That’s gonna shock a few people, Jim.
Where is this part of the wall?
The ;ady woth the camera indicates pretty distinctly that what we are seeing is not new construction but replacement of existing barrier. We will be making real progress when new wall is barrier is being put up where there is none at all now. We can “fix” whatever is already there but inadequate but I don’t think any new barrier is being built yet. That is what will take Congress or the Emergency Act or some other positive move.
Its not very hard to do and trump is a construction EXPERT!
I don’t understand why they would build the fence so close the the Mexican border (the lady filming the video walks right up to it and she says she is in Mexico).
I thought there was supposed to be a buffer zone of US territory so that US border patrol could patrol and maintain BOTH sides of the fence. Overhead drones could spot trespassers before they even reached the fence - and if they were transporting tools or equipment - they could be intercepted and arrested for trespassing and willful distruction
If the fence is right on the border, as the lady says, what is to stop a ladder truck or a bucket truck from driving right up to the fence, equipped with rope ladders and such, and easily helping people over the top? Such equipment is used by tree trimmers, roofers, and gutter cleaning services, and would not seem at all out of place on that road. Tunneling would also be a snap with such immediate access to the fence. Excavation equipment could be driven right up to the fence without raising eyebrows, and the tunnel would only need to be a few yards long.
Am I missing something? Is there perhaps a second fence further into US territory?