OUTRAGE: Vet Booted From Nursing Home (Video)

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – Constantly adding insult to injury, Joe Biden’s administration keeps demonstrating how much it favors illegal aliens over Americans – as, in a new outrageous case, a 94-year-old US Army veteran has been kicked out of his nursing home to make room for illegal migrants.

94-year-old US Army veteran, Frank Tammaro, has expressed his discontent with his former assisted living home, Island Shores Residences in Staten Island, after it abruptly decided to evict its senior residents to accommodate migrants.

Tammaro, who has lived in New York all his life, along with 53 other seniors, received less than two months’ notice to vacate in March and had to find alternative living arrangements.

“I felt horrible. It’s no joke getting thrown out of a house,” he told Fox News in an interview cited by The New York Post.

Tammaro, who served in the US Army Signal Corps during the Korean War, first told the public of his ordeal in September.

After moving into another facility and experiencing a fall, he eventually decided to live with his daughter, Barbara Annunziata, and her children.

During his stay with his family, they learned Island Shores would be converted into migrant housing, contradicting earlier promises that it would reopen as another assisted living facility.

“I don’t understand it at all. It’s not fair to anybody,” Annunziata told Fox.

“These migrants, they’re getting everything. They’re getting everything and I can’t get nothing for [Tammaro]. Meanwhile, [migrants] get everything. And he’s not entitled to anything,” she added.

Republican leaders in the area have criticized the city and the nonprofit that owns the facility, Homes for the Homeless, for what they deem a “shady deal.”

Assemblyman Michael Tannousis (R-East Shore/Brooklyn) voiced concerns at a press conference on September 21 about the lack of transparency and communication with the community and elected officials.

“They are not keeping the community apprised, and they are not keeping the elected officials apprised. This has caused a sense of panic amongst the constituency,” he said.

Homes for the Homeless initially planned to sell Island Shores to another senior operator.

However, in August, it struck a deal with City Hall to relocate migrants to the facility, now called the Midland Beach Migrant Center.

The Department of Social Services then informed the Staten Island Advance that the building would be transformed into a migrant shelter for 113 families with private rooms and meal services.