Sanctuary city so full of illegals they are gonna start kicking some of them OUT

A sanctuary city that says it is so full of illegals will now start kicking some of these illegals out because they have no more room to put them.

According to the New York Post, Denver, Colorado rescinded their suspension of “migrant evictions” last Monday so they can begin giving some of them the boot.

Here’s more:

Denver has become the latest Democrat-run city so overwhelmed by a surge of migrants it has run “out of shelter space” — forcing city officials to start kicking out thousands to accommodate newer arrivals.

“We have filled every single hotel room that we have available in the city and county of Denver,” Mayor Mike Johnston said at a town hall meeting last week.

“Now, we have the terrible decision that if we don’t start exiting folks, we will have 250 folks that will arrive today or the day after, who don’t have anywhere to go at night.”

The city had suspended migrant evictions in November due to concerns about the cold weather, but ended that pause on Monday — allowing the city to kick migrants out of shelters if they have stayed in the temporary housing for more than six weeks.

That day, about 140 migrant families were booted from their accommodations, with 660 families in the coming weeks, likely meaning more than 3,000 individuals, Newsweek said. For the next two months, about 50 to 60 families will be forced out each day.

“Our city workers have done heroic work helping newcomers land on their feet and start to build a life in Denver, but we are out of shelter space,” the mayor’s press secretary, Jordan Fuja, told the outlet.

“We are out of staff and we are facing a budget deficit of up to $180 million to cover sheltering costs.”

Still, city officials expect the total number of migrants staying at shelters to remain the same — between 4,000 to 5,000 — as more and more come in, according to 9 News.

The city is already drawing money out of its contingency reserves to help subsidize migrant-related costs, Laura Swartz, a spokeswoman for the Denver Department of Finance said.

But even that would likely only cover costs until April — and Johnston estimates the city will need $100 million over the course of the year to pay for housing, schooling, health care and other services amid the migrant surge.

“We don’t want to take police officers off the streets,” Johnston told CNN. “We don’t want to take firefighters off the street. We don’t want to not do trash pickup or not have our parks and recreation centers open.”

But, he warned, the city is going to have to find the money somewhere in the budget if the migrant crisis continues.

Over the past year, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has sent 157,000 migrants to the city.

I’m so glad Abbott began this bussing program so that these sanctuary cities could feel some of the pain Texas and Arizona has had to endure since Biden opened the border. These Sanctuary cities need to pressure Biden to close the damn border and end this illegal alien crisis.

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