Migrants continue pouring across our border at record breaking numbers.
And blue cities and states are getting hit hard:
- After cutting crucial funding from police and public safety resources, New York Democrats are demanding the federal government relocate migrants to other states.
- Massachusetts leaders are now asking for federal support and funding to help deal with a “significant influx of migrants.”
- Chicago Mayor Johnson is under fire after a failed tent base camp for migrants, as more than 4,000 migrants are reportedly living in police districts and the airport.
- Denver Mayor Johnston is pleading for the Biden administration to get migrants off their streets as winter weather hits harder.
Meanwhile, the mayors of five cities – Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, and New York – have been pressing the Biden administration for over a month to help manage the surge of migrants, but to no avail.
No wonder the latest polling shows Republicans hold an 18-point lead when it comes to handling immigration.
And it’s not going to change, as even today, House Democrats continue to push back against taking necessary border security measures.
“Democrats have created an unrestrained migrant crisis, and they refuse to do anything about it,” said CLF Communications Director Courtney Parella. “Voters in these blue cities and states will be looking across the aisle to Republicans to help get our border under control come next November.”