What One Veteran Told Biden About Hotels For Illegals Shocked Them To Their Core!

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A few years ago, I saw this thing on the news where an organization was building these little buildings, about 12 foot by 12 foot, and they were using them as housing for members of the military that had no place else to go.

It was something that was so simple, they were giving them some safety and a place to stay while they got things back together. I donated a little bit of money to them and whenever they put someone into one of them it always makes me happy.

People that fought for our country deserve every good thing that’s coming to them. When those things are taken by an illegal alien, it just breaks my heart.

A formerly homeless veteran blasted the Biden administration’s “heartbreaking decision” to award Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) an $86.9 million contract for hotel rooms near the border for illegal families crossing into the United States, arguing on Tuesday that the current administration is “turning their back” on American veterans.

“What I don’t understand is why we can allow our greatest heroes, our American veterans that have gone to fight for this country, that have gone and put their lives on the line and then they come back home and have nowhere to go,” Hathcock told “Fox & Friends First” on Tuesday. “And this administration is putting more money into people that have never contributed to this society and to me that is very heartbreaking.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Hathcock, a recovered drug addict who went on to become a VA nurse, went on to say that “being a homeless veteran myself, I needed all the help I could get.”

In the interview, Hathcock pointed out that many veterans are homeless and need medical attention. He said the Biden administration should be giving money to them instead of illegals.

The question was asked to Hathcock, does he think the U.S. does enough to take care of our veterans he said, “we could do better.”

He added, “We’re giving $86 million to people that have never contributed to this society and yet, we let the people that have given the most be homeless. That shows a lot that we need to do more.”

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