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NEWBURGH, NEW YORK: Not-for-profit leader reports homeless veterans were displaced to make room for migrants

The New York post covered the story on its front page on Saturday, May 13, 2023.

Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus filed lawsuits against NYC Mayor Eric Adams and the owners of Crossroads Hotel and Ramada by Wyndham in regards to the influx of migrants in Newburg. StevenMNeuhaus/Facebook

Orange County Exec Steve Neuhaus.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 22, 2017: A man sits on a busy New York City sidewalk with a sign declaring he is a homeless military veteran. (Photo by Robert Alexander/Getty Images)

(NewsNation) — More than two dozen U.S. military veterans were kicked to the curb this weekend by hotels in suburban New York City, completely uprooting their lives.

This comes after a busload of 60 migrants were sent to the town of Newburgh by the request of Mayor Eric Adams. The Crossroads Hotel in Newburgh is just one of multiple hotels reportedly booting homeless veterans out to accommodate incoming migrants.

It’s reported these hotels make close to $190 a night housing migrants compared to nearly $90 a night housing veterans.


20 homeless veterans were evicted from Orange County hotels this week to make room for a group of migrants that were bussed to the area.


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NEWBURGH- Veterans housed in area hotels including in the Crossroads in the Town of Newburgh were removed from their temporary housing to make room for migrants coming from New York City, according to Sharon Toney-Finch of the YIT Foundation, a local not-for-profit that assists the homeless and low-income military service veterans in need of living assistance.

“Over the last week, many of our homeless veterans that YIT provides services for were informed that they had to leave their temporary housing,” said Sharon Toney-Finch of YIT. “Our veterans were housed in several hotels that were preparing to receive migrants from New York City. Thankfully, my team and I were able to scramble and find new temporary housing for these veterans.”

According to Toney-Finch, disruptions such as these can negatively impact a veteran’s reintegration back into society. “Whether you agree or disagree with migrants being housed in the Hudson Valley, I believe all of us can agree that this issue should not negatively impact our homeless veterans who have sacrificed so much for our country,” said Toney-Finch.

Elected officials were quick to respond to this news. Assemblyman Brian Maher (R- Walden) announced that he is introducing legislation to prohibit the displacement of homeless veterans once placed in housing so long as they continue to meet any necessary criteria. “I am introducing a bill that would prohibit the displacement of homeless veterans from shelters or supportive housing,” said Maher. “Never in my life did I think we’d need to outline something as fundamental as protecting the housing needs of our homeless veterans, but here we are. Our veterans matter – their service, lives, safety, well-being, and dignity matter.”

Congressman Pat Ryan (D- NY18) took to social media, stating, “This is bullshit. 20 veterans lost their housing tonight because of incompetence by New York City government. I am doing everything I can to ensure these service members have a bed to sleep in tonight. Let me be clear. This will not be tolerated.”

Congressman Marc Molinaro (R- NY19) stated, “This is absolutely inexcusable and should not be happening in America. This is the result of incompetence and a lack of compassion. This won’t be tolerated.”

Three separate lawsuits were filed on Friday by the Town of Newburgh and Orange County seeking a court to intervene and prevent New York City from sending migrants to the area.





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Biden Calls ‘White Supremacy’ the ‘Most Dangerous Terrorist Threat’ in Speech at Black College

Biden Calls 'White Supremacy' the 'Most Dangerous Terrorist Threat' in Speech at Black College



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Joe Biden is a born political panderer. It’s how he won the Democratic Party nomination, and it played a large role in his victory over Donald Trump.

Telling people what they want to hear is a political skill that most politicians possess. But there may never have been a politician as adept and skilled as Joe Biden in pandering to voters based on their race, their gender, their sexual identity, or any other aspect of their personhood that can be sliced, diced, and pureed to create a message tailor-made for a particular Democratic constituency.

Biden gave the commencement address to the historically black college of Howard University on Saturday and turned on the pander up to “10” in his bid to win over his audience.

Biden discussed racism and said that hatred “never goes away” and only “hides under the rocks.”  “A vivid demonstration when it comes to race in America, hope doesn’t travel alone. It’s shadowed by fear, by violence, and by hate,” he said.

Biden referenced the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville in 2017 and likened the scene to “the same ‘antisemitic bile’ that was voiced in the 1930s in Europe during the leadup to the Holocaust along with Nazi banners and members of the Ku Klux Klan,'” according to The Hill.

Biden said white supremacy is the most dangerous terrorist threat to the country. He said the battle against racism is “never really over,” but enough people come together to stand up to choose “love over hate, unity over disunion, progress over retreat” and against the “poison of white supremacy.”

He said the graduates he was speaking to represent the future who are going to be leading the country.

“In our lives and the life of a nation, we know that fear can shadow hope, but it’s also true that hope can defeat fear,” Biden said.

To compare a few hundred neo-Nazis gathering on a college campus to hundreds of thousands of stormtroopers marching through the streets of Berlin in the 1930s was not only idiotic, but it was also nothing more than an effort to pander to the lowest instincts of his audience. Instilling fear in black voters is a national obsession with Democrats. And that includes trying to identify “white supremacy” as the greatest terror threat.

“And I’m not just saying this because I’m at a Black HBCU. I say this wherever I go.” The audience laughed, knowing the only reason Biden made the statement about white supremacy was that he was addressing a black audience.

Twitter wasn’t convinced either.

“White supremacy” is as much a threat as black nationalists, Muslim fanatics, and radical left revolutionaries. But it wouldn’t be a Biden speech unless he pandered to one of the Democrats’ primary special interest groups.

Biden will protect black people from “white supremacy,” but will he address the fact that more than 70% of black babies are born to single mothers? That’s just one of a half dozen “threats” more dangerous to black people than white supremacy. But pandering does not allow for bringing up uncomfortable truths. So white supremacy it is.