Trump Just Started Building His Border Wall & Libs Are FURIOUS Over Where The First Brick Was Purposely Placed

It’s happening folks. It’s official. The first brick of the “Trump Wall” has been placed this morning. And liberals as always are up at arms over where this happened. The first brick was laid in the smack damn middle of Liberal Haven where Secretary Hillary Clinton won in a landslide, Looney California. In San Diego County to be precise, where the Trump wall will start and span all the way to Texas.

The best part of all this is to add insult to injury in the hearts of bleeding heart Liberals is how President Trump decided to start the wall in San Diego County, which isn’t the most liberal county in California, but it’s close enough considering it’s one of the most liberal border counties in the nation.

Apparently, for some reason, both Democrats and Republicans are up in arms because of this move. Not sure why they are so flabbergasted by this considering even then New York Senator Hillary Clinton voted for the “Secure Fence Act of 2006.” Which was a bill that provided the immediate building of 700 miles of fencing across the entire length of the Arizona and New Mexico borders. As well as parts of the southern border of looney liberal California and the great state of Texas.

The estimated cost of this project was rough 7 billion to erect this fence.  Yet not many politicians seemed to have any issue with it since it managed to pass the House by a 283–138 margin on September 14, 2006. It then when on to pass the Senate on September 29, 2006, with a margin of 81-19.  What changed in 10 years?  Who paid off our politicians on both sides of the aisle to

What changed in 10 years?  Who paid off our politicians on both sides of the aisle to bring on this “change of heart?” Who knows. Who cares. They are irrelevant today and we need to be thankful we elected a man who follows through with his campaign promises.

To all you Liberals. Like President Barack Hussein Obama told us on the right after he won reelection in 2012.  Elections have consequences.

The Los Angeles Times reports:

President Trump’s proposed wall with Mexico will kick off in the San Diego border community of Otay Mesa, U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed Monday.

Mind you, we’re not just jumping right in to building the wall. We’re actually holding tryouts – and the winner gets the job.

The community is home to one of two border crossings in San Diego and will be the site where 20 chosen bidders will erect prototypes of the envisioned wall. Winners will be selected around June 1.

There’s something worth noticing here – 20 different wall types is a lot. Really – I mean, how many different ways can there be of building a wall?

Bottom part, top part, sides that connect to more portions of wall…just how many variations could there possibly be? And yet Trump has 20 different teams working on it.

It’s his Businessman’s Genius – if you have this many teams working to win a prize, you’re guaranteed to come up with the best design.

The contractors are excited. But they’re worried about security, too. We’ve already seen what happens when liberals get angry, and then violent.

Security was already an issue for companies bidding on the wall.

Some bidders asked what would happen if employees came under attack during construction, if they could use firearms in states with stricter gun laws and if the government would provide legal assistance if they had to use deadly force.

Decent American businesses try to increase American security, and they’re attacked – not by Mexicans, but by liberal Americans.

Still wonder who’s the greater threat?

 

Al ran for the California State Assembly in his home district in 2010 and garnered more votes than any other Republican since 1984. He’s worked on multiple political campaigns and was communications director for the Ron Nehring for California Lt. Governor campaign during the primaries in 2014. He has also held multiple positions within his local Republican Central Committee including Secretary, and Vice President of his local California Republican Assembly chapter. While also being an ongoing delegate to the California Republican Party for almost a decade.

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.