Democrat President Joe Biden’s border crisis is now costing a 95-year-old Korean War veteran a place to live.
Veteran Frank Tammaro said he has just been made homeless in New York City so that officials can make way for the flood of illegal border crossers.
Tammaro was given less than two months’ notice to figure out where he was going to live.
The NYC nursing home he lived in is being cleared out to become a facility for housing illegal aliens who entered the United States via the open Southern Border.
“The thing I’m annoyed about is how they did it, it was very disgraceful what they did to the people in Island Shores,” Tammaro said, referencing the assisted living facility he was in.
“Then one day there was a notice on the board,” he added.
“I think that gave us a month and a half to find out where we were going to go.
“I thought my suitcases were going to be on the curb because I’m not that fast.”
New York City Councilman David Carr confirmed to a local news outlet that the migrant facility would open there this week.
Carr revealed that he was informed about the plan by the city’s Department of Social Services
🚨 95-Year-Old Veteran Becomes HOMELESS After Nursing Home Room Given To Criminal Illegal Aliens By Biden Democrats
Meet Frank Tammaro of New York.
Frank is a decorated Korean War veteran. Frank signed up to serve his country in 1950. He fought honorably. How have Biden… pic.twitter.com/OtwQ7eg7gG
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 27, 2023
In Chicago, meanwhile, a migrant was caught breaking the law for the second time in a few months.
But this time the guy had nearly $2,000 cash on him.
This should be a violation of the conditions upon which he was released into this country.
However, it seems unlikely that the illegal alien criminal will be deported.
From CWB Chicago:
A Venezuelan citizen living at a downtown migrant shelter was carrying nearly $2,000 cash when Chicago police arrested him for jumping a turnstile at the Lake Red Line station, according to his arrest report.
It happened as CPD Mass Transit officers were conducting a “platform check” at the station, 188 North State, on September 19.
Officers said they saw Manuel Ibarra Labrador, 28, hop the station turnstile, walk down to the platform, and board a Red Line train around 12:50 p.m.
After removing him from the train, the officers took him into custody for misdemeanor theft of services.
They said he was carrying $1,863 cash.
That’s enough to pay for 745 rides on the “L.”
It’s the second brush with Chicago police for Labrador, who listed a home address at the Standard Club migrant shelter, 320 South Plymouth.
On May 25, he was cited for drinking on the public way outside the shelter.
That charge was dropped in July.