Ben Bergquam, the host of Law and Border on Real America’s Voice, continues to report on the border crisis that most mainstream media outlets ignore. On Monday morning, Bergquam documented a staggering number of illegal crossings into the US through the San Miguel Gate on the Tohono O’odham Reservation in Arizona. Approximately 1,500 illegal aliens crossed through this gate alone. This comes after a week of over 14,000 illegal entries in the Tucson Sector.
Bergquam believes that this mass migration is a coordinated effort to go to more remote areas, away from cameras, in order to hide the severity of the border crisis. It also serves as a distraction, allowing drug cartels to push drugs across the border undetected.
The video footage he captured at the San Miguel Gate shows a steady stream of individuals crossing into the US. Bergquam expresses his concern and frustration, noting that this is not a result of failed policy by Democrats in Washington DC, but rather the result of the cartel Democrats who have sold out the country. He emphasizes the need to hold these individuals accountable.
This is not the first time Bergquam has reported on the border crisis. He recently visited Sasabe, Arizona, another remote area near the southern border. In his reporting, Bergquam highlights the dire situation caused by Biden’s immigration policies, which the mainstream media often fails to cover.
While walking along the border wall in Sasabe, Bergquam encounters numerous individuals waiting to turn themselves in. These remote areas not only serve as entry points for illegal immigrants but also as routes for drug smuggling. When Bergquam asks the individuals where they intend to go after crossing the border, their responses reveal a wide range of destinations, including Mississippi, California, Pennsylvania, Nashville, Maryland, and New York.
Bergquam’s commitment to shedding light on the situation at the border is commendable. His videos demonstrate the magnitude of the crisis and the urgent need for action. By infiltrating these remote areas and capturing firsthand footage, Bergquam provides an unfiltered view of the realities that the mainstream media often overlooks.
The video footage he shared on social media has sparked widespread discussion and outrage. People are sharing his videos and calling for greater accountability from the Biden administration. The lack of coverage from mainstream media outlets only reinforces the importance of independent journalists like Bergquam who are willing to go where others fear to tread.
In conclusion, Ben Bergquam’s reporting on the border crisis continues to expose the severity of the issue. His recent documentation of 1,500 illegal crossings in a single morning brings attention to the coordinated efforts to avoid detection and the impact of this crisis on communities along the border. By expanding his reporting to Sasabe, Arizona, Bergquam highlights the dire situation faced by both border patrol agents and residents in these remote areas. It is essential that his work receives the attention it deserves to prompt meaningful action and change.