New York City kicked students out of a Brooklyn high school in order to relocate nearly 2,000 migrants housed at Floyd Bennett Field ahead of a potentially damaging storm.
Republican Councilwoman Inna Vernikov posted a video of the migrants entering James Madison High School without having to scan their faces the way students typically do.
'A lot of law enforcement and other agency resources have been poured into this situation tonight. Also, these children are being moved from place to place and will be forced to wake up at 4:30 am to leave the school to go elsewhere. Unacceptable situation for all!'
In a statement, City Hall referred to the illegal migrants as 'guests' and called it a temporary stay.
'The health and safety of migrants in our care is always a top priority, which is why we are currently overseeing the relocation of 1,900 guests from the humanitarian emergency response and relief center at Floyd Bennett Field due to an updated forecast with increased wind speeds estimated to be at over 70 MPH tonight.'