When Donald Trump was in office, Democrats fought him tooth and nail on securing our border.
Had they allowed Trump to build the border wall the way he had wanted, we would not have thousands of Haitians walking across the border unchallenged at this very moment.
Even with all the problems, Trump was still able to rebuild much of the damaged wall and add some new wall to our border.
That all stopped when Joe Biden took office, halting a project that had already been paid for.
Why do we mention all this? Well, ironically, the administration has approved a project that will build new border facilities for another country along the Afghanistan border.
Build That Wall
Joe Biden is about to build a border wall, but it will protect another country, not ours.
One day after the botched Afghanistan withdrawal was “completed,” the U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, made a major announcement.
The United States will now help fund a border construction project along the Tajik-Afghan-Uzbek border.
Translation, American taxpayers are now footing the bill to build a border wall along the Tajik border.
The media has, of course, widely ignored the story, but Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) did not.
He called the use of taxpayer funds to build a border wall in another country “preposterous.”
He stated, “So we are clear: your tax money is spent building a wall and securing the border in Tajikistan and hydro-power in Afghanistan, but our borders are open and the last large hydro power plant built by Army Corp of Engineers in U.S. was in 1979.”
Just curious, as an American taxpayer, how does that make you feel?
Source: Just the News