Guess which group is getting the preloaded $10K debit card in New York?

Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration quietly changed the state’s “Safety Net Assistance” program eligibility rules in May to allow non-citizens who have pending applications for asylum to receive benefits, making thousands of migrants eligible for the payments, according to a report from the New York Post and confirmed by Fox News Digital.

The move was made through the state’s Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, which sent a message to social services agencies in the state, the report notes, though the agency would not say how many migrants are currently receiving payments. FOX

Veterans unfairly treated

Based on current information, it appears that homeless veterans – Americans who have served their country, paid into the system and should by rights be treated with reverence and respect in New York City – do not receive the same level of care, money, and support as migrants.

While the city has implemented several initiatives to help homeless veterans, such as the Department of Veterans’ Services (DVS) and the Big Apple Transition Assistance Program (TAP), these programs do not seem to provide the same level of comprehensive support as the services offered to migrants.

Migrants in New York City have been reported to receive free healthcare, housing, food, cell phones, bikes, and clothes. Additionally, there have been discussions about providing free legal services for any migrants who arrive in the city. In contrast, homeless veterans in New York City face challenges such as limited access to affordable housing and mental health support.