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Massachusetts Officials Pleading with Private Homeowners to Take in Illegal Aliens

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Massachusetts is facing a housing crisis due to an influx of illegal immigrants, prompting Governor Maura Healey to declare a state of emergency.

As a result, the state is struggling to find places for newly arriving migrants to stay, leading to suggestions of housing them in private homes.

The government is urging legal residents to open their homes to illegal immigrants, and non-governmental groups are holding seminars to inform residents about acting as a “host home.” (Trending: Hunter Biden’s Art Scheme Exposed By GOP Probe)

A “state of emergency” was declared by Healey.

“There are currently nearly 5,600 families or more than 20,000 individuals in state shelter, including children and pregnant women,” she continued.

Lt. Gov. Kim Driscoll said, “Most importantly, if you have an extra room or suite in your home, please consider hosting a family. Housing and shelter is our most pressing need and become a sponsor family.”

State Rep. Peter Durant said, “Either we have had a massive spike of homelessness, or the vast majority of these people are illegal immigrants.”

Columnist Howie Carr wrote, “Joe Biden et al. have turned what was a decent, if woke neighborhood, into a Bidenville. The illegals are up all night, driving their unregistered scooters everywhere. Needles litter the gutters. The illegals are harassing young American girls and ‘verbally abusing’ adults.”

“Can the residents of, say, Dover or Weston choose between a MS-13 gangbanger and a member of Los Trinitarios?” asked Carr.

This has raised concerns about the safety of homeowners and the state’s authority to require citizens to take in illegal immigrants.

The state’s “right to housing” law for homeless families, which is unique to Massachusetts, has become increasingly costly and is prompting calls for changes.

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