Denver’s New Message for Illegals

Illegal aliens

( – Stressing the current situation of the absurd number of illegal aliens entering the country, a Denver official recently urged new migrants in the area to consider relocating to New York or other US cities.

The official warned that staying in the Colorado capital might lead to more challenges.

9 News obtained a recent video where city worker Andres Carrera addressed a group of migrants at a shelter and stated that Denver lacked the resources to adequately support them emphasizing that “the opportunities are over.”

“We are not going to block you if you want to stay here … I am here to tell you know your path is not over,” Carrera reportedly told the aliens group in Spanish.

“If you stay here, you are going to suffer even more and I don’t want to see this.”

Carrera, the city’s newcomer communication liaison, also mentioned that the city “received too many migrants and that is why we ran out of resources.”

Instead, he offered migrants the opportunity to board a city-paid bus to another destination, including New York, which has faced its own influx of migrants.

“New York gives you more,” Carrera, also the political director for Mayor Mike Johnston, said. “Chicago gives you more, so I suggest you go there, where there is longer-term shelter. There are also more job opportunities there.”

Carrera reportedly told the group that they would not have to walk as the city would buy free tickets. He also expressed that they would take them to the Canadian border, although the city clarified to the station that it would only take migrants near the northern border, not over it.

Denver accommodates individual migrants for two weeks and migrant families with children for six weeks before relocating them from shelters due to possible budget cuts, the station reported.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has consistently highlighted the more than 100,000 migrants transported by bus to so-called sanctuary cities since August 2022.

New York has received the majority of the newcomers, with Mayor Eric Adams describing the situation in Gotham as a “crisis.” He has also encouraged migrants to find other areas in the country to reside as the city’s resources have been strained.

Near the end of his talk, Carrera asked how many migrants wanted to leave Denver for another city, but few expressed interest. However, when asked who wants to stay in Denver, a migrant reportedly replied, “Todos,” meaning “Everyone.”

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