President Joe Biden has presided over an unprecedented wave of illegal migration, and its consequences are being felt far away from the border.
Earlier this week, a whistleblower who works at one of New York City's best-known hotels came forward with shocking accounts of what government-funded migrants are doing to the business.
"The chaos that we see at the Row today is [caused] by migrants being drunk, drinking all day, smoking marijuana [and] consuming drugs," Rodriguez explained.
The hotel staff member went on to complain that his coworkers are struggling with "domestic violence" among migrants.
Other problems include people "having sex in the stairs" as well as a fight between a migrant and a member of the hotel's security team.
"The form in which they keep their rooms is horrendous," Rodriguez continued. "They don’t clean it, they don’t fold their clothes. They’re hoarding clothes, they’re hoarding whatever they can hoard. There’s no accountability."
"There was a lot of stuff that I had to be responsible for," he complained. "Fortunately for the migrants, they got the government of the United States to hand them carte blanche to pretty much do as they wish."
"They go in and out of the hotel at will," Rodriguez asserted. "The ones that have all the power are the migrants. The hotel workers lost their power in the hotel."
Rodriguez provided Ingraham with video footage showing "good food" left to rot in garbage bags because "the migrants don’t want to eat them."
"They said they don’t like it," Rodriguez said of the discarded "food that is going to waste.” He characterized the situation as being "insane."
What's more, Rodriguez said that another concern for hotel staff is the risk of disease as there are "people sick" who are "spreading all [types] of illnesses, chicken pox, COVID."
The migrant surge shows no sign of slowing down, with Fox News national correspondent Griff Jenkins noting in a tweet earlier this month that 718,062 illegal migrants were encountered by Border Patrol agents in October and November while another quarter million are estimated to have been found in December.
BREAKING: 100 days into FYTD23 (Oct 1st) total encounters exceed 718,000 (718,062) – w just over 198,000 expelled under T42.
Dec #s (not yet been publicly released) exceed 250,000.
EL PASO sector alone
– 168,170 encounters - up 222% from last year - w 78,161 Known Gotaways
— Griff Jenkins (@GriffJenkins) January 8, 2023