Donald Trump was in southern California yesterday to inspect prototypes of the border wall with Mexico.
But those prototypes were actually built back in October,2017. While Trump’s visit is encouraging, you’ve got to ask: when is it going to be built?
Trump has made the case. He made the case in 2016. Yesterday, though, he reiterated that worrying about cost is a fake excuse. Even if the wall costs tens of billions of dollars, what’s the cost of all the illegals in hospitals and schools and welfare? Let alone the cost of policing and private security?
Trump also mentioned sanctuary cities. I wish he’d use a different word, one less positive and misleading. How about "fugitive cities"? The word "sanctuary" is rooted in the Latin word "sanctus," for holy. There is nothing holy about terrorists and MS-13 gangs.
I sort of wish Canada had a border wall too. Instead, Trudeau has dispatched our RCMP to be bellboys, to carry across the border the suitcases of the illegal migrants coming up from the U.S., falsely claiming to be refugees from America, when in fact they are illegals or outright criminals who Trump is about to deport.
Speaking of Trump, he's been president for 14 months now.
If there aren’t shovels in the ground at the southern border this summer, I think people are going to start to feel tricked, don’t you?
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