Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport
In recent developments, Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey declared a state of emergency earlier this month due to a significant increase in migrants seeking shelter within the state. This crisis prompted her to mobilize the National Guard to assist in managing the situation. However, this decision has left Cape Cod residents outraged, especially in the context of the broader national migrant crisis linked to President Biden’s policies.
The Bourne Enterprise, a local newspaper, reported widespread anger across the Cape Cod peninsula as residents voiced their opposition to the state’s decision to provide temporary housing for migrant families relocated to Massachusetts. Protesters outside the building expressed their concerns with signs reading “Americans First,” while inside, residents raised questions about potential violations of the board of health regulations and the capacity of the public school system to accommodate children from immigrant families.
The Bourne Select Board meeting witnessed dozens of residents vehemently opposing Governor Healey’s plan to repurpose parts of the Joint Base Cape Cod and local hotels as migrant shelters.
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Governor Healey has reached out to US Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas for assistance in addressing the migrant crisis. She has emphasized that Massachusetts is in a state of emergency and commended the deployment of the National Guard to aid in managing the situation.
In a related development, New York City Mayor Eric Adams has issued a warning about the migrant crisis, stating that it could have a devastating impact on the metro area.
This situation highlights the ongoing challenges faced by Democratic leaders as they grapple with the consequences of open border policies, which, in the view of some, have resulted in a significant influx of undocumented immigrants into the country. The controversy surrounding Governor Healey’s decision to house migrants reflects the broader debate over immigration policy in the United States.