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Massachusetts Governor Responds After Illegal Alien Accused of Raping Disabled Child: ‘Things Will Happen’

Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey is facing backlash after chalking up a rape of a disabled child, that was allegedly committed by an illegal alien suspect, to “things will happen.”

Cory Alvarez, a 26-year-old illegal alien from Haiti, is charged with raping a 15-year-old disabled girl at the Comfort Inn in the Boston suburb of Rockland, Massachusetts. The location is part of a joint state and federal effort to convert buildings into emergency shelters in Massachusetts.

“It’s a horrible situation. It’s a horrible allegation. My thoughts are with the victim and her family,” Healey told local media at an event in Dorchester earlier this week. She went on to defend the vetting process for illegal aliens who are placed in the state’s shelters. “”I think we have the right systems in place. Unfortunately, this is a terrible incident,” she said.

“Unfortunately, we have security and systems in place, we have vetting in place, It is unfortunate, from time to time things will happen,” Healy went on to say.

In July of last year, Healey expanded programs that allow citizens to house newly arrived migrants. The state’s 1983 “right to shelter” law maintains that any family, regardless of immigration status, is guaranteed immediate state-provided housing.

““This has previously been a practice among Resettlement Agencies and other volunteers who work to support new arrivals,” said Healey Administration press secretary Karissa Hand. Local outlet WBUR reported at the time that the majority of illegal immigrants in need of housing in the state are new arrivals from Haiti.

Healey and other elected officials in Massachusetts have called on residents to house illegal aliens in their places of business or even their own homes.

“The addition of this layer — of adding in host homes — really seems to be because of the urgency and current unmet needs,” said Kelly Turley, associate director of the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless. “This is something that they could get online very quickly if host families and hosts come forward.”

Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Kim Driscoll urged residents to house illegals in their homes during a press conference last year. ““Most importantly, if you have an extra room, or suite, in your home, please consider hosting a family,” she said. “Safe housing and shelter is our most pressing need. Become a sponsor family. You can contact the Brazilian worker center for more information on how you can step up if you’re willing to have an additional family be part of your family.”

The state is currently housing illegal aliens in more than 100 cities and towns.

READ 50 COMMENTS
  • Ted says:

    All Democrats will die in the revolution. Coming soon ,, ©

  • Sadie says:

    It’s really a shame that “things will happen” didn’t happen to her and her’s! Until it effects these idiots personally, it really doesn’t matter to them as long as they are supporting and pushing the agenda forward!

  • Janet Woods says:

    Once again the liberals are asking the citizens to help them rectify the problem that they caused by their cowardly policies. NO! Do not take in these criminals. They have broken the law, and now the ignorant slobs want you to take these criminals into your home. Enforce the law you stupid weak lily livered useless dirtbags.

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