A paid organizer, Blanca Collazo. with Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHAAZ) is making waves again though her continued attacks on Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema. The latest incident involves Collazo with other activists filming and following Sinema to a public bathroom.
The confrontation occurred at Sinema’s ASU classroom. The open borders supporters demanded that Sinema support President Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda and legislation that would have provided a pathway to citizenship for illegal migrants.
Collazo first made headlines in February when she and her fellow “immigrant-rights” organizers and progressive activists appeared at Sinema’s office to rally for a raise in the minimum wage.
At the time, Collazo, who according to records was approved for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, at age 16 under the Trump Administration, told Cronkite News that she and her fellow protesters were not asking Sinema to support the increase, but were “demanding it.”
Sinema, who has taken unusually conservative positions on certain high-profile issues, is at the center of a firestorm for so far refusing to vote for what many believe is a budget busting proposal put forth by the Bidden administration.
Sen. Martin Quezada, who serves as Treasurer for the gubernatorial campaign of Arizona’s current Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs, and who is himself running for State Treasurer, applauded the intrusion by Collazo and her accomplices, including an adult male, who yelled at Sinema while she was in a bathroom stall:
While Republicans and Independent condemned the intrusion in the bathroom,
the single candidate for Attorney General in the Democratic Party primary, Rep. Diego Rodriguez, took to his online account to support the aggressive tactic:
Arizona law A.R.S. 13-3019, makes it illegal “for any person to knowingly photograph, videotape, film, digitally record or by any other means secretly view another person without that person’s consent under either of the following circumstances:
1. In a restroom, bathroom, locker room, bedroom, or other location where the person has a reasonable expectation of privacy and the person is urinating, defecating, dressing, undressing, nude or involved in sexual intercourse or sexual contact.
LUCHA’s last available IRS Form 990 dated 2018 shows that newly appointed State Sen. Raquel Teran, chairwoman of Arizona Democratic Party, is a board member. [VIEW HERE]
This story was updated at 4:02 p.m. Oct. 3.