NY Gov. Kathy Hochul Regrets Welcoming Illegal Migrants, Pushes Back on Biden’s Open Border Policy

New York Governor Kathy Hochul called on Congress to establish tighter regulation of the border to keep illegal migrants out of the country.

Hochul, remarkably, expressed concerns about masses of people from various parts of the world arriving and requesting asylum, and a significant number of them ending up homeless on the streets of New York.

The Empire State’s governor pushed back on Biden’s open borders policy during her appearance on CBS’s “Face The Nation.”

“But it’s stunning that a trillion dollars is not is not sufficient,” Brennan noted. “I want to ask you as well about the other crisis you’ve been raising alarms about not is the strain due to migrants. There were no border provisions in this congressional bill that just passed. And I know you’ve said you’ve had to manage without help from Washington. What would you ask Congress to get done in the next 45 days?”

“Well, shame on Speaker McCarthy and the Republicans in Congress, including the nine from New York state who are complaining like crazy about the migrants, but refuse to work with President Biden and come up with a sensible border strategy,” Hochul said. “It can be done. This can be done



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