In upstate New York, a motel removed all of its guests in order to accommodate a group of illegal aliens that had been bused in from New York City.
According to the Washington Free Beacon, the Super 8 Motel in Rotterdam ejected all of its guests without any prior warning. The illegals were to be housed at the motel under an agreement that had been signed with officials who said that the illegals had originally come from Texas.
“There are so many questions we have,” said Rotterdam town supervisor Mollie Collins. “Because we haven’t been given any information.”
Some of the guests who were kicked out were in poverty, and depended on assistance from the Montgomery County Department of Social Services. New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D-N.Y.) said that guests who were forced out will be granted an “extended stay” at nearby facilities with no charge.
“Guests at that hotel were all offered to be relocated and booked for an extended stay at a comparable hotel in the same area free of charge,” said a statement from Adams’ office. “All but one reservation took our contractor up on that offer and instead preferred to be re-booked at the comparable hotel on a daily basis, which we facilitated.”
New York City has seen one of the largest influxes of illegal aliens under the Biden Administration, as many illegals have the nation’s largest city in mind as their ideal destination. Furthermore, several Republican governors, such as Greg Abbott (R-Texas) and Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) have decided to send busloads of illegals to New York City, along with other heavily Democratic jurisdictions, in order to mock the Democrats’ open-borders stance on immigration.
With city resources strained beyond the limit by too many illegals, Adams has resorted to sending buses full of illegals to other counties throughout the state. His office has already sued 33 New York counties that refuse to accept such illegals, with the counties responding by filing emergency orders to keep illegals out of their hotels.