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Massachusetts URGES Residents to Shelter Border Crossers

Massachusetts URGES Residents to Shelter Border Crossers

( – As the number of homeless people in the state continues to rise due to illegal immigration, Massachusetts officials request that residents accept border crossers and illegal aliens into their homes.

According to WBUR, Governor Maura Healey (D) is urging people to think about taking in border crossers and illegal aliens if they have spare spaces in their houses or apartments:

“Massachusetts officials are seeking residents willing to host newly arrived families needing shelter. Hosts are asked to provide a room or apartment for a few days until longer-term accommodations can be arranged. [Emphasis added]

A significant portion of the families in need of housing in the state are new immigrants. Many of those arriving in Boston have fled violence in Haiti and traveled through other states before coming to Massachusetts. [Emphasis added]”

While the state is paying for roughly 40 hotels and motels to host new arrivals at taxpayer expense, Healey wants to keep border crossers and illegal aliens in citizens’ private homes.

According to Boston Herald columnist Howie Carr, Healey has not sent border crossers or illegal immigrants to many of Massachusetts’ “millionaire destinations,” including Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Cambridge, or Newburyport.

“The Healey administration has released a list of the 28 cities and towns where it is spending millions on hotels and motels for thousands of handout-demanding illegals arriving from the Third World,” Carr writes.

“Oddly, however, almost all the ultra-affluent suburban communities most loudly committed to celebrating diversity have thus far been unable to provide suitable free housing for the new non-working classes,” he added.

Approximately 316,000 illegal immigrants live in Massachusetts today.

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