A Message From The Border We Were Asked To Share


One-time call-in guest to The Bob & Steve Show, Cammi Moore, who lives in Hidalgo County, NM asked that we share the following message detailing some of the experiences she and her family has had with those who cross the southern border illegally. Her message follows:

My name is Cammi Moore. I was raised on our family owned and operated ranch and farm. I am third generation. My grandparents came out here in the 40's.

There had always been an issue with illegal immigration, but the type of people have drastically changed. The people used to be humble, hard working, caring people who were just looking to make money to send home to their families. Now they demand and are aggressive. They think they are entitled to what we have busted our butts for.

Everyone in this country can tell you story upon story. We have more than I could ever begin to tell you, so I have chosen a few to elaborate on.

We had a John Deere tractor stolen, the illegals piled 10 people into the cab and hightailed it. They ended up turning around and stalling the tractor in a neighbor’s driveway, upon being lost. The neighbors came outside because who turns a tractor around at 5 in the morning. They immediately knew who's it was and called my grandparents. Both my Grandpa and Grandma headed to go pick it up. My grandma got on the tractor, got it started and headed back home with it, when these 10 men lined the road to stop her from going. Her words exactly, "I gave it all the gas it had and they were either going to get out of the way or get ran over."

My dad and I were working some cattle all morning and the border patrol were driving up and down roads, helicopters flying over head. We knew they were tracking a group. Finally one of the BP agents came and asked my dad if they could check a bunkhouse by the pens. My dad said, "Hell we've been here all morning, but knock yourself out." Sure enough there was 12 men with backpacks loaded with drugs and caring AK47's. We could have been blown away and wouldn't have even seen it coming.

One afternoon a woman showed up at the house asking to see a map to see where New York was, that's where her husband was. She told us the group had left her because she could not keep up. We showed her a map, allowed her to use the cell phone, gave her food, water and a jacket. She was also allowed to stay in a bunkhouse to protect herself from the weather. She had ended up calling and was picked up by the wrong coyote and my family was threatened for weeks because of it. We were told they knew we lived along highway 338 and when they found us we would be killed. Border patrol agents and law enforcement officers were notified. As well as all cell phone numbers had to be changed. We simply was trying to help someone and got caught in a bad situation and nearly killed.

As I got in my pickup I heard a man holler good morning come from the barns. I drove over and rolled down my window. He again said good morning, how are you in fluent, heavily accented English. I said good morning. He began telling me his car broke down on the highway and him and his family slept in the car and how cold it was. He demanded to use my phone and for me to give him a ride. I asked if he was part of a caravan, stunned he slowly responded yes. I said you need to get out of here. Quickly his whole demeanor changed! Angrily he grabbed my pickup door, we all carry guns for this exact reason. I showed him the gun and he began apologizing. I called my dad, telling him to get out here immediately. He insisted not to call the border patrol or police. Border patrol agents were called. They apprehended him as well as 4 others. Two days later a deputy called and told us he was a wanted felon. None of which were good, rape and murder. If that doesn't make the hair on the back of your neck stand up.

We've found bedding in barns where they have stayed. They have tried breaking in our home. Trash, debris left all over our ranch. Bunkhouse broke into, stayed in and destroyed, has gotten so bad we don't repair or maintain them anymore. Vehicles, equipment, horse stolen. Fences cut and drove through.

It is not if something is going to happen, it is when and what.

A rancher friend was murdered. A friend was kidnapped. The things that happen down here are unimaginable. The cartels have been captured on game cams. We need a wall/barrier and more feet on the ground.

Thank you,

Cammi N. Moore

Another Issue In Gloucester Twp: That Time A Guy Who Was Recently Elected To A School Board (Allegedly) Wore Blackface

Brian Reagan

Brian Reagan

As if Gloucester Township doesn’t have enough problems, a failed EMS, a township communications director who got there by way of being an Assistant Store Manager at Michael Kors in the Deptford Mall and questions about whether or not one of the newly elected members of the school board actually lived in the township at the time of his election.

Now, it turns out Brian Reagan, the new school board member who likely did not actually reside in Gloucester Township at the time he was elected, allegedly once wore blackface.

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Anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock knows white guys wearing blackface has been in the news a lot lately. There have been many, many calls for these men to resign. Recently Governor Phil Murphy and U.S. Senator Cory Booker called on Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to resign after a photo of Northam wearing blackface 35 years ago surfaced.

It is clear that the photo The Bob & Steve Show has obtained of Reagan (allegedly) in blackface is less than 35 years old given that according to voter registration records he was born in 1970. Also, according to voter registration records Reagan is a registered Democrat.

It’s a safe bet Reagan did not tell his school board running mates, Carolyn Grace and Anthony Marks, about the photo of him wearing blackface. Ms. Grace is a respected member of the community and a recipient of the 2019 Camden County Freedom Medal. I’m fairly certain she would have an issue with one of her running mates having worn blackface. Mr. Marks is a respected businessman and runs Marksmen Landscaping, a company that also happens to perform snow removal for Gloucester Township. I would doubt Marks wants to be associated with one who has worn blackface in the past.

I’m sure we will have more on this story, but for now let’s just sit back and wait to see how long it takes folks like Governor Murphy, Senator Booker and Reagan’s running mates to call on him to resign. While we wait here’s a side-by-side comparison of Reagan’s (alleged) blackface photo and his campaign headshot for you to decide:

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Phil Murphy Should Explain Who Made The Decision To Force Young Women Soccer Players To Live With An Elderly Man Who Repeatedly Made Them Feel Uncomfortable

Phil Murphy

Phil Murphy

Lately there have been lots of folks asking who hired Al Alvarez, the man who allegedly raped Katie Brennan. I believe Brennan. I don’t know any person who doesn’t believe her.

New Jersey Globe, InsiderNJ, NJ.com, nearly every outlet that covers politics in the state of New Jersey has asked, “Who hired Al Alvarez?”

Unfortunately, no one in Governor Murphy’s administration seems to know the answer to that question. Not even Murphy himself seems to know.

Of course, this leads to what we’ve been wondering here at The Bob & Steve Show since last August: Who in management at Phil Murphy’s professional women’s soccer team, Sky Blue FC, forced young women to “live with an elderly man who repeatedly made inappropriate comments to the players and made them feel uncomfortable?”

Murphy has been exposed for not entirely separating himself from his soccer team by the New Jersey Globe, despite placing his investments in a blind trust.

So, because Murphy obviously still has a hand in running his soccer team, even calling to try to convince one of his team’s draft picks to sign with Sky Blue FC maybe it’s time for him to start answering questions.

After he tells New Jersey who hired Al Alvarez, Murphy can then tell us who forced young women soccer players to live with an elderly man who repeatedly made inappropriate comments to the players and made them feel uncomfortable.