The problems at the border have been created deliberately by the Biden administration. They are not being “offloaded” by border states, which have no special obligation to bear them.

…is beginning to hit home in Washington, as hundreds of undocumented migrants arriving on the governors’ free bus rides each week increasingly tax the capital’s ability to provide emergency food and housing.

Yes, and what do you think the Biden administration’s pro-illegal immigration policies have done to tax the resources of border states like Texas and Arizona?

The Times’s pained reaction to having to share a tiny percentage of the border states’ pain–New York has gotten a handful of bussed illegals, like Washington, D.C.–validates the wisdom of Governors Abbott and Ducey’s policies. If blue voters experience a small taste of the evils caused by illegal immigration, maybe we can finally muster the collective will to enforce our country’s immigration laws.

I’m not sure why the Times is so concerned, when the Northeast Corridor offers a surprising number of housing possibilities for illegal immigrants:

UPDATE: Don Surber: NPR, that was the plan. “America has become a foolish nation. NPR is one reason. It failed to contact any of the Republican governors to find out what their plan was. Instead, NPR just flat-out said they had none. Oh, they had a plan: make those who support the invasion deal with its consequences.”

(Updated and bumped.)