Along with announcing a proposed partnership with faith-based organizations, New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently floated the idea of eventually housing thousands of migrants in private dwellings and paying landlords and homeowners to do so. The Big Apple’s mayor noted the city would have to get over a "30-day rule," but declined to go into details of implementing his plan.
Adams stated: “It is my vision to take the next step to the faith-based locales and then move to private residences,” remarking that many “have spare rooms."
Mr. mayor, I would suggest you start with the governor’s mansion, as I’m certain there are spare rooms in your edifice.
If this “plan” is implemented, there will likely be chaos…and worse.
“Mom, who’s in the spare bedroom?”
“Oh, that’s Manuel, dear. He’s going to be staying with us for a few months.”
“And who’s in the loft?”
“That’s Jesus, honey. Pay no attention. I’m sure you won’t even be aware that he’s above us.”
“And what about the crawl space? I saw some trash and, like, pipes or something down there.”
“That’s just Miguel. He says he’s trying to get clean, so don’t pester him.”