After a torrid year and a half in the global world, many people will be wanting a nice summer vacation to unwind from the stress caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you live in a red state, then you might be in luck, as numerous Republican Governors have started to unlock their states, restoring freedoms that should never have been restricted in the first place.

If you live in a blue state, you may not be so lucky, with Democrat, overreaching Governors choosing to keep their people locked in constant misery and economic uncertainty.

However, vacation setters across the country may be soundly disappointed if they plan to vacate in Texas or Arizona.

The popular border states have been plagued with an influx of illegal immigrants, many of whom are now taking residence in popular hotels and resorts across both states.

I’m sorry…what?

That’s right.

At the expense of the American taxpayer, hotels and resorts across Texas and Arizona are opening their doors to people who broke the first law of entry of the United States, housing them in luxury conditions, completely free of charge.

So, what hotels and resorts are allowing these illegal aliens safe and free harbor?

Starting on Friday, illegal families will be moved into the Best Western Hotel in El Paso, Texas.

The hotel holds 186 beds for illegal immigrants, which are all expected to be occupied.

The hotel is located directly next to a Starbucks, as well as being only two miles from El Paso International Airport.

A mile and a half north from the Best Western, the Comfort Inn will be offering another 158 beds to those who cross the border illegally.

Next up are the availability of over 200 beds at the Holiday Inn in Chandler, 15 miles away from Phoenix.

On top of this, the WoodSpring Suites in Pecos, Texas will be offering 107 beds to illegal families. These beds have their own in-room kitchens and living rooms.

These are just some of the many hotels and resorts that will be offering their services throughout Texas and Arizona, allowing illegal families the chance to live in luxury throughout the summer months whilst hardworking Americans will be unable to live their own homes, state depending.