Skip to comments.“We Build the Wall” Completes First Half Mile of US Border Wall (trunc - plus Video)
Posted on 05/27/2019 6:07:39 AM PDT by bobsunshine
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Shows you what we, the people can do.
The half mile piece in the op will be done by tonight - according to the video.
Is it just me, or does it look like some of the wall isn’t tall enough?
Perfect Memorial day gift.
Excellent. Our family will be making a second donation to this project today. God bless America.
I’m certainly impressed. I had donated to it at the beginning and was waiting to see what comes of it. Time to consider donating again.
“Those Obama judges can be very creative...”
They need to start “experiencing” life-changing “accidents!” They need to be
“Scaliaed.” Pillows are cheap!
I think that’s an effect of distance and the slope. All of the Fisher segments are 30’.
That 1/2 mile was built in 4 days, this weekend. It’s in place.
Here is a link to Fishers method of building the concrete wall, which is what we should be doing.
It includes a road at the top level of the wall.
THIS is President Trumps ‘big beautiful wall’ that he kept talking about, instead of the temporary metal barrier that’s now going up.
Yes, a great video. Thanks for posting. I had been following the companies proposal and this Memorial Day surprise made my week!
This dramatically improves my assessment of the We Build the Wall effort.
This is solid, effective, low(to no)-maintenance barrier, put in an important spot.
It is a helpful piece of work, that can integrate well with the rest of the wall system.
They did a lot of heavy earth moving and grading, to improve the field of observation and extend good road further up the mountain. That will allow Border Patrol to respond quickly, patrol there regularly, and to bring their vehicle-mounted surveillance systems with them routinely and randomly. That can help push the narcos back into even steeper, longer and harder routes.
This is an effective piece of work.
Surely you jest.
Praise God !!! (YHVH)
Don’t call me surely! ;-)
For those searching online for more detailed location information, construction is on a 115.6-acre property owned by American Eagle Brick Company in Sunland Park, New Mexico. (A co-owner is Jeff Allen).
USGS Range 4 East, Township 29 South, Sections 15 & 16
Dona Ana County Parcel 4021171510230 (Account R1603882)
Location is also adjacent to properties owned by Union Pacific Railroad, and Jobe Concrete Products of 481 Mc Nutt Road.
You rock, bro..! ^_^
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