Massachusetts to Restrict Homeless Shelter Duration Due to Migrant Surge

In the United States, things have truly taken a turn for the worst over the last several years in nearly every measurable regard in fiscal, social and emotional terms. Economically, rampant inflation not experienced in decades peaked in late 2022 at levels comparable to the 1970’s. The cost of living has increased to such an extent that many American families simply cannot afford the cost of basic items and services like food, cleaning supplies and energy bills. Additionally, a recent estimate has stated that nearly 6 out of every 10 citizens are living paycheck to paycheck. Consumer credit card debt on a national level has reached an all-time high. What’s worse; for many Americans making near the median national income of around $70,000 annually, home ownership has been deemed nearly impossible as housing costs have skyrocketed.

America faces many problems unrelated to the economy. Perhaps the largest one besides those in fiscal terms is the crisis that continues to worsen at the nations southern border. Since the beginning of President Bidens term of service, millions of illegal migrants have flooded the country. Tens of thousands are estimated to be doing so on a daily basis. The Biden administration and the federal government at large appears unwilling or unable to address the issue, and the Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas has done nothing nor taken any accountability for the catastrophe.

The quality of life in America’s major cities has markedly decreased (but America as a whole, in suburban or rural terms has suffered). Major places like New York City, Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, and others have been overwhelmed with hordes of foreign migrants that have crippled the cities abilities to provide public welfare for legal citizens. In the state of Massachusetts, a blatant disregard for Americans has been displayed when the announcement was made that homeless Americans won’t be allowed to stay in shelters for extended times due to migrants.