Migrants Flood Town – MASSIVE Outcry!

(Patriot.Buzz) – Highlighting another consequence of Joe Biden’s open border policies, there is a massive outcry among residents in Springfield, Ohio, after illegals flooded the town.

Located west of Columbus, residents are demanding the city council to address an alarming surge in Haitian illegals that has strained local resources.

This influx has been a growing trend since 2014, escalating over the last four years to more than 20,000 people, worsening tensions within the community.

The flood of illegals has caused significant social and infrastructure challenges, including overcrowded housing and increased demand for educational and legal services.

In one instance that intensified local grievances, an illegal from Haiti was involved in a tragic incident with a school bus that resulted in the death of an 11-year-old boy and serious injuries to other children, sparking outrage among residents.

Senator J.D. Vance has criticized the Biden administration for the pressures small towns like Springfield are experiencing due to federal immigration policies.

“This self-imposed disaster is crushing the job prospects of our citizens, making it more difficult for Ohio families to find homes and draining social service programs funded by American taxpayers,” Vance stated.

He has advocated for the swift deportation of illegals and a reconsideration of temporary statuses.

Local tensions have gotten worse due to cultural clashes and the visible presence of Haitian symbols in public spaces, such as the Haitian flag being raised at City Hall during Flag Day celebrations.

The housing crisis has also been particularly critical, with reports of landlords exploiting the situation by overcrowding properties to maximize rent.

“When I first came I was in a three-bedroom house,” explained Patrick Joseph, a Haitian illegal.

“We had more than 20 people living in that house. (The landlords) just rent the bed in the bedroom. A room can sleep like 10 people. And sometimes the house has only one bathroom,” he added.

Springfield city manager Bryan Heck has reached out to federal officials for assistance, highlighting the dire need for adequate housing to accommodate the growing illegal population.

In his letter to U.S. senators, Heck described the strain on local resources and the insufficient housing developments underway, emphasizing the need for federal support to adequately address these challenges.

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