Never seen anything like this: Unaccompanied youngsters are airlifted from the border to a little village in New York.

Local officials in a remote New York village said Friday that they received no advance information from the Biden administration before unaccompanied immigrant minors came there on planes.

In order to explain what transpired when the flights arrived from Texas, carrying kids between the ages of 13 and 18, arrived at Orange County Airport, Montgomery Police Chief Paul Arteta and Mayor Steve Brescia visited “Fox and Friends First.”

Brescia, whose hamlet is situated in the Hudson Valley, roughly 75 miles north of New York City, said, “I’ve never seen anything like this before.”
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Officials don’t know the whereabouts of the parents, according to Arteta, but the kids have moved on to other parts of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

FILE: Kathy Hochul, governor of New York, speaks during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) annual meeting in New York, US, on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022.

Brescia said he wishes he had been given some kind of warning prior to the arrival of the flights.

“They believed that the town or village was aware of it while we were unaware. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much we could do about it. However, a little forewarning or information would have greatly aided us “Carley Shimkus was told by him.

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Brescia claimed that the community’s officials were concerned for the children’s safety but were unable to offer residents any solutions. If “God forbid” the bus that picked up the migrants at the airport been in an accident, he claimed, the municipality would have had to manage the response.

Arteta claimed that after “dozens of phone calls” to regional authorities, they were able to confirm that the flight had received approval from the federal Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement.

Arteta claimed that a resident contacted to report “strange” activities, which alerted police.
Brescia said on Friday’s episode of “Fox and Friends”: “It astounds me.

“We are being abandoned, and we won’t put up with it. We’re not able to handle any more flights landing at the airport, therefore we’re hoping there won’t be any. There is insufficient security. Insufficient resources are available in our neighborhood. What they did to us is too much for the taxpayers to bear, “added said.


Meanwhile, according to Fox News Digital, New York Governor Kathy Hochul has called on the National Guard to assist with New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ migrant tent city.

Adams stated Monday night that the city was moving its first refugee emergency response and relief facility from Orchard Beach, which was decried for being prone to flooding and remote from public transportation, to Randall’s Island.

More than 16,000 asylum seekers have arrived in New York City during the previous few months, according to Adams’ office on Monday. However, since August 5, the southern border state of Texas, which is led by Republican Greg Abbott, has bused little over 2,900 migrants to New York City.

by Fox News This article’s contributor was Danielle Wallace.

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