BREAKING NEWS – Trenton, New Jersey – New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said his state cannot take any migrants from New York City as the Biden administration seeks new locations to house them, including Garden State locations.
He was responded to a report the Atlantic City International Airport was one of 11 suggested federally owned locations that could be used by New York City to relocate some of the migrants officials say are overwhelming the “sanctuary” city.
“At the airport, they can live in front of the gates,” Murphy explained. “There are plenty of seats, nearby bathrooms, and restaurants. If it becomes too crowded there, we can close down a runway and use it for a tent city. We’ll order the planes to taxi slower so they’ll be quieter, and won’t disturb the sleeping migrants that are exhausted from the long trip.”