According to a nonprofit veterans organization cited by The New York Post, a group of struggling veterans was informed at the beginning of the week that they would have to vacate their hotel rooms to make way for migrants. The hotels, apparently, decided to eject the veterans because of the influx of immigrants.
The migrants had been transported to the area by Mayor Eric Adams to relieve the burden on New York City, which was facing an overwhelming number of people crossing the southern border daily. Unfortunately, the homeless veterans living in hotels intended for the migrants were displaced by this move, causing a disabled military veteran named Sharon Toney-Finch, who runs the Yerik Israel Toney Foundation, to express her distress.
She reported that she received a call from one of the veterans on Sunday, informing her that he had to leave because the hotel could not provide an extended stay, and she subsequently received another call. Despite being promised temporary housing for a month, all 20 displaced ex-military members were ejected from their hotels.
Toney-Finch said that the situation has been heartbreaking for the veterans and that they have lost their trust. Although all of the veterans have been moved to a separate hotel in Hudson Valley, the ordeal has been difficult for them. The mayor’s office did not respond immediately when contacted for comment by The New York Post.
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