Mass Governor Maura Healey, “I don’t know what we are going to do” about migrant crisis


In an alarming interview on WCVB-TV, it appears Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey begins crying while stating “I don’t know what we are going to do for a couple or 3 months” referring to the migrant crisis we are facing in Massachusetts.

Protests started outside of the Melnea Cass Recreational Complex in Roxbury, Massachusetts as Governor Healey recently toured the facility. This complex which gives local children a safe place to play, is now shut down and being used to house migrant families.

Governor Healey authorized this space to be used for housing migrants, after she faced criticism for housing them inside Boston’s Logan Airport. In her WCVB-TV interview she floats the idea of potentially reaching out to more schools to use as housing in the future.

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  1. Why not locate the migrants with the business that will employ them sub-par wages, and let the businesses take care of them!

  2. What an actress. She turns those puppy dog tears on and off at will. Pull up your big girl panties and change the right to shelter law. Offer 30 days of shelter and then they are independent. We are a small state and it’s unfair for the governor to put illegals anyplace but her home town.

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