Outrage from the left over separating children from the lawbreaking adults who drag them across the border may have cooled after President Donald Trump signed an order rolling back the practice, but there is still plenty of frustration to go around.
There are also countless questions. One of more suprising of them is coming from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who wants to know: What are migrants doing in my city? . . .
On Wednesday, De Blasio spoke outside Cayuga Centers in Harlem, a social services agency that has been contracted by the government to provide assistance to unaccompanied minors who cross the border. Cayuga helps place migrant children into temporary foster care and runs programs for them during the day. . .
Normally, this would be the kind of do-good agency that liberals would celebrate — but these aren’t normal times. Bizarrely, De Blasio is apparently outraged that these refugees are being given, well, refuge.
“Mr. de Blasio said the federal government would not tell city officials exactly how many children were sent to New York or where they were being housed,” reported The New York Times. “The office of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said the state also did not know the exact number.” (Read more from “Hypocrisy: De Blasio Calls for Action With Immigration, Enraged When Illegals Take Refuge in NYC” HERE)