Eric Thompson

Boston Couple Agrees To House Illegal Aliens, FOUR Delivered Within An Hour

A couple in Boston signed up to a government scheme to house illegal immigrants in their own home and were delivered an entire family of four within an hour, according to a CBS News report.

“When Colin and Jessica Stokes called the state to sign up to be a host family, it took less than an hour for the displaced migrants to be dropped off at their door,” the report notes, adding “The family of four, who didn’t want to go on camera, had made been sleeping at Logan Airport“

The couple, Colin and Jessica Stokes, said that “they knew they had the means and wanted to step up,” and that “It has been wonderful.”

“I was like I have to get sheets on the beds. How many people are coming? Where are they from? What ages. We really knew nothing,” Mrs Stokes told reporters, with her husband adding “The need is so clearly overwhelming.”

X owner Elon Musk, who has vocally charged that the Biden Administration is encouraging and aiding mass illegal immigration, previously warned that soon people would be giving up their homes to house immigrants as there is no where else for them to go.

Musk was right.

As we previously highlighted, illegal immigrants are being found sleeping in airports all over the country as states such as Texas are bussing them further north once they have crossed the border and been processed.

Meanwhile, Department Of Homeland Security head Alejandro Mayorkas has again refused to take responsibility for what is happening on the Southern border, declaring that “Congress is the only one who can fix it.”

The state hit its capacity to assist 7,500 families in its emergency shelter system last November and is now putting families on a waitlist. Healey has long called on the federal government to assist with the crisis.

“We need D.C. to act. We need Congress to act. The path is there in terms of what needs to be done to fix the border situation, to fix some of the asylum processes and to get much needed funding to some of the interior states who have had to shoulder the burden for a problem that is geopolitical and is not the state’s making,” she said Monday.

Healey asked for an additional $250 million in funds to address the crisis this year. Her office estimates the crisis could cost Massachusetts $915 million next year. She’s expected to submit another supplemental budget soon and propose funding some of the crisis with a $700 million state surplus fund.

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