NYC Mayor Eric Adams Proposes Housing Undocumented Immigrants in Private Homes with Spare Rooms (VIDEO)

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Proposes Housing Undocumented Immigrants in Private Homes with Spare Rooms (VIDEO)
NYC Mayor Eric Adams Proposes Housing Undocumented Immigrants in Private Homes with Spare Rooms (VIDEO)
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**NYC Mayor Eric Adams Calls for Residents to House Illegal Aliens in Private Homes**

New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently proposed that regular New Yorkers should offer their homes to accommodate the busloads of illegal aliens arriving in the city. His controversial plan seeks to utilize private residences as shelters, raising questions about its feasibility and potential consequences.

Mayor Adams, during a City Hall press conference, expressed his vision to extend the current practice of housing illegal immigrants in faith-based locations to private residences. He believes that many New Yorkers are facing economic challenges and could benefit from using their spare rooms to house these illegals. Adams suggests that the $4.2 to $4.3 billion budget could be spent on everyday houses of worship instead of corporations.

While addressing the current “30 day rule,” which prevents the city from housing homeless people in private residences, Adams acknowledged the need to work around this regulation but provided no specific solutions. According to the New York Post, over 72,000 people have entered Gotham since last spring, with over 45,000 currently residing in 160 taxpayer-funded emergency shelters and hotels.

**Mayor Adams’ Proposal Spawns Debate Over the Role of Private Homes in Addressing the Illegal Immigration Crisis**

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