Border sheriffs slam DC mayor
Sheriffs addressing the issue at the southern border are now targeting Washington, D.C. for declaring a national emergency over fewer
migrants than Texas and Arizona have bused into the sanctuary city. They also don't like being called a "border town" because of the buses.
Sherriff Roy Boyd of Goliad County, Texas, told Fox News Digital, "They have seen nothing. They are not border towns. They don't know what a border town is."
On Thursday, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced a state of emergency due to the influx of migrant buses.
Texas and Arizona since the month of April. She said that the move lets the city set up an Office of Migrant Services to help migrants with housing,
medical care, transportation, and other services. On Thursday, Bowser stated, "We are putting in place a framework that
will allow for a coordinated response with our partners." "There will be a programme to meet all buses, and since most people will keep going to their final destination