Media: NY hotels expel veterans to make room for migrants

May 14, 2023



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New York City had promised not to send migrants upstate, but 20 homeless veterans were kicked out of hotels in Newburgh, New York to make way for illegal immigrants. Local politicians were outraged, with Republican Assemblyman Brian Maher of Walden and Democratic Congressman Pat Ryan and Marc Molinaro agreeing the eviction would not be tolerated. Last week, New York Mayor Eric Adams threatened to ship more than 300 single male migrants upstate. Orange County executive Steve Neuhaus declared a state of emergency and sued two Newburgh hotels for violating his executive order. Rockland County executive Ed Day declared a state of emergency and threatened to "grab [Adams] by the throat" if he persisted in an earlier plan to dump 340 migrant men on local hotels. The city has run out of space to house the tens of thousands of migrants it has welcomed in the last year.

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