A political war of words and logistical wrangling unfolds as mayors in major “sanctuary cities” grapple with the influx of migrants bused in from Texas. Greg Abbott, the Republican governor of Texas, has become the focal point of this controversy, drawing sharp criticism from Democratic mayors in cities like New York, Denver, and Chicago.
The mayors, while welcoming migrants, argue that Texas' tactic of sending busloads without prior notice strains their resources and disrupts established support networks. New York City Mayor Eric Adams called the practice "cruel and inhumane," while Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot condemned it as "political theater." Both. . .