Hudson Valley Dem rips Adams after report homeless vets were booted from Newburgh hotel to make way for migrants


Backlash over City Hall’s bid to bus migrants to hotels in two Hudson Valley towns, as it braces for a potential spike in the number of new arrivals following the lapse of Title 42 last week, continued to mount over the weekend with one upstate Democrat joining the chorus of those criticizing Mayor Eric Adams’ handling of the influx.

On Friday evening, Congress Member Pat Ryan, a recently-elected Democrat who represents Orange, Ulster and Dutchess Counties, blasted Adams’ office in a Tweet following a New York Post report that 20 homeless veterans staying at three Orange County hotels were being ousted to make room for migrants the city is sending there. City Hall, however, disputes that report and an article released Thursday by the Mid Hudson News also undermines the Post’s account