"If you're a patriotic, law-abiding American and this doesn't make you livid, you are more than a fool." ~ Barbara Simpson

You’ve probably never heard of Rob Krentz.

Before March 27, there really wasn’t any reason you would have.

Since then, however, there’s every reason you should know the name and the man and the circumstances of his death.

But unless you read local Arizona news or ranching publications, you’ll know nothing about what happened to Rob Krentz on his ranch that day.

The reason you know nothing is because there’s a concerted effort by pro-illegal immigration advocates in government and media to keep silent on this story.

Think about it. Did you see any headlines about an innocent American rancher gunned down on his own property?

The truth is, even the cold-blooded murder of an American citizen on his own land by an illegal alien doesn’t bother them because they’re hell bent for leather to keep our borders open, allow illegals to cross with impunity and to give those already here illegally the precious gift of American citizenship.

If you’re a patriotic, law-abiding American and this doesn’t make you livid, you are more than a fool.

Robert Krentz operated the 35,000-acre family ranch with 1,000 head of cattle located some 12 miles from the Mexican border and near the city of Douglas, Ariz. He worked with his wife, Sue, and their three children on land that’s been in his family since 1907.

That’s three generations, 103 years of blood, sweat and tears to maintain a business that is nothing, if not tough.

Krentz had a reputation of generosity and was known for helping anyone in need, including illegals needing water or medical aid.

His eldest son, Andy, told Fox News that his “father was a very good family man. He supported his kids, supported his family. He went out of his way to help anybody we could … it didn’t matter who they were.”