More migrants arrive in NYC, David Paterson calls it ‘brilliant’

Another busload of border-crossers from Texas arrived in the Big Apple on Sunday morning — as a top city official ripped the Lone Star State governor’s policy and a former New York gov called it “brilliant.” Thirty-one mask-wearing, young-adult migrants got off a white bus about 7 a.m. at Manhattan’s Port Authority Bus Terminal amid the … Read more

Migrants on Texas-to-NYC bus threaten to call cops on driver

Immigrants on a Texas bus bound for the Big Apple — which was supposed to go to several cities along the way to let passengers off — threatened to call cops when the driver said they wouldn’t be stopping in Tennessee, The Post has learned. The charter bus is part of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s … Read more

Texas Mayor Villalobos chides Eric Adams on migrant buses

A Texas border town official chided Mayor Adams Saturday for his furious reaction to the Lone Star State’s new push to bus asylum seekers to the Big Apple and other northern cities. “You see New York, you see Washington [DC] kind of drowning with a few buses,” McAllen Mayor Javier Villalobos scoffed in an interview … Read more

Migrants use charity cash to flee NYC when they can’t get into shelter

The city’s shelter system is too dysfunctional for these migrants! Four asylum-seekers who braved trekking to the US-Mexico border — and across it — got so fed up waiting for beds in New York City that they used charity money to get out and head to Washington, DC, The Post has learned. The unidentified men … Read more

Texas Gov. Abbott dares NYC Mayor Adams to ‘make my day’ in migrant war

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tapped into his inner “Dirty Harry” on Wednesday and publicly dared Mayor Eric Adams to “make my day” by carrying through on his threat to send New Yorkers to campaign against his re-election bid. Abbott also vowed to keep sending busloads of asylum-seekers to New York City, saying Adams was merely … Read more

More buses packed with migrants from Texas arrive in NYC

Three buses packed with migrants from Texas arrived in New York City early Wednesday — welcomed by supporters who thrust $20 bills in their hands. The buses arrived at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown, days after Mayor Eric Adams blasted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott as “anti-American” for relocating the asylum-seekers. John Torres, who … Read more

Buses sending asylum seekers from Arizona to Washington, D.C. cost $80K per trip

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — A program that sends asylum seekers on charter buses from the Arizona-Mexico border to Washington, D.C. has cost the State of Arizona an estimated $3 million in its three months of operation. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey started the program in May, sending asylum seekers from Arizona to the nation’s capital. The … Read more

Here’s what NYC can expect from Texas border migrant surge this week

At least three more buses carrying migrants from Texas to New York City are on the way — with one expected to arrive within hours, a City Hall official said Tuesday. “We’ve learned buses are arriving tonight and two more tomorrow,” Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Manuel Castro told the City Council’s Committee on General Welfare. Castro … Read more

Adams, Abbott trade barbs over Texas migrant buses

Mayor Eric Adams and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott traded barbs — and blame — Monday following the latest arrival of asylum-seeking Mexican-border migrants relocated from the Lone Star State to the Big Apple. Adams accused Abbott of being “anti-American” for “shipping” busloads of migrants to New York City in response to what the Republican governor calls President Biden’s “open … Read more

AOC, Torres, Espaillat Demand DHS Answers – NBC New York

Some of the top members of New York City’s congressional delegation are demanding answers from the Department of Homeland Security, after News 4 reported migrants were being sent to the city with erroneous paperwork that left them without shelter and at risk of missing key asylum appointments. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rep. Adriano Espaillat sent … Read more