Speaker Johnson Calls Out the Biden Administration and New York Mayor Eric Adams for Forcing School for Migrants Students
House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) called out both New York City Mayor Eric Adams and the Biden administration after forcing high school students in Brooklyn to make way for migrants sheltering in their gym.
As Breitbart News reported, James Madison High School in Brooklyn told parents and students that “they would no longer be allowed to attend class and be forced into online ‘learning’ after Mayor Eric Adams sent thousands of illegal immigrants to shelter in the gym from school .”
The school has also canceled dances, concerts, special events and other sports programs as a result of the order.
“Adams began sending up to 2,000 illegal aliens to the school on Tuesday, January 9, prompting James Madison High School Principal Jodie Cohen to inform parents that their children will be forced into “remote learning,” which has proven harmful and dangerous for the education of children,” the report said.
Speaker Mike Johnson called it an ‘abdication of duty’ in a speech interview with the New York Post.
“This week, Secretary [Alejandro] Mayorkas confirmed that 85% of illegal immigrants apprehended at the border are released into the domestic United States,” Johnson said.
“Now, due to government policy choices, students and teachers must resort to remote learning to accommodate illegal immigrants in their schools. From the president all the way down to the mayors, support for illegal immigration has trickled down, putting the needs of non-citizens ahead of the needs of our own citizens,” he added.
Johnson further warned that Biden and Mayorkas must secure the southern border or “our students and schools will continue to pay the price for the administration’s abdication of duty.”
The Speaker of the House of Representatives also emphasized that Republicans have tried to pass legislation that would allow these types of actions.
“House Republicans have solutions: We passed the Schools Not Shelters Act in July to ensure that schools serve as refuges for study, not as victims of sanctuary cities,” Johnson said. “Unfortunately, President Biden threatened to veto the bill.”
The School Not Shelters Act of 2023 passed the House of Representatives last year strictly along party lines, with only four Democrats supporting it. The Biden administration has opposed the bill, blaming local municipalities for their control.
That bill, introduced by state Rep. Marc Molinaro (R-NY), passed the House of Representatives in July 2023 on a near party-line vote, with Molinaro’s fellow New Yorker Patrick Ryan one of the four. Democrats to support it.
“The Administration strongly opposes H.R. 3941, the Schools Not Shelters Act of 2023, which would replace local control and hinder the ability of states and localities to effectively govern and make decisions about their school buildings,” Senate Public Health said , Education, The Work and Pensions Committee said in a rack.
“The bill would do this by prohibiting certain educational institutions that receive federal funding — including funds that strengthen equitable access to education, serve students from low-income families, improve educational opportunities for people with disabilities, and provide access to college — from their educational institutions. facilities to receive noncitizens seeking asylum in the United States, as such noncitizens may do by law.”
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