Migrant crisis setting stage for U.S. cities to explode in horrific violence, setting stage for government to blame ‘gun violence’ and disarm Americans
Independent journalist Savanah Hernandez has published a video about the festering migrant crisis in New York City, where she reports that 50 percent of the hotels in the Big Apple are now filled with migrants.
She interviewed a whistleblower from one of these hotels, the Row NYC. This is one of the largest hotels in New York City and it now houses more than 5,000 migrants in rooms that used to go for $500 a night.
This whistleblower gives an inside look at what life is like at the Row Hotel. Get ready to be shocked.
As reported by Brian Gilvany at Health Impact News, these migrants are afforded more rights and privileges than the average American citizen.
All of their medical needs are supplied for free at local hospitals, as is their transportation. The whistleblower stated that 2 to 3 babies a week are being born in the hotel, and they are offered free car seats and cribs.
On top of the three meals a day they get at the hotels, many are also getting signed up for food stamps. The hotel rooms are flowing with alcohol, drugs and illicit sex. Minors are often left to fend for themselves for hours or even days at a time.
Also pay attention to what the whistleblower says about vaccines.
Gilvany predicts that these conditions are setting the stage for America’s cities to become powder kegs, which will at some point boil over in riots and raging violence.
Then when the violence erupts in these cities to the point where no one feel safe, we will be told it’s the fault of the guns, not the government’s open-borders policies which created the conditions for this horrific violence.
No matter what you hear from the politicians and their partners in the lying corporate media, don’t ever give up your guns. Depending on how close you live to a city, you may need them to protect your family from roving bands of thugs and thieves. If you live in a city of more than 100,000 population, I would advise getting out. If that’s not possible, see if you can line up a place with a friend or family member that’s further out in the country, yes beyond even the suburbs if possible, where you can bug out in the event of an emergency.