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Conservative Journalist Crashes Press Conference With Congressman TJ Cox & Jim Costa & Gets Kicked Out By Security

Conservative Journalist, Ben Bergquam of KGED 1680 Talk Radio & FrontlineAmerica.com, was kicked out by security while trying to report on a press conference Tuesday afternoon. The press conference was held by several San Joaquin leaders that oppose President Trump’s reinstatement of the United States Social Security Administration’s “no-match” letters program. This program requires the Social Security office to report W-2’s where the name and the Social Security number do not match. These Valley Representatives believe this unfairly targets illegal immigrants and want to protect them over Americans and American jobs.

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