America’s migrant crisis forces students into remote learning 
The migrant crisis in America is overwhelming hospitals, and now forcing students out of schools, as record numbers continue to flood in across the border.

Mike Campbell

January 10, 2024

A New York City high school has forced students out of their classrooms and into online learning in place of 1,900 migrants who were living in a shelter.

America’s migrant crisis is so bad they’re taking over schools, forcing students into remote learning

NYC Mayor Eric Adams said moving the migrants into James Madison High School in Midwood was temporary and done out of an “overabundance of caution” while the city braced for storms with expected high winds.

“We want to make sure people are safe,” Adams told reporters.

The development comes amid the most unprecedented migrant crisis that NYC – or America at large – has ever faced. 

Mayors in major cities such as New York and Chicago have admitted the surge in migrants has overwhelmed their essential services. 

In terms of the sheer number of migrants illegally crossing into America across the southern border, December 2023 was the highest ever recorded at 276,000.  The previous record was September 2023, at 269,735.

Defense Attorney Marina Medvin posted on X a video of an outraged parent screaming at authorities while they were transferring the migrants into her child’s school.

“Angry NYC public school parents are filming illegals as they move in to their kids’ school. This is surreal. The students start online classes tomorrow,” she said. 

“They’ll come for homes next” 

X and Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently commented on the migrant crisis, saying “This is what happens when you run out of hotel rooms. Soon, cities will run out of schools to vacate. Then they will come for your homes.”

President Biden’s Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Wednesday that the migrants in the NYC high school were transferred back to their shelter. She added that Biden is taking the migrant crisis “very seriously.” 

“This is an issue that has been going on for decades,” she said.

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