Denver Official Tells Illegal Immigrants To Leave The City

After welcoming illegal immigrants to their sanctuary city, Denver announced that their hospitality had run out. The announcement was even caught on video.

Newcomer Communications Liaison Andres Carrera visited a migrant shelter and told the new arrivals that the city had run out of resources for them and recommended they go elsewhere, according to a video obtained by 9NEWS.

“If you stay here, you are going to suffer even more and I don’t want to see this,” Carrera said on video.

The city was so desperate that Carrera, who is also Democratic Denver Mayor Mike Johnston’s political director, also said that the city would send the illegal immigrants anywhere they wanted to go for free, even trying to send them toward Canada.

“You don’t have to walk anywhere, we can buy you a free ticket,” Carrera told the illegal immigrants in the shelter. “You can go to any city. We can take you up to the Canadian border, wherever!”

A city official later clarified Carrera’s statement, saying that they would just bus the illegal immigrants close to the Canadian border, not exactly to Canada.

The group of illegal immigrants that the liaison was speaking to were bused to Denver on March 26 by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R), who has been sending illegals crossing the southern border to the liberal sanctuary cities that considered it cruel to deport them.

In his speech, Carrera told the group that there were more opportunities for them in cities like New York and Chicago, suggesting they go there instead.

“We have received too many migrants and that is why we ran out of resources,” Carrera said. “Look, we are not going to block you if you want to stay here. I am not here to block you.”

Currently, the city has a two-week limit for illegal immigrants staying in shelters and a six-week limit for families with children.

According to Johnston, the city has given over $100 million to provide housing, medical care and education to illegal immigrants arriving in the city.

Cities like Chicago and New York City have been also struggling to keep up with the demand to take in more illegal immigrants. Once the news of Denver trying to pawn them off on other cities facing the same issue gets word of the plan, there will likely be a major backlash.