Military Vets Caught Up In Hotel Insanity In NYC Amid Crisis

Some concerning events are unfolding in the city that never sleeps, New York. It has come to light that homeless veterans are being asked to leave several hotels in the area to accommodate migrants from the southern border. Let’s dive right into the details.

According to a recent article in the New York Post, the Yerik Israel Toney Foundation, an organization dedicated to working with U.S. military veterans, has reported that approximately 20 homeless veterans have been informed that their stays at hotels near New York City must be cut short. The Crossroads Hotel in Newburgh has seen 15 veterans being displaced, while five others have been moved from a Super 8 and a Hampton Inn and Suites in Middletown. These veterans include individuals who fought in Vietnam and Afghanistan.

The group was able to relocate the veterans at another hotel before being dumped onto the street by another non-profit that helps veterans.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has been relocating migrants to Orange County, including those who crossed the border illegally and are awaiting court dates. This decision has been made due to the significant influx of migrants in the city. As a result, homeless veterans are being affected and forced back on the street.

Thanks to Joe Biden, our homeless veterans are being kicked to the curb due to his reckless policies.

Meanwhile, the border is a hot mess.

They know exactly what they are doing…


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