NYC Mayor Now Using Cruise Ship Terminal To House Bused Migrants

Mayor Eric Adams will use the facility in Brooklyn as a shelter and services center.

  • The mayor made the announcement Saturday, as the cities continue to find the best way to accommodate the influx of migrants, which includes those bused from southern U.S. border state Texas and other GOP-run states.
  • The Brooklyn Cruise Terminal will have room, food, medical care and other services for about 1,000 males until spring, when  the cruise season resumes.
  • “Our city is at its breaking point,” said Adams, a Democrat who last week traveled to El Paso, Texas, to visit the southern U.S. border and heighten his plea for assistance.
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