Undeterred by the continual chorus of Leftist indignation, President Trump is moving forward with his plans for a massive wall along gaps in the U.S.-Mexican border.
The proposed obstacle to illegal immigration, the Washington Times reports, will “be at least 18 feet high, though 30 feet is the preferred height, and…able to withstand breaching attempts for up to four hours. The wall also must look imposing.”
The project will be a massive aid to stemming the out-of-control flooding of illegals into this country. When completed, it will greatly reduce the tide of criminal humanity that is already decreasing due to Trump’s other measures.
Senate Democrats, the Times writes, have said the Wall will cost $70 billion, a figure that Trump officials have dismissed as “baseless extrapolations.”
On April 20, the White House told Congress that funds for the Wall should be made available in the spending bill legislators are dragging their feet over. Democrats were incensed.
A spokesman for Senate Minority Leader and Putin donut buddy, Chuck Schumer, whined, “Not only are Democrats opposed to the wall, there is significant Republican opposition as well.”
As to the Establishment crybabies in Congress, White House Budget Director Mike Mulvaney said, “We know there are a lot of people on the Hill, especially in the Democratic Party, who don’t like the wall, but they lost the election. And the president should, I think, at least have the opportunity to fund one of his highest priorities in the first funding bill under his administration.”
The white noise of Leftist umbrage should not distract anyone from what will be another Trump win.