A pastor from the South Side of Chicago who spent years working to improve his community said his “faith in government is very low” after seeing how his city has handled the ongoing migrant crisis.

“It’s been overwhelming. We already have an infrastructure that is overburdened and we already have a city that is already overtaxed. And now you’re adding individuals who, for the most part, are here illegally and now we’re having to carry that burden,” Pastor Corey Brooks, founder of Project H.O.O.D, told Fox News Digital.

“It’s very disheartening because, for organizations like ours – we’re already trying to do the work in an area that’s already difficult to do, and now you’re adding more people to the problem,” Brooks added.