Migrants Flood Into Blue-States–And The Result Will Make You Laugh

President Joe Biden’s influx of foreign migrants into Chicago’s communities and jobs is drawing angry protests from locals.

Natasha Dunn, a local, told TV cameras, “It is a slap in the face that you’re bringing people who aren’t citizens here in our neighborhood in buildings that we have to pay taxes for and that you took away from us. We as citizens of the United States of America don’t have the resources nor support. This is completely inappropriate. The streets of Chicago are covered with blood from black folks,” she said.

At a boisterous gathering on May 4, one demonstrator brandished a banner that said, “Build the Wall 2024.”

At the May 4 meeting, a prominent Democratic municipal official criticized the policy, according to BlockClubChicago.org:

“A few minutes later, the throng interrupted a presentation regarding the plans by local authorities.”

“The migrants came from a location where they didn’t have anything, so I know what that is,” local Etta McChristian said. “But ultimately, why should Chicago care about others if it cannot even care for its own? Why can’t the resources be given to us if they can be provided to others?”

The anticipated future mayor of the city is a Democrat who has expressed his preference for illegal immigrants above native-born citizens. Brandon Johnson stated, “We have a duty to make certain that families seeking love and support right here in the heart of Chicago as well as across the state of Illinois are not only welcomed but are also taken care of with federal aid.”

Johnson minimized the tension in the community brought on by the mandated diversity, saying: “I wish to take steps to make sure that there are no black families who have experienced being left out, and all the brown families that want in, aren’t viewed as a divided space.”

According to city authorities, they plan to shelter another 1,000 refugees and spend $35 million on around 1,300 family units.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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