Checking in with America’s Border Rancher Activists

Getting news from the American West used to take months even though monumental events were occurring that would shape the nation’s future. It wasn’t until 1861 when Western Union installed a transcontinental telegraph line from California to New York that faster messaging became possible. Even then, the transmission was iffy because of relay glitches. 162 years later, satellite communications are real-time, yet when it comes to reporting on illegal alien border issues, transmission remains iffy given mainstream media omissions, distortions, and outright censorship.

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