NYC Disrupted by Migrants Refusing to Leave Watson Hotel For Public Shelter Facility

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A group of activists stirred up dissent among migrants camped outside the Watson Hotel in NYC and encouraged them to refuse Mayor Eric Adams’ (D) order to relocate to a shelter in Brooklyn. “The hotel had so many services they have just [now] taken away” migrant Oswaldo Guillén complained.  A City Hall source told The Post that the protests were “organized by local organizations and individuals who have repeatedly sought to stop our efforts to support the 43,000+ asylum seekers here in New York City.”