Yuma has been the third highest traffic corridor, after the Rio Grande Valley and San Diego. Unlike those areas, which are getting closed off using Congressional appropriations, most of the Yuma barrier is coming out of DoD funds.
Looks like they are going to wall off the whole Yuma Sector of the border, except perhaps a few miles SW of town, on the Cocopah Indian Reservation.
We probably have a few spare claymores for that...
>>Looks like they are going to wall off the whole Yuma Sector of the border, except perhaps a few miles SW of town, on the Cocopah Indian Reservation.
I bet they significantly up the electronic surveillance there.
Most of the original walls were worthless....and didn't keep anyone out.
What a difference....The President talked to everyone...border folks, contractors, design specialists.....to get the design right.
It's how the President works....and gets the job done. Too bad the Dems are so uncooperative.
The Dems complain about conditions at the border but encourage these "invaders" at every turn.
I’m not sure if this area is involved, but there is a big chunk of swamp down there.
Another biased Latino writer trying to sell this as stealing from military funding. This section was funded months ago.
Notice how the “writer” of this piece made sure to ID the name and location of the Company contracted to build the Fencing?
I’m surprised he didn’t include their Phone Number and Email Address.
I guess he just wanted to be thorough and there is absolutely no bias in the story.
It is frustrating that President Trump can’t get money for his big beautiful wall.
Instead we are reduced to putting up temporary barriers which replace older temporary barriers.
Our children will be Forest to do this all over again.
24,000 family units walked through this gap in a six month period.
30 foot bollards with anti-climb plates and concertina will put an end to that. The ridiculous old vehicle barrier was along the river, where no vehicle could cross anyhow - absolutely useless.
Here is the very first panel standing up:
A dark wall rises: