarked coolly.
No kidding. Though hats off to Cuomo for actually calling out the federal government’s border solution for what it is … nonexistent.
The federal government actually spent months denying that there was a problem at all, despite copious evidence to the contrary.
“It was a mistake for President Biden to open the border without having a plan to handle the tremendous flow of people,” Cuomo continued crisply, “President Biden had said he would do it in the campaign – but you can’t change a policy unless you have the program in place to manage the change.”
Nope, you most certainly cannot.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, on the other hand, has been a bit more effusive in his remarks about migrants, if only because he knows they’ll be voting in droves soon, courtesy of sanctuary city “policies.”
“New York has been a place where the humanitarian response of the migrant crisis has been really something that’s a symbol of what we are as a country. Making sure that people have a safe place to sleep, making sure they have medical care, food, clean clothing,” Adams declared.
Felipe Rodriguez, employed at The Row, has a rather opposite view of Adams, especially as he is one of the individuals actually tasked with providing assistance in giving people “a safe place to sleep.”
Needless to say, Rodriguez did not observe an abundance of gratitude amongst the migrants.
“Their self-entitlement is beyond belief,” Rodriguez remarked in disgust, “they believe that… the hotel is theirs, and they’re going to do what will what they want, and our general manager really don’t care about any of the workers’ toxic conditions or hostile conditions. All he cares about is the money.”
Rodriguez noted that the hotel management is apparently fine with the migrants destroying all the rooms, as none other than Big Brother is footing the bill.
Using taxpayer funds, of course.
Apparently, 26,000 of 38,000 known migrants currently residing in hotels across Manhattan are racking up 100% taxpayer-funded hotel bills to the tune of $650,000 per night.
As Rodriguez coolly remarked, “they wanted more money, so it’s easy money from the city.”
In other words, the hotel doesn’t even bother marketing to people who actually work, contribute, and generally avoid trashing hotel rooms when it can get easy, guaranteed money from the government instead.
Kind of like landlords and Section 8 housing vouchers.
Seems Cuomo would sympathize a tad more with Rodriguez than Adams.
That said, Cuomo does agree with Adams in terms of the federal government’s general incompetence.
And apparent unwillingness to do … anything.
“Our volunteers, our NGOs making sure no one is without the necessary needs that they deserve. We’ve done our job. Now it’s time for the national government to do its job,” Adams asserted.
Cuomo also chimed in, noting that the federal government absolutely should intervene and take control of a growing crisis across the nation.
“This is a federal problem,” Cuomo declared, “immigration is a federal responsibility. … The border is not just the gateway for people, but for drugs. This is on top of a homeless problem that had already strained resources in urban areas.”
Maybe Kamala can cackle the migrants away …
Author: Jane Jones