Arizona Leftists Protest Hotel being Turned into a Migrant Center

Cliche as it may sound, elections have consequences.

After going to Democrats for the first time since 1996, Arizonans are now witnessing the start of the many consequences of voting for the Left.

John Nolte of Breitbart News provided a graphic depiction of what’s taking place in Scottsdale, Arizona:

Large protests continued in Scottsdale Friday afternoon [June 4, 2021] over a temporary migrant facility at a hotel. Many of the nearby residents said not only do they not agree with that at all, but feel they were given no information that this would be happening before migrants were already being moved in.

Hundreds of protesters lined the crowded sidewalk for more than a block in front of the Scottsdale hotel. “Over the Memorial Day Weekend, we were notified about the hotel and the illegals that were moved in under the cover of darkness without any kind of consultation from the local community,” said Lisa Seger.

The controversial move by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to use the Homewood Suites hotel in Scottsdale to temporarily house immigrant families as they wait on being processed began on May 29. The shelter plan is part of an $87 million deal with the nonprofit Endeavors. The contract will be in effect until September 30. For the time being, the hotel rooms are being used to house migrants for 72 hours or less. 

Arizona voters better be careful of what they wish for. According to the Pew Research Center, Arizona already has 275.000 million illegal aliens. Those numbers will likely grow under Biden as his administration takes a more relaxed approach to immigration.

The political ramifications of continued migration are clear. The United States’ republican structure of governance will be in jeopardy if more migrants, who hold political and cultural views distinct from the founding stock, are imported by the millions. Republicans can stop this madness by actually standing up for border security and putting forward policies like an immigration moratorium.