Do illegal aliens have more rights than taxpayers?
If we review the last decade we can tell that they do and things are about to get even worse!
A group of protesters blocked a bus carrying asylum seekers late Tuesday night on Staten Island.
As a response the NYPD sent heavily armed units and they did send a little army of them.
The NYPD were there in full force to arrest the people who are trying to protect their country!
As a reminder this is the same police department that left the city to burn during the BLM riots!
Midland Beach Staten Island
An army of NYPD officers show up after residents block a bus full of migrants that were being housed at the nursing home
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10 people were taken in for questioning and shortly after the protest turned violent at a migrant shelter in Midland Beach on Tuesday night.
Cop was also injured as a result of these arrests!
A total of 10 people were taken into custody and nine were given Criminal Court summonses for disorderly conduct, according to preliminary information provided to a spokesman for the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.
Charges are pending against one male protester after a police officer suffered a knee injury while trying to arrest that individual, according to the police spokesman.
This comes as more than 100,000 migrants have arrived in New York City since last year, prompting officials to set up emergency shelters in all five boroughs.
Protesters were angry with the city’s decision to use a former senior home to house the migrants.
“Two of my nephews got arrested, I almost got arrested. I was peaceful,” resident Sal Monforte said. “I live 150 feet away from this building, and I’m concerned, yes. I have a daughter, we have people in our community who have children who walk up the block to the main bus stop here. We don’t know who they are.”
“We’re here today because they have unvetted migrants here, and the bus came,” a woman named Danna added.
Staten Island residents also protested the arrival of asylum seekers at St. John Villa, a former Catholic school in the Arrochar neighborhood.
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