New Wall Begins

PUBLISHED: 7:39 PM 14 Feb 2019
UPDATED: 7:39 PM 14 Feb 2019

New Wall Construction Begins: President Keeps Promises

The people who have ridiculed and scoffed at the president’s determination to actually build new border barriers have been proven wrong.

New wall barriers are being built, showing that the president does keep his promises.

On Monday, President Trump told supporters at a campaign rally in El Paso that the U.S. government had begun construction on a new wall location, and that the section would be completed in less than nine months.

“We’ve actually started a big, big portion of the wall today at a very important location, and it’s going to go up pretty quickly over the next nine months,” the president stated.

Some people assumed that it was just political rhetoric. However, those people should know by now that the president isn’t a politician who lies, he’s a business man who keeps his word.

On Tuesday, he again stated at the White House, “We just started a big, big section [of wall] on the Rio Grande.”

Lo’ and behold, Donald Trump spoke the truth.

Agents at the Rio Grande Valley border sector sent information on construction for new border barrier announced last year.

The project funds six miles-worth of concrete and steel barrier. The sort of wall that is highly effective for deterring illegal invaders.

The agents also reported that the wall will be supplemented by “detection technology, lighting, video surveillance, and an all-weather patrol road parallel” to the barrier.

This news was released in November of last year, but don’t expect to see it on the mainstream media.

The reason for that is that the money for the new section was allotted in the 2018 budget, so the president can take credit for it.

More and more evidence shows that the border barrier will be accomplished, and maybe quite a bit before the 2020 election.

In addition to the new section the president is building, the compromise bill being considered by congress includes funding for an addition new 55 miles of border wall.

Likewise, private donations and construction on private land is about to break ground, after Brian Kolfage sparked a viral campaign to get the project done regardless of congressional stalling.

Plus, the president has recently won lawsuits that aimed at stopping border barrier construction in California over ‘environmental’ concerns.

After the state lost at both the federal level and the at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals this week, there seems to be no stopping the push to secure America’s sovereign borders.

Democrat attempts to ensure a new block of ‘slave mentality’ voters in the form of costly illegal aliens are failing, and the open borders plot that has caused chaos throughout Europe is failing in the face of a man who determined to help Make America Great Again, and is doing it.