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New York City Mayor Eric Adams said Sunday that he is considering taking legal action against the state of Texas over a bus of immigrants sent from the Lone Star state to the Big Apple.
“Our legal team is looking at legal challenges we can take in Texas,” the Democrat told CBS 2. “I believe we have several options. New Yorker [not] being treated unfairly. “
This is due to more buses arriving in New York City from Texas on Sunday mornings.
Adams has also suggested that the city may use cruise ships to house the thousands of immigrants who enter the city’s homeless shelters. said he saw cruise ships as temporary housing to deal with the homeless, but never did.
New York Mayor Adams says city is at ‘breaking point’ with arrival of immigrants from Texas
“We see it as a temporary measure, not a permanent one. The permanent measure is getting people into housing,” he said in an interview with CBS 2. “This issue.” We have to find temporary measures to deal with
At least 11,000 immigrants have entered the city’s homeless shelters since May, including 2,500 who arrived on buses sent from Texas. plans to open a shelter, Adams said.
In a separate television interview on Sunday, Adams asked Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott to at least notify the city of the immigrant bus dispatch.
City officials called Abbott’s office and asked for time to coordinate the arrival of the bus and contact family members and newly arrived sponsors to prepare the shelter.
New York Mayor Adams slams Republican governor for sending immigrant buses to distract them from ‘human rights’ violations
“They answered the phone and said they would make arrangements,” he told ABC’s “This Week.”
“And they didn’t coordinate at all because they didn’t think it was politically expedient for them to coordinate. It was showmanship,” Adams continued.
Abbott said Texas will continue to send immigrant buses to sanctuary cities such as New York City, Washington DC and Chicago until the federal government secures the southern border.
Bill Melugin of Fox News said that Homeland Security sources found 1,967 illegal trips and 335 Title 42 deportations in the El Paso, Texas sector in a 24-hour window from Saturday to Sunday. He said he reported that he was alone.
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During the same period, the Del Rio sector had 1,707 illegal crossings and only 514 Title 42 expulsions, while the Yuma sector had 757 illegal crossings and Title 42 expulsions, according to Melguin sources. There were only 39 expulsions.
In two additional television interviews on Sunday, Adams said Abbott, who flew immigrants to Massachusetts’ Martha’s Vineyard, and Florida Republican Gov. He said he was moving. Abortion and guns.
Abbott’s and Adams’ offices did not respectively respond to Fox News Digital’s requests for comment.