NYC Mayor Eric Adams Warns Immigrants Will Soon Be Sleeping on Streets

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has warned that illegal immigrants will soon be forced to sleep on streets as the city struggles to find space to house them amid an ongoing surge in new arrivals.

The Democrat issued the warning in an interview with FOX5 New York on Jan. 2.

Mr. Adams said that New York City is “being inundated” with illegal immigrants, with roughly 2,5000 arriving every week, although that number can top 4,000 on some weeks, he said.

“We’re not just saying we’re out of room as a sound bite, we’re out of room literally. People are going to be eventually sleeping on the streets,” Mr. Adams said.

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