James O’Keefe exposes secret migrant center bussing to illegals to Phoenix airport

A worker called O'Keefe a "domestic terrorist" after he asked for additional comments.


American journalist James O'Keefe of O'Keefe Media Group posted a video on Wednesday in which a person working at what O'Keefe describes as a "secretive Migrant Refugee Facility" in Phoenix, Arizona appeared to offer a bribe in order to have him not report on the facility's activities.

The alleged facility worker, Jesus Moreno, was seen on video demanding that O'Keefe vacate the facility, despite the fact that he was standing on a public sidewalk.

Moreno repeatedly accused O'Keefe of harassment and said his name is "none-ya" (as in none of your business) upon being asked to provide it. Moreno gave a similar response when asked who he works for, and promptly slammed shut the gate of the facility he was working at. 

Later on, Moreno asked O'Keefe from behind the fence, "How much do you guys get paid? I'll pay you guys."

Shortly after that, a woman can be heard saying, "Jesus, no digas nada," which is Spanish for "do not say anything."

The journalist also talked to a man who works with the International Relief Committee (IRC), a nonprofit organization that had a gross revenue of almost $1.4 billion in 2021. O'Keefe said that another $75 million of its funding came from the European Union, and that other funding comes from the private sector, as well as other sources such as Catholic Charities.

"So is this a shelter, are they busing migrants to the airport?" O'Keefe asked the IRC worker. 

"I can't comment, but if you want to talk to, if you get somebody who works here, they can probably comment," he replied.

O'Keefe, soon after, spoke with IRC employee Thomas Robles, who notably worked as a co-executive worker for Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA), a far-left political organization. Much like Moreno, Robles was combative upon being questioned and repeatedly accused O'Keefe of harassment. Robles additionally called O'Keefe a "domestic terrorist" after he asked for Moreno to make a comment on his work. 

O'Keefe also had an interaction in which he asked a bus driver who he was working for, only to have another door shut on him. The driver was allegedly transporting migrants to the Phoenix Sky Harbour Airport. One of the companies transporting these migrants is Jet Limousines, which is a sub-contractor of Charter Up, O'Keefe reports. 

In another part of the video, O'Keefe highlighted an exchange he had where a Venezuelan illegal immigrant expressed his plans to vote for Joe Biden in the 2024 election should he ultimately be granted asylum. Upon being asked why he would pick Biden over Trump, the illegal immigrant replied that Trump does not like "Hispanic" people, whereas Biden offered him the opportunity to bring his family over to the United States. 

This comes as the month of December hit a new record for the most illegal immigrant crossings at the southern border of all time, with Customs and Border Patrol agents relaying that over 276,000 illegal immigrants crossed the US-Mexico border before the end of that month.

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