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Thanksgiving Tension in NYC: Illegal Aliens and Black New Yorkers Clash Over Government Handouts

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Illegal Aliens and NYCHA Residents Battle for Turkeys

Thanksgiving dinner turned into a heated showdown between illegal aliens and black New Yorkers dependent on government handouts in Queens, New York. The influx of over 8,000 illegal immigrants in one Queens neighborhood is causing tension as resources become scarce, with many NYCHA residents left without Thanksgiving meals. According to the New York Post, the city has seen a staggering 72,000 people flood in since last spring, with over 45,000 currently living in taxpayer-funded shelters and hotels.

Illegal Aliens Take First Dibs on Turkeys, Leaving NYCHA Residents Empty Handed

Residents of NYCHA's Queensbridge Houses were left frustrated as illegal aliens lined up early to claim their Thanksgiving turkeys, leaving NYCHA residents empty-handed. Georgia Butler, a NYC housing resident, expressed her disappointment, saying, "They tell you to be there at 11 o'clock. You get there at like 10:30, 10:45, but they are already out there. The line is from over there to over here." The NYCHA community feels the strain of the influx of migrants and questions why they have to bear the brunt of the situation.

Tension Mounts as Migrants Utilize Limited Resources

The clash over government handouts is not limited to Thanksgiving dinner. NYCHA residents in Queensbridge Houses have witnessed 8,000 migrants move into their neighborhoods over the past year, putting a strain on the limited resources available. Free food giveaways, especially during the holidays, have become a flashpoint between long-time New Yorkers struggling to get by and newly arrived migrants who are using the system to survive.

Watch the video below to see the clash between illegal aliens and black New Yorkers: