'Newcomer Liaison' in 'Sanctuary City' of Denver Caught Telling Illegal Aliens – Leave the Mile High City


Denver has “received too many migrants. If you stay here, you're going to suffer even more –  and I don’t want to see this.”

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report/Free Press International News Service) — “New York gives you more. Chicago gives you more. So I suggest you go there, where there is longer-term shelter. There are also more job opportunities there,” said the so-called “Newcomer Liaison” in the "Sanctuary City" of Denver, Andres Carrera, caught on video over the weekend while imploring illegal aliens in the Mile High City to leave.

“Who wants to stay in Denver?” Carrera asked those in the crowd, which was captured in a video posted to X on Sunday. “The opportunities are over,” he said speaking in Spanish, and telling those in attendance:

Denver has “received too many migrants,” and has run out of resources, adding “if you stay here, you're going to suffer even more –  and I don’t want to see this.”

Carerra said that Denver will buy migrants tickets “to any city. We can take you up to the Canadian border, wherever!”

Denver official Andres Carrera urged asylum seekers to flee to locations like New York & Chicago,
with Denver offering to foot the bill for their travel. / Video Image

Carrera then addressed the crowd, asking “Who wants to travel to different cities where there is more work?”

The question got a minimal reaction from the migrants, with only a few murmurs floating around.

“Todos,” a migrant replied to Carrera's question about the who "wants to stay in Denver," informing him that everyone intended to stay.

Denver imposes limits on the amount of time new arrivals can stay in city shelters – two weeks for individuals, and six weeks for families with children.

Last year, Denver began opening camps for illegal immigrants in the city's black and Hispanic neighborhoods, drawing the ire of longtime residents.

One community was Brighton Park, where the city signed a $91,400-a-month deal to lease land to build the first of what would eventually be numerous "tent cities."

Alderwoman Julia Ramirez, who represents the city's 12th District, claimed the deal was reached without her – or the community’s – knowledge.

The city has also begun to clear out migrant camps. Just last week, two camps were swept in one day: one in front of the Elitch Gardens amusement park, and another in southwest Denver.

The migrants, mostly single men, initially refused to be bused to a shelter in protest, but 23 of the roughly 55 people at Elitch Gardens later accepted while nine others asked for onward travel.