As if our Taxes weren’t being wasted enough, New York City mayor Eric Adams has found a new way to burn our hard earned cash. This time he’s spending our time and money housing illegal aliens in an upscale New York Hotel And Tomi Lahren isn’t having it.
Instead of punishing those who cross our border illegally, Adams is rewarding people for breaking into our country.
As the New York Post reports, a luxury Manhattan hotel dubbed the “Lullaby of Broadway” will soon be home to hundreds of asylum-seeking migrants.
Adams’ latest move has enraged the public. One of those people was Tomi Lahren, who slammed Adams on “Fox and Friends First” after finding out the news.
In the midst of the city’s spiraling homelessness crisis, Adams plans to transform the Row NYC — previously known as the Milford Plaza and located in pricey Times Square — into a shelter and intake center for 600 migrants, according to three sources familiar with the matter.
Take a look at this footage: https://nypost.com/2022/08/15/row-nyc-hotel-being-turned-into-migrant-shelter/
The city has not revealed how much the hotel plan may cost or who exactly will run it.
In a statement to The Post on Monday, Adams administration spokesman only said the city has extended the deadline to receive bids for the massive hotel project, “to ensure a variety of proposals are received.”
Bids must be submitted by Wednesday, according to the representative. A carpeted sidewalk at the entrance and stone steps inlaid with decorative lights welcome guests to the stately Row NYC on Eighth Avenue between West 44th and West 45th streets, similar to red-carpet events.
Depending on the view and when the hotel could begin housing migrants, the daily weekday rate for a standard room ranges from $414.42 to $435.07 per night, including taxes and “facilities fees.”
The Liberal Mayor Eric Adams’ move should outrage America. Lahren is right on the mark. Our tax dollars could be spent in so many other ways, and this is not one of them. This move just proves that democrats care more about illegals than Americans who desperately need relief in these trying economic times.