Should sanctuary cities and States legislators be crying foul or are they imagining they are being wronged our being subjected to this “injustice”?
The Chicago Sun Times article titled: Pritzker signs disaster declaration to aid people bused from Texas, calls on Abbott to ‘stop trying to sow the seeds of chaos’, reported this statement
“After years of supporting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ open borders agenda, Lori Lightfoot and J.B. Pritzker are crying foul because they’re now forced to deal with the very issues they’ve shoved on southern border states,”
The Purpose of This Post
Is to relate an ancient wisdom proverb and an idiom for interested readers to decide this conundrum.
Seldom set foot in your neighbor’s house— too much of you, and they will hate you. (Proverb 25:17)
Idiom cry foul
protest strongly about a real or imagined wrong or injustice.
What’s My Point?
President Biden has invited migrants to seek asylum in the USA or to set foot in their neighbor’s house without the approval of all the neighbors.
Now the same Democrats are crying foul.
In My Opinion
Democrats need to make up their mind to either welcome the migrants instead of crying foul about what Texas and Arizona is experiencing.
That is atter experiencing 2 million migrants crossing into Texas and Arizona, perhaps the proverb “too much of you, and they will hate you “ is now occurring in the Democrat sanctuary cities?
Read the article in the Source Link below
Is it an injustice to state you are a sanctuary city or State and then cry foul when migrants set foot in your door?
Should Pritzker claim migrants being bussed to his sanctuary cities and State is a disaster and have a need to call out the National Guard to “welcome” the migrants after Democrats sowed the welcome seeds?
Regards and goodwill blogging.
Chicago Sun Times