It looks like President Trump will have a border wall gift to return home to after visiting in Japan.
Along a mountain range outside of El Paso and in a hush-hush project began and finished over Memorial Day weekend, a new section of border wall was erected.
This construction wasn’t carried out by the government or its funds, but rather was the work of concerned U.S. citizens.
We Build the Wall is a group founded by Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage, who raised $20 million on GoFundMe to aid in border wall construction.
Now that the group has tapped White House strategist Steve Bannon to be its director, great things are getting done to protect the United States.
Seeking to inhibit illegal immigration and the flow of drugs and violence perpetrated by cartels, We Build the Wall set out to find one of the most dangerous sections of border territory and see it secured in just one weekend.
Bannon admitted that in order to be effective against illegal trespass “we had to catch them by surprise,” so the group consulted with local authorities about what area was the biggest threat and then quickly ratified the problem with a brand new wall.
Bannon expects residents may “freak out” at the stunning two day construction which cost $6 million to undertake.
This is a magnificent display of the American people being sick and tired of obstructionist Democrats denying the American people a secure border.