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    Retired Army Ranger's First Hand Encounters at the Border - Video

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    Retired Army Ranger’s First Hand Encounters at the Border
    This is the real story at the border.

    Retired Army Ranger's First Hand Encounters at the Border
    A retired Army Ranger's first hand account of what is happening at the border...

    Retired Army Ranger’s First Hand Encounters at the Border

    in News, Politics, Videos / by Brandon Walker / on July 18, 2014 at 11:08 am /

    A retired Army Ranger’s first hand account of what is happening at the border completely backs up what we all fear.When Jennifer Kerns from the The Blaze received a video from Little Bonanza Productions of what an Army Ranger (retired) has seen first hand on his little 10 mile stretch of the border, they probably didn’t know how bad it blows the false narrative of the “humanitarian crisis” for “the children” out of the water until they watched it for themselves.

    Bevan Olyphant is a retired Army Ranger. He has a ranch on a ten mile stretch of the border. Though he holds only a ten mile stretch, he estimates between seven to ten thousand individuals every month are coming through his ranch that he’s aware of. He describes quite bluntly how his horse hesitated a couple of times. One of the times his horse hesitated was because of an individual with an AK-47 draped across his lap.He tells quite vividly of having seven individuals from Brazil in his home close to death from dehydration.He also tells of issues with his personal health.

    The potential public health disaster is a very familiar story to Olyphant. After rapid weight loss, he ended up at the Mayo Clinic. They asked him specifically if he knew of an illegal immigrant swimming in his water supply. The rare biological contamination could have cost him his life.The interview was conducted by Little Bonanza Productions and is part of a documentary series of what we face every day in the border crisis. The film company was most famous for the documentary film “The Border”. While it was produced as an impartial look at what we face along our Mexican/American border, “The Border” brings light to the growing crisis that started under President Bush. It has only escalated since Obama took office. They have been conducting interviews like the ones with Olyphant and Dr. Mike Vickers’ discovery on his Texas ranch.You can see the interview with Olyphant here after talking with Little Bonanza Productions:
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    The liberty Mr. Henry spoke about was to enjoy a nation that was the master of its own destiny, free of subversive forces. I do believe that we are all children of God, which makes us brothers, but even brothers will have differences of opinion and go separate ways. God provided for that in allowing many nations to develop based in part upon those differences in opinion. As often happens one opinion develops more success than another opinion. As in brothers of blood, as well of nations, envy being a human deficiency is eminent.

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    Our challenge today has become similar to the challenge spoken of by Mr. Henry 239 years ago. We have to defend what we have, or have left, or lose the opportunity to achieve again, not to be subverted by those envious of our success, rather than striving for their own success.

    As imperfect as our nation is, it is still the best available at the moment. Like Mr. Henry, I choose liberty rather than surrender. The time has arrived to be solitary owners of our borders and our wealth, so that later we may again be helpful to our brethren nations, but more frugal than in our past. Experience has aptly demonstrated that charity has to begin at home, that love is not a commodity that can be purchased even from nations.
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