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Journalist reveals secretive Tucson migrant hotel

Investigation Reveals Secretive‌ Housing of Illegal ⁤Migrants in Arizona Hotel

After being thrown out of‍ a Tucson hotel, Fox News‌ host Rachel Campos-Duffy told The‌ Federalist, “They were ⁢super secretive.”

“These NGOs, as far as I’m concerned, are an arm ⁣of the Democratic Party,” said Campos-Duffy. “The Democrats are getting more illegals, which they hope to turn into voters. The NGOs are making money, and the ⁢small businesses like these hotels are making money.”

An Arizona hotel⁤ in ‍Tuscon is secretively housing⁣ illegal migrants who cross the border, according to an investigation by Campos-Duffy.

On Monday, Campos-Duffy published a nearly 2-minute video​ on X wherein she and her camera crew walked into​ a ⁤hotel run by a group called Casa Alitas, where migrants were supposedly‌ staying.

“What​ you’re ⁤seeing is basically an unmarked building. All signage is ‌removed,” Campos-Duffy explained. ⁢“That’s the first sign you know ‌that⁤ this is an NGO, a non-government organization. In this case, Casa Alitas, who is ⁣housing illegal immigrants.”

Campos-Duffy and her team, however, were‍ aggressively turned away when‍ they asked to rent a room.

“We’re⁤ not going to answer any of your⁢ questions,” said a⁣ female worker in a blue polo, who demanded⁣ the crew leave.

“This is ⁤an NGO paid for⁢ by government⁣ money,” Campos-Duffy said.​ “Can ​you explain what you do here? Why so⁤ much secrecy?”

Campos-Duffy and her crew returned ⁢the next morning for answers‍ but ​were violently harassed by security, as⁤ seen in a second video.

We returned this morning ‍on a tip that more illegals would be dropped off. What happened next ⁤was ⁢INSANE. Warning: graphic language. Casa Alitas security‌ accosted ⁤our cameraman,⁢ threw his phone &⁣ left him w/ bloody lip. Then another masked security man threw rocks at⁤ our vehicle… pic.twitter.com/65kNdA93vT

The Casa Alitas ​ website describes the group as ⁤“a program of Catholic Community⁣ Services of Southern Arizona.”

“The Casa Alitas Leadership Team and Volunteer ⁤Service‌ Coordinators support a⁢ network ‌of paid ⁤staff, volunteers, and interns ‌to​ create ⁢a ​safe, just, and compassionate refuge for the⁤ migrant ‍families transiting through our Southern ‌Arizona border communities,” the website says. “The ‍Casa Alitas program is sustained by an inter-denominational network of faith⁣ collaborators and inter-organizational partnerships​ with​ federal, state, and municipal⁢ government agencies; universities‌ and colleges; and ⁤other⁤ non-governmental organizations.”

Campos-Duffy made the visit while on a reporting trip to the Arizona-Mexico⁢ border for Fox News ahead of President Joe Biden’s trip this week.

Campos-Duffy explained in an interview‌ with⁢ The‍ Federalist that the government uses NGOs to evade oversight for handling the influx⁣ of migrants who cross the border.

“Our government either ‍can’t handle all the people coming through,” Campos-Duffy said, “Or it could be that we just ⁤don’t want to because that would require more oversight from Congress.”

House Republicans impeached Homeland Security ‌Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas this month over ⁣the administration’s​ efforts to procure ⁢an ‍open border. ​Conservatives in the⁢ upper chamber are now demanding the Senate fulfill its constitutional ⁤obligation⁤ to ​hold ​a‍ trial.


Tristan Justice is the western correspondent for The Federalist and the author ‌of Social Justice Redux,⁣ a conservative newsletter on culture, health, ⁢and ⁢wellness. He has ⁢also written for The Washington Examiner ​and The Daily ⁢Signal. His work has also ⁢been featured‍ in Real Clear Politics and Fox News. Tristan graduated from George​ Washington University where⁣ he majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow him on Twitter at @JusticeTristan or contact him⁣ at [email protected]. Sign up for Tristan’s⁤ email‌ newsletter here.

What actions can be ‍taken to address concerns about potential political motivations behind the housing of illegal migrants and ensure unbiased support for ⁣migrant families in need

F faith communities, ​foundations,⁤ and individual donors.”

The investigation conducted by Campos-Duffy raises concerns about the secrecy ⁣surrounding the ​housing of illegal migrants in this Arizona hotel. The unmarked building and the removal of all signage indicate a deliberate effort to conceal the activities of‌ Casa Alitas. This raises questions about the transparency and accountability ‌of this non-governmental organization.

Furthermore, Campos-Duffy’s encounter with the staff at Casa Alitas reveals⁣ a lack⁢ of willingness to engage in dialogue ‍and provide information about their operations. Refusing to answer questions and aggressively turning away individuals who seek clarification only⁣ fosters further suspicion ‍and skepticism.

It ⁣is also important ⁣to note that‌ Casa Alitas is funded by government money, as stated by Campos-Duffy. This raises concerns about the use of taxpayer dollars for initiatives ​that lack transparency⁣ and accountability. ⁢The public deserves to ​know how their tax contributions are being utilized and whether they align with the best interests of ⁤the community.

The confrontation faced by Campos-Duffy and her team when they returned ⁤for answers, as documented in the second video, is deeply troubling. Physical aggression and the throwing of objects‍ at their vehicle demonstrate a disregard for the​ principles of peaceful discourse and open dialogue. Such behavior is unacceptable and ‌further intensifies⁣ the need ‌to⁢ shed light on the secretive practices of housing illegal migrants.

While it is essential ​to⁤ recognize the importance of providing support‌ and​ refuge for migrant families, transparency and open communication should be fundamental principles guiding these endeavors. The public and relevant authorities must have access to information about the operations, funding, and impact of⁤ organizations such as Casa Alitas.

Moreover, the alleged connection‍ between NGOs like Casa⁣ Alitas and political parties raises concerns about the motivation behind housing illegal migrants. The accusation made by Campos-Duffy that Democrats are using these migrants to gain voters⁣ emphasizes​ the need for comprehensive ⁣investigations into ​the intersection of⁢ politics and immigration.

The investigation conducted by Rachel Campos-Duffy sheds light on the secretive housing of illegal migrants in an⁤ Arizona ‌hotel. The lack of transparency, aggressive behavior ⁣towards journalists, and alleged political motivations raise‌ significant concerns about the operations of Casa Alitas. It is crucial for governmental authorities, community leaders, and the public to come together⁤ to ensure‌ transparency,⁤ accountability, and compassion in addressing the challenges of ⁣immigration while upholding the principles that‍ define a just society.



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