Colorado River / Cocopah Reservation Border-Gap Tour

A detailed tour of the gaps in the border fence on the Colorado River and the Cocopah Indian Reservation near Yuma, Arizona. There are six miles of open border at the reservation and several small gaps elsewhere. Photos represent the state of the border fence as of May, 2021.

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    1. They don’t necessarily have to change the voting laws. That just makes it faster and more certain. With or without the changes in the law, they expect the same results in the long run. That would be a big shift in the voter demographics in their favor accomplished by illegal means and thereby perpetual progressive Democratic rule.

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