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Everyone knows the Biden administration’s suicidal
immigration policy — which basically boils down to “let ‘er rip”
— is unsustainable and is destroying the country. But with its
iron-fisted enforcement of far-left speech and social codes, Big
Left has so far kept the lid on the simmering resentment.
Even in the Big Blue Apple, Mayor Eric Adams is all-in on
facilitating the transplantation of the entire Third World into
his city. His greatest act of resistance has been to whine about
how the federal government needs to send him more taxpayer money
to supplement the $12 billion (!) of New Yorkers’ taxpayer
dollars he’s spending
on the aliens.
But the situation has become highly unstable — in New
York and across the country — and sooner or later, genuine
resistance will erupt on a large scale. One borough in dark-blue
New York City, Staten Island, has been speaking up loud and
clear. And on Tuesday, the resistance scored a resounding court
The battle flared up over the summer when Adams decided
he would move hundreds of Biden’s asylum-scammer army into a
shuttered Catholic school — which he had previously promised the
city would reopen as a new school — in the low-density,
residential Arrochar neighborhood. But Staten Island is perhaps
the reddest of NYC’s blue boroughs, and the residents rose up
against the plan.
Large protests filled the streets around the shelter day
after day, and the pressure intensified. “Ten people were
arrested and one police officer was slightly injured during a
protest in Staten Island… against the arrival of a bus full of
migrants at a local shelter,” reported PJ
Media’s Rick Moran a week ago.
Staten Island’s Nicole Malliotakis, a rare Republican
U.S. rep from NYC, described the outrage her constituents were
feeling: “We have [legal] immigrants from all over the world in
my district, and the immigrant communities are the ones who are
most upset. Why? Because they sacrificed greatly. They followed
the rules. They waited their turn. They did everything right,
and now they see a group of people coming into the community,
taking taxpayer resources away,” she fumed on
Fox5 NY’s “Good Day New York” Wednesday morning. “This was a
school that was supposed to have 1,000 seats [for] our
overcrowded system, and it’s been taken away from the community.
Our national parks now are being taken away from our community.
I had an assisted living facility where… a 95-year-old veteran
this week, who, he and seniors were removed from that facility.
And then the organization, Homes for the Homeless, that ran it
turned around and cut a deal with the mayor to turn it into a
Adams’s suicidal migrants-first policy is the result of
his absurd interpretation of New York state’s “right to shelter”
policy. Most people understand that the policy, which arose from
a 1981 court ruling, was intended to assist actual New Yorkers
who were homeless as the city simultaneously struggled with the
AIDS epidemic. But NYC Adams decided it actually applies to
anyone from anywhere in the whole world who comes to his city
and demands shelter. He also thinks it extends to cover food,
transportation, clothes, schooling and social services for
children, and on and on.
Malliotakis and other Staten Island Republicans sued the
city, and on Tuesday, they won a massive victory. Staten Island
Supreme Court Justice Wayne Ozzi ruled that the migrants must be
removed from the school building.
The victory could even have fatal implications for
Biden’s no-limits-on-immigration policy all across big, blue New
This sort of successful rebellion is extremely dangerous
to the globalist forces who are trying to bury America beneath
an army of intruders. If other locales get wind of it, they’re
going to start doing the same thing. After all, NYC isn’t the
only place where residents are sick of being treated like a
welcome mat for illegal aliens to wipe their feet on.
The win is also incredibly dangerous because it gives a
huge morale boost to Americans everywhere who are sick of their
government facilitating an invasion — and there’s a big election
on the horizon.