But what is the problem? Objects are being carried away with the expansion of space. GR strongly supports expansion, or contraction. This is what Lemaitre realized to explain Slipher's redshifts. Einstein acknowledged Freidmann's expansion, or contraction, mathematical solution to GR, but Einstein was convinced space was static, which is why he added his fudge force acting on space (i.e. Cosmological Constant).
If a swimmer can swim 5 mph, and a river flows at 10 mph, can the swimmer eventually move upstream relative to the land? Yes, but the swimmer has to move closer to the shore where the flow becomes less than 5 mph. This is a crude analogy, but light travels at one constant speed regardless of the motion of space, and once those photons eventually reach regions of space traveling < c, then it becomes more obvious why we can see light that came from regions that were traveling faster than light.
Of course, it takes time for those photons to reach us, so there are regions of space that we will never be able to see, and as space expands, more and more regions will be beyond our capable viewing.
There are a number of articles about this oddity, and likely a video or two.
[Added: here is the
ant and rubber strip analogy.]