Exclusive footage reveals migrants being bussed to a hotel after illegally crossing the border at Roxham Road.
Footage reveals shipping containers holding migrants’ luggage, and a white bus with heavily tinted windows taking migrants to temporary housing.
Hotel St. Bernard sits next to a government camp. A sign on the hotel front door says “No Capacity.”
The government camp is surrounded by a fence with a privacy cover.
Just on the other side of the border, a yellow school bus dropped the migrants off. Subsequently, the migrants crossed the border and were charged with illegal entry into Canada.
As previously reported, the US National Guard is distributing bus tickets to the asylum-shopping migrants so they can leave America and illegally enter Canada via Roxham Road instead.
The New York Post reports that the National Guard is giving one hundred migrants per day bus tickets to depart the Big Apple.
Migrants take a 10-hour city bus from Manhattan to Plattsburgh, then transfer onto a shuttle van that a private company runs.
“There’s gotta be 100 people a day,” said van driver Tyler Tambini. “I do this all day.”
“They get dropped off, and I take them the rest of the way.”
There are so many migrants crossing daily that taxi drivers compete with Tambini’s company to solicit them.
“I wanted to live in New York because I thought it would be a better future for my daughters,” said one migrant, Susy Solzarno.
“But as the days went by, I saw insecurity, many homeless people, many people who shout and are disrespectful, and many people on drugs.”
Solzarno told the Post her family was influenced by a Tiktok video that showed other migrants crossing at Roxham Road. Other migrants also report that social media showed them the way.
Last year, illegal immigration levels in Quebec reached new highs.
New York has had an influx of migrants in recent years, particularly since US President Biden was elected.