Disturbing Realities Of Living In Biden's Bordertown America's, Straight From The Racher's Mouth

By Javier Sanchez | Monday, 04 March 2024 05:15 AM
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In the heart of Arizona, a fourth-generation rancher named John Ladd has been grappling with the harsh realities of the border crisis under President Joe Biden's administration.

His 1,600-acre ranch, which stretches 10.5 miles along the southern border, has become a grim testament to the crisis, with 17 dead bodies, so-called 'rape trees,' and illegal immigrants found on his property.

Ladd, 68, has been vocal about the border crisis, expressing his concerns about the Biden administration's policies, which he believes favor illegal immigrants over American citizens. "That's a rape tree," Ladd revealed to The Daily Mail, referring to a tree on his property adorned with women's underwear, a chilling symbol used by cartel smugglers. "Almost all the women who come across get raped by their guides, who then throw their underwear in the trees," he added.

In response to the escalating crisis, Ladd carries a firearm at all times to safeguard his property and cattle. His family has maintained the ranch for 127 years, and he believes in the importance of American citizens and private property owners having control over their destiny. "I’m in favor of having American citizens and private property owners have more control over their destiny. That’s the bottom line," Ladd stated.

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The rancher also shared his observations about the illegal immigrants crossing his property. "They’re military-age males in camouflage, Balaclavas, and a cell phone. They don’t want to get caught," he told The Daily Mail.

Ladd's ranch lies in the busiest part of the entire border. Border Patrol agents in the Tucson sector recorded 250,000 apprehensions in just the first four months of the fiscal year, marking almost a 200 percent increase from the previous year. Over the past 30 years, Ladd has become familiar with the brutal realities of life on the border, including the patterns of migrants, the cartels controlling the other side, and the tragic deaths of migrants succumbing to the harsh desert conditions or violence.

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In a related incident, another Arizona rancher, George Alan Kelly, 74, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder and aggravated assault for defending his property from illegal immigrants. Kelly was arrested for the killing of Gabriel Cuen-Butimea on his Arizona ranch in Kino Springs, near Nogales, Mexico, on January 30, 2023.

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Reports indicate that Cuen-Butimea had a history of illegally crossing into the United States and had been deported multiple times. According to Kelly's defense lawyers, he fired warning shots after a group of men dressed in camouflage clothing pointed an AK-47 at him. Kelly was careful to shoot above their heads, the lawyers said. He later discovered the deceased illegal immigrant, who is suspected to be a cartel smuggler, when he went to check on his horse.

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Kelly was initially charged with first-degree murder, but a judge recently downgraded his charge to second-degree murder during an evidentiary hearing in court. These incidents underscore the escalating tensions and dangers faced by ranchers living along the southern border under the current administration.

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