There’s a massive migrant tent city in NYC that’s hidden from the public

 Hiding inside a former operational airfield in southern Brooklyn is a massive migrant tent city that exists out of sight, and thus out of mind of the millions of New Yorkers who have no idea that the camp is operating right there in their backyard.

The former airfield is dotted with large white tents filled with migrants from Africa, China, Russia and both Central and South America. These people are living "like livestock," one report explains, on one of the Floyd Bennett Field's runways.

Though the exact number of migrants living at the tent city is unknown; estimates peg the number at around 2,000 people.

Since the invasion began, about 175,000 illegal migrants have flooded New York City. A dark web of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is exploiting many of them as cheap labor for large corporations, we are told.

Most of the post-"pandemic" job growth, in fact, is migrants being hired for slave wages to work for large multinational corporations. This is what the Biden regime really means when it says it is "creating jobs" and "boosting the economy."


The Great Replacement in action

The corporate media has not said a word about the migrant tent city in Brooklyn, probably because it knows many New Yorkers would be quite upset to know it exists. If not for citizen journalists, nobody would know the tent city is there.

Drone footage – watch below – captured by citizen journalists and reposted by the Wall Street Apes X account shows the sheer side of the long, white tents on the old runways. 

There are other similar tent cities elsewhere in New York City, including the one seen below on Randall's Island:

The ultimate goal of this migrant invasion, according to billionaire electric vehicle (EV) icon Elon Musk, is to bring about a great replacement, meaning Americans are to be replaced by foreign invaders to fulfill the globalists' wishes.

"The state of New York can put this up without a thought, but if a homeowner puts up a little garden shed in their backyard without a permit, they'll bring the full arm of the law down on them," wrote someone on X about the hypocrisy of New York's government.

"How's that sanctuary city stuff you all virtue signaled about working out for you now?"

Another noted that the number of migrants being reported to have entered New York City since the start of all this is enough to fill nearly two football stadiums, if not three.

"Now, imagine the logistics and infrastructure that would be required to house, feed, transport, and secure that many people today," he added. "And Biden wants more money from Congress because the infrastructure is vast and because it is expensive."

"I wonder how many homeless vets and families could use facilities like this?" asked another.

There’s a massive migrant tent city in NYC that’s hidden from the public There’s a massive migrant tent city in NYC that’s hidden from the public Reviewed by Your Destination on March 26, 2024 Rating: 5

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