Border business: “Border Crisis: Fact and Fiction” guided tours in Arizona.

The increased attention to the security of the U.S.-Mexico border…

The increased attention to the security of the U.S.-Mexico border has caused many Americans to want to see for themselves what is going on along the border; this gave Tucson, Arizona-based Gray Line an idea, and the “Border Crisis: Fact and Fiction” tour is the result; the guided tour takes passengers to various points along the Arizona part of the U.S.-Mexico border; the trips will be offered twice a month, or upon request for large groups; the all day tours, which include lunch, cost $75 per person

The increased attention to the security of the U.S.-Mexico border has caused many Americans to want to see for themselves what is going on along the border.

This gave Tucson, Arizona-based Gray Line an idea, and the “Border Crisis: Fact and Fiction” tour is the result.

“Take your own fact-finding mission on the U.S.-Mexico border,” the promotional pamphlet from Gray Line Tours says. “Don’t let the politicians and news broadcasters become your only source of information.”
Source: Homeland Security Newswire

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  • randy

    the only way i would go on that trip is with body armor and a belt feed machine gun its to dam dangerous to go on that trip but there are a lot of fools

  • Zombie

    I can see the news headline a month down the road. “Americans murdered after Narco-Terrorist RPG hits Tourist van, 54 dead”

  • NEIL

    This has potential to be a very bad idea.

  • Jeff

    I love capitalism.