According to the New York Post, most of the illegal aliens packing up and leaving NYC are fed up with the city's crime and filth. The outlet spoke to a source at the office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams, who confirmed that the City Hall pays various companies operating programs for migrants – including one that offers "re-ticketing" to let them travel to other cities using the people's money.
Several migrants confirmed that New York Guardsmen were distributing tickets at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan for those wanting to cross to Canada. This was seconded by a National Guard source and one illegal alien who talked to the Post.
"The military gave me and my family free bus tickets, said Raymond Pena, a native of Venezuela. "I am going to Canada for a better quality of life for my family."
Thirty-three-year-old Susy Sanchez Solzarno from Peru entered Canada with her husband and two daughters after one of her children saw a video of illegal aliens doing so on TikTok. The family entered the U.S. from Mexico in December, and later spent about a month in a Queens hotel used as an emergency shelter.
"I wanted to live in [NYC] because I thought it would be a better future for my daughters. But as the days went by – I saw insecurity, many homeless people, many people who shout and are disrespectful and many people on drugs," explained Solzarno.
"I am going to Canada for the safety and future of my girls. I only ask God that everything goes well and that Canada is not like the United States."
Manuel Rodon was another illegal immigrant who decided to head north, citing eight other Venezuelans he know that made it to Canada.
"They all got free tickets, too. It was the same process," remarked the 26-year-old painter and construction worker. "It took them three days through customs, [but now] they are all safe [and] live in Montreal."
"It is difficult to get papers in America. I need to work, so I am going to Canada. All the information is on social media."
Before choosing to leave NYC, Rodon had been staying at a homeless shelter in Brooklyn – which he described as "OK," except for the American residents.
"A lot of the Americans used drugs there," he commented. "I feel like Canada will be safer. It is a much quieter country than America."
Prior to his stint at the Brooklyn homeless shelter, Rodon was housed at the Row NYC hotel near Times Square. He and other illegal aliens had trashed the posh hotel before being "kicked out."
A separate report by the Post featured Row NYC employee Felipe Rodriguez revealing how the four-star hotel discarded tons of food for illegal immigrants after the intended recipients refused to eat them. He added that the illegal aliens prefer home-cooked meals from their countries of origin.
"Anything they don't consume is in those [garbage] bags, and they're heavy. I weighed one of the bags full of sandwiches one time, and it weighed 60 pounds," he shared. "There have been times when we couldn't take all of the garbage out one time because the bins were full – and I'm talking about 25, 30 bins of garbage." (Related: NYC hotel discarding TONS OF FOOD meant for illegals.)
"My problem is: Why are we throwing away so much food? Someone from the city should have said, 'Let's order less food so we throw less food out,' but nobody cares. It's a crime to be throwing out so much food."
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