30-Foot Border Wall Begins Construction In California

DC: Several days after President Donald Trump declared a national emergency, construction began on the fifth border wall project of his administration.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Tuesday that work has started on replacing 14 miles of a steel-mesh fence along the U.S.-Mexico border near San Diego, The Associated Press reported. The fence is being replaced with 30-foot high steel bollards. It is actually the second layer of barrier to be put up in the area, with the first layer nearly complete.

SLSCO Ltd., a company located in Galveston, Texas, scored the $101 million contract in December 2018. The Trump administration has already awarded around $1 billion in contracts to cover 97 miles of the southern border, with the project in San Diego being one of the latest.

Trump touted the construction Wednesday of a border wall in New Mexico.  MORE

8 Comments on 30-Foot Border Wall Begins Construction In California

  1. This is SO funny! I LOVE our POTUS Trump to pieces!! He just keeps putting up wall while the Left whines and makes faces. Incrementalism. I love it. By the time anyone in the congress gets around to passing or not passing the okey dokey on funding, the darn thing will be finished.

    I just read this morning that WeBuildTheWall (or whatever Kolfage’s group is called) were in Texas this past weekend to meet and get through the initial hurdles for laying out their part of the wall, too. All privately funded and on private land.

    One way or another, that wall is getting built.




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  2. @Bad Brad – Good point! Wasn’t somebody here saying we weren’t giving her a fair shake? I know I’d like to shake her just to hear her pea sized brain rattle around her empty head. Unhelpful bitch.




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