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The Mayors forgot to stop the flow! Genius!

The migrant crisis in Chicago and elsewhere in the US is Biden's to own. He and the Dems created this. And it's getting worse week by week. Oct daily illegal immigration into Chicago is now greater than at any time in the past year.

Don't believe me? Check this out. From Pew Research.

Trump (yes, he's a prick) put pressure on Mexico to repel folks from Venezuala, Guatamala and Honduras at their Southern border. Anyone caught sneaking in to the US was sent back. It worked.

The Mayors at this conference discuss everything but how to stop the continual flow of folks washing up on our shores. So if you live in Chicago and enjoy tent cities get'll be seeing more of them while watching the city's budget for helping poor legal residents get smashed by new illegals who squander our limited resources.

Chicago leaders take in Texas

Photo of people walking near barbed wire.

Migrants walk across the Paso del Norte bridge between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, in summer 2023.

A delegation of city leaders is spending a third day touring Texas cities that have sent the largest numbers of migrants to Chicago.

Why it matters: Warning that Chicago is running out of capacity, the group is searching for solutions as thousands of migrant arrivals stretch resources citywide.

What they're saying: "We're in distress," Ald. William Hall (6th), a delegation member, tells Axios. "It's like we're being left on our own at the deep end of the pool with no life vests."

Hall is calling on President Biden to free up federal funds for Chicago's migrant crisis, similar to what's provided to towns near the U.S.-Mexico border.

"El Paso [Texas] is able to involve so many different partners that help with operations and transportation for those who just crossed the border. Nonprofits like The Red Cross help take the stress off the local government here."

By the numbers: As of yesterday, there are 11,307 residents in Chicago shelters, while 3,739 are awaiting placement at police stations and both major airports.

What's happening: Hall and a handful of city leaders spent the last two days meeting with government officials and service providers in El Paso. Today, they travel to San Antonio, followed by trips to McAllen and Brownsville.

After speaking to migrants, Hall says word is spreading that Chicago is overwhelmed.

"So when people are coming across the border lately, word is getting back that there might not be any room, that you might be sleeping on the floor and that it is getting cold."

Meanwhile, Mayor Brandon Johnson — who had planned to join the trip delegation before changing plans this week — and his administration are trying to find locations for their "base camp" plan to get migrants out of police stations before winter hits.

A top aide said a vacant lot in Brighton Park is under consideration but declined to share other potential locations, the Sun-Times reports.

What we're watching: For migrants who want to settle in Chicago, Hall wants to create a system in which nonprofits in the city and in Texas organize simple care packages that include winter coats and socks.

Groups in St. Louis are seeking a partnership with Chicago to send migrants there to help bolster the local workforce.

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