Democrat Joe Biden plans to lie about how safe travel is coming from the United States’ southern border, and Real Americas Voice reporter Ben Bergquam is setting up a potential exposé with his latest video.
Bergquam, the founder of Frontline America, recorded himself recently delivering to some border control agents a bag full of identification cards he had retrieved from Mexico. Berquam explains in the video that he found the cards right after a group of people crossed over the boundary line into America.
“I thought this would help with your investigation,” Bergquam said as he handed the bag to an armed man in full camo gear.
What is noteworthy here, and something readers will not find in other media, is investigations into who is crossing into the United States without their Identification and why.
This is especially important because the Mainstream Media is reporting that Biden is about to make an important announcement.
Biden will speak about the new COVID vaccine requirements for immigrants and travelers into the U.S., which will likely seem odd to anyone who follows Bergquam.
If illegal invaders don’t have Identification, how are they going to prove they are vaccinated?
The media will be happy to report on Biden’s announcement- without asking the question that courageous Berquam is covering.
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From the MSM, see if they ever ask about illegals without I.D.s.
The Biden administration intends to relax Covid-19 travel restrictions on land-border crossings from Canada and Mexico. It will require foreign nationals taking those routes into the U.S. for nonessential reasons to show proof of vaccination beginning in November.
The new rules from the Department of Homeland Security will amend land-travel restrictions first imposed by the Trump administration in 2020 that have become a source of frustration for the Canadian and Mexican governments and for U.S. border cities, particularly as Covid-19 vaccines have become widely available across the U.S.
- The United States will lift restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico for fully vaccinated foreign nationals in early November, two U.S. officials said on Tuesday.
- The precise date in early November when the restrictions will be lifted will be announced “very soon,” one of the officials said.
- Canada on Aug. 9 began allowing fully vaccinated U.S. visitors for non-essential travel.
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