New York's Mayor Eric Adams wants the rest of America to pay $500 million for housing the many thousands of foreign workers and renters he is providing to New York's business leaders. The New York Post broke the story: City Hall privately asked the White House for the emergency cash midway through the summer, saying it would cover just one year's worth of spending on the migrants who Adams has said are straining the city's shelter system to its "breaking point," The Post has learned. The request comes as House Democratic legislators, including Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-NY), are pleading for another $500 million for "New York City and other safe-haven cities." The cities' funding requests show how Washington's migration policies provide coastal investors, CEOs, and landlords with an imported river of low-wage workers and high-occupancy renters. The federal migration policies also provide federal aid for the penniless migrants in a lower-wage, higher-rent economy. So the flood of migrants and government aid helps business elites by spiking housing prices and cutting ordinary Americans' pocketbook wages and disposable income. Eric Adams, mayor of New York, speaks during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) annual meeting in New York, US, on Tuesday, Sept. 20,… Read full this story
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