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Rancher Must Go Armed After Biden Left Nearly a Mile-Long Gap in Border Near the Property

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Arizona families are left trying to protect their families.

Biden’s executive order to halt construction on the Trump administration’s border wall, issued the day he entered office, has left holes between the partially constructed system as wide as three-quarters of a mile, Fox News reported Sunday.

In the midst of the largest immigrant flood on the southern border in recent history and President Joe Biden’s ineptitude in creating and dealing with the situation, some Arizona families are left trying to protect their families even when the federal government refuses to.

Biden’s executive order to halt construction on the Trump administration’s border wall, issued the day he entered office, has left holes between the partially constructed system as wide as three-quarters of a mile, Fox News reported Sunday.

That allows illegal immigrants to not only sneak through under the cover of night but even to simply waltz through the border in broad daylight.

This has left Arizona cattle rancher Russell Johnson with the “horrible feeling” of knowing his family and property are now considered a “funneling point” for illegal immigrants, many of whom are dangerous. According to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement’s 2020 fiscal year report, 64 percent of 185,884 immigrants removed had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges. Johnson’s concerns aren’t rooted in hatred or senseless fear; his family and his ranch are under a genuine threat.

“This gap is right south of my house,” he told Fox News’ Jesse Watters on Sunday.”All of this stuff is coming right by my house. My family’s exposed to it on a daily basis.”

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