Pomegranate tree

We have a pomegranate tree about 4 years old. We have never had a fruit we could eat from this tree. Every season pomegranates grow on the tree. Each year the tree gets bigger and bears more fruit. The problem is every fruit has something wrong with it. I will post a pic. We live in el paso texas.
All the pomegranates are like this. Can someone tell me why they are all like this? I hope the pics are viewable.

Welcome to the forum! Pomegranates struggle in any climate with humid spring/summer because they are prone to fungal infection. I’m no expert, but that’s what it looks like is happening there. A fungus is entering the fruit on the blossom end and rotting it from the inside. You may find better information in this thread, or by searching on this forum: