Think of it as a great opportunity for lower-income Americans to charitably step aside.
I know of at least one Massachusetts town where these new residents are about to enter an understaffed school system en masse. Even more, they are getting free preschool and free transportation to preschool, which for residents is an additional cost that some are deciding is too expensive.
We need to understand — and explain to our neighbors as they begin to wonder what’s going on — that Northeastern governments (led by Democrats) don’t think they need us, and they therefor do not represent us. They want to import clients for their services for which they can then seek to bill other people.
This scheme may have worked for a very small number of cities (like Lawrence, MA), but when whole states are scrounging around for people to pay for the services to which officials have committed, people will begin to say “no” in one way or another.