Migrant bus transports from the southern border don’t appear to be slowing down. Thursday morning saw an additional bus unload outside Vice President Kamala Harris’ D.C. residence and two more buses drop off in New York City.
That’s in addition to the seven buses that arrived in the Big Apple on Wednesday.
From Fox News:
The ongoing influx has put a strain on New York City’s shelter system, leading officials to look for places to house people and proposing temporary tent facilities.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced Monday that the city’s humanitarian relief center was being moved to Randall’s Island after storms raised concerns over flooding at the original site.
The outlet also said that a group of people who lived in neighborhoods near Orchard Beach had announced their intentions to file a lawsuit and a temporary restraining order.
Watch the migrant bus arrive at Veep’s D.C. residence below:
NEW: More than two dozen migrants from South America, have arrived by bus from Texas at the US Naval Observatory, the home of Vice President Kamala Harris. Arrived before dawn, and were greeted by aid groups, and transported in smaller buses to nearby accommodations. pic.twitter.com/WIC41A7a3a
— Neal Augenstein (@AugensteinWTOP) October 6, 2022