NYC High School Forces Students Out To House Illegal Aliens

After evacuating from a shelter in Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennett Field ahead of an impending storm traveling up the East Coast, nearly 2,000 illegal aliens have been shuffled into New York City’s James Madison High School — forcing classes to be canceled.

The New York Post has reported that the Big Apple is expecting torrential downpours and 70 mph winds from Tuesday night into Wednesday. As the illegal aliens were previously being housed in a massive tent in the exposed airfield, the city had to find a safer place to shelter them. However, the influx of more than 100,000 illegal aliens into New York City has led to shelters and hotels being overwhelmed, leading the city to claim that the high school was the best option.

In a statement about the matter, City Hall spokeswoman Kayla Mamelak declared: “To be clear, this relocation is a proactive measure being taken out of an abundance of caution to ensure the safety and wellbeing of individuals working and living at the center.”

“The families are already in the process of being temporarily relocated and will continue to be provided with essential services and support,” she added. “The relocation will continue until any weather conditions that may arise have stabilized and the facility is once again fit for living.”

Meanwhile, New York City Council Minority Whip Inna Vernikov (R) has condemned the city’s decision in a press release — arguing that the decision to house illegal aliens inside James Madison High School’s gymnasium and auditorium overnight was “unacceptable” and pointing out that the city should have foreseen such a problem and planned for better alternatives.

“This is both unacceptable and was entirely foreseeable, as Floyd Bennett Field is vulnerable to all forms of inclement weather conditions and is not a sustainable housing facility. This emergency move was accurately predicted by critics of the Floyd Bennett Field as a location to be used as a migrant shelter,” Vernikov wrote.

“Public schools are meant to be places of learning and growth for our children, and were never intended to be shelters or facilities for emergency housing,” she added.

Vernikov noted in her press release that students were dismissed from James Madison High School early on Tuesday in preparation for the illegal aliens’ arrival and will be forced to attend school remotely on Wednesday.

All other public schools in New York City “will remain open and drop off and dismissal will proceed as scheduled,” according to a post on social media from New York City Public Schools’ official account.

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