It’s early April, and you might be thinking about planning your family’s summer vacation (unless of course, you live in a blue state whose economy has been crushed by an overreaching Democrat governor, and you have no money to take your family on vacation…but I digress).
If you’re thinking about traveling to Texas or Arizona for a family vacation, you might want to re-think your plans, as many of the hotels are currently being filled with illegal aliens. Sounds crazy, right? Well, as it turns out, it’s not crazy at all…if you’re an illegal alien who’s managed to make it across our southern border—you may be staying in one of 7 hotels, completely free of charge—all courtesy of the American taxpayer.
The Washington Examiner reports about the 7 hotels that have opened their doors to illegal aliens:
On Friday, families will be moved into a Best Western in El Paso, which ICE had dubbed “Casa Estrella” or “Star House.” The hotel is making at least 186 beds available for families. The building is located next to a Starbucks and 2 miles south of El Paso International Airport.
1. Best Western Plus El Paso Airport Hotel
Up the road a mile and a half from the Best Western, another 158 beds are available at the Comfort Inn. The Comfort Inn will be referred to as the “Casa Consuelo,” or House of Consolation.
The Department of Homeland Security has begun administering rapid coronavirus tests on families released in other parts of Texas but has not revealed if families placed in hotels for unspecified durations of time will be tested before or during their stay.
2. Comfort Suites ChoiceHotels.com
“La Casa de la Luz,” or House of Light, for the Holiday Inn will accept more than 200 people starting Friday. It is located 15 miles southeast of Phoenix in Chandler and has a large pool.
3. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Phoenix/Chandler
Starting April 30, 107 beds will be available for families brought to the WoodSpring Suites in Pecos, Texas. “La Casa de La Paz,” or House of Peace, has in-room kitchens and living rooms rather than just bedrooms. Roll-out beds and cots are also being factored in the available beds at each hotel.
4. WoodSpring Suites Pecos
The Hilton brand’s Hampton Inn, “Casa Esperanza” or House of Hope, and Wyndham’s Microtel, “Casa de Compasion” or House of Compassion, in Cotulla will hold approximately 338 people combined.
5. Hampton Inn Cotulla
6. Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Cotulla
If you’re one of those unlucky people who live in a blue state and won’t be able to afford a vacation, take comfort in knowing that as soon as you’re able to get back to work, you too, can help to pay for foreign invaders to stay in one of these 7 hotels in Texas or Arizona.