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Sanctuary Cities Struggling To Face Reality

via CBS New York
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City Councilman Justin Brannan criticizes the focus on the migrant crisis as a political tactic to divide and conquer.

He blames Mayor Adams and The Post for exaggerating the issue, which he believes is hurting Democrats.

New York City’s migrant issues are now “a specter that demagogues can use as the threat du jour,” City Councilman Justin Brannan said. (Trending: First Moon Mission In 50 Years Blasts Off)

“It used to be ‘defund the police’ or bail reform. Now this is the new thing they can divide and conquer on.”

However, 84% of New Yorkers see the influx of migrants as a serious problem, and the real issue lies in President Biden’s policies, not messaging.

Mayor Adams is under pressure to address the crisis, with the city spending nearly $2 billion on migrants and facing cuts to city services.

The piece warns that if Democrats fail to address the migrant crisis, it could lead to Republican success in 2024.

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