Fearful NYC Mayor Nixes Trip To Southern Border

New York City Mayor Eric Adams canceled a scheduled trip to the southern border this weekend due to “safety concerns” about a Mexican city on the itinerary, according to the Post Millennial.

On Saturday, Mayor’s Office spokeswoman Amaris Cockfield released a statement attempting to lionize Adam’s intent in planning the border visit before bowing out of it.

“As Lent draws to a close,” Cockfield said, “our team was excited to stand with faith and humanitarian leaders who have dedicated their lives to serving the most needy among us, and we were eager to discuss our work in New York City and explore new ways to collaborate with leaders in cities across the country.”

“But due to safety concerns at one of the cities we were going to visit in Mexico flagged by the U.S. Department of State,” the spokeswoman continued, “we have decided to pause this visit at this time.”

The Mayor’s Office opted to withhold which Mexican city they had safety concerns about at the time.

The mayor’s trip to the Texas-Mexico border was announced soon after a mob of migrants stormed a border wall in El Paso, TX, on Thursday.

If Adams had carried through with the trip, it would have been his second excursion down to Texas since the start of the Biden administration’s engineered illegal migrant crisis.

On this occasion, the executive director of the leftist Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley in San Juan Sister Norma Pimentel invited the mayor to the south.

Mayor Adams is making a habit of calling off trips designed to bring attention to the ongoing migrant crisis in NYC.

Adams canceled a meeting with White House officials last November that was to focus on the crisis. That time the trip was nixed after the mayor found out about an FBI raid on his chief fundraiser’s home that was linked to a probe into his 2021 mayoral campaign.

In January, Adams did manage to travel to El Paso where he called for “clear coordination” concerning how immigrants are being brought in and transported throughout the country.

“Our cities are being undermined. And we don’t deserve this,” Adams said at the end of his visit to the south. “Migrants don’t deserve this. And the people who live in the cities don’t deserve this.”

“We expect more from our national leaders to address this issue in a real way,” he continued.

As a manorial candidate in 2021, Adams stated on X, “Yes, New York City will remain a sanctuary city under an Adams administration.”

Did Adams mean NYC would be a sanctuary city to the illegal immigrants coming from Mexican cities that he is now afraid to visit? Is he now afraid to walk the streets of his own city because of illegal immigration and that was the reason for the planned trip?

It is difficult to say because Mayor Adams makes no sense. Is he for the Biden administration’s open border policy or not?