'They Have to Move From Here to Somewhere Else': Martha's Vineyard 'Homeless Coordinator' Says Island Can't Handle 50 Illegal Migrants

Nick Kangadis | September 15, 2022
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The time for niceties is over. The left, establishment elite and the rest of the narrative-driven sheep are all talk and no walk — well, they don’t mind walking as long as it’s an illegal immigrant walking away from their neighborhoods.

If you ever wanted to get the tone of a current day leftist, who makes decisions based on emotions rather than any level of common sense, all you’d need to do is listen to the words of someone like Martha’s Vineyard homeless shelter coordinator Lisa Belcastro.

For context, apparently you need a homeless coordinator for a whopping 43 homeless people that are on the island in 2022.

Belcastro was asked about the “difficult challenges” those on the exclusive Martha’s Vineyard island — like former President Barack Obama — have to face as a result of the 50 or so illegal immigrants that were flown to the town by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Wednesday.

FYI, she had to think about it for a minute before answering despite garnering a decent size media presence.

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“At some point in time, they have to move from here to somewhere else,” Belcastro said. “We cannot — we don’t have the services to take care of 50 immigrants, and we certainly don’t have housing. We’re in a housing crisis as we are on this island, and we can’t house everyone here that lives here and works here. We don’t have housing for 50 more people.”

But you’re the homeless coordinator at a shelter that maybe, possibly attends to 43 homeless people. Those people don’t live and work there, but you have resources for them.

And, just by the way, “The State House News Service (SHNS) is reporting the Martha’s Vineyard median sale price [for a home] jumped to $1.325 million in April [of 2022] — a 33 percent increase from the $1 million median reported last April,” according to The Martha’s Vineyard Times.

So lady, go blow smoke up someone else posterior that might actually believe you. You all have plenty of resources. You just don’t like “undesirables,” deplorables if you will, in your neighborhood.


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