Ann Coulter Praises We Build The Wall, Fishers Industries For Unprecedented Wall Construction
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter tweeted immense praise for We Build The Wall’s unprecedented achievement along the southern border of the U.S. on Wednesday.
After a months-long legal battle with the International Boundary and Water Commission, a “United Nations-type” globalist agency which has deliberately facilitated the illegal entry of hordes of foreign nationals into the United States, a federal judge cleared the way on Jan. 9 for Fisher Industries and We Build The Wall to continue building a section of President Donald Trump’s Mexico border wall.
In less than a week after the ruling, Fisher Industries built the bulk of 3.5 miles-long wall in Mission, Texas along the Rio Grande and construction of the security barrier is now near completion.
Angel Mom Mary Ann Mendoza, whose son, Sgt Brandon Mendoza was killed in a violent head-on collision by an illegal alien, who was driving three times the legal speed limit, drunk and high on meth, tweeted a photo of the new wall.
The crowd-funded, non-profit organization and private construction company are more effective than Obama holdovers in the U.S. government bureaucracy, Mendoza, who sits on the advisory board of WBW, argued.
“Nearing completion of the 2nd wall w/private funds, this section is. We Build The Wall Inc has built 4 miles of new wall in our FIRST year, which really only took us 6 months to complete w/limited funds, compared to what the gov’t is capable of,” she wrote.
Coulter retweeted the image, doubling down on Mendoza’s criticism of the federal government’s inability to construct the wall that Trump’s been fighting Democrats and Republicans to build for three years.
“In the past hundred years, have citizens ever built something the government promised but refused to build? I think Americans want a wall,” she wrote
In the past hundred years, have citizens ever built something the government promised but refused to build? I think Americans want a wall. https://t.co/oRN1f9VCD6
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) January 22, 2020
“Could the “We Build the Wall” guy run for president? He’s built more than @realDonaldTrump has,” the conservative political commentator and lawyer quipped.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) January 22, 2020
Aside from being a conservative social and political commentator, a syndicated columnist and lawyer, Coulter is author of 11 New York Times bestselling books. Adios America: The Left’s Plan To Turn Our Country Into A Third World Hellhole articulated the frustrations of the American electorate on the issue of immigration and helped propel Donald Trump to victory in 2016.
The Trump administration has so far installed approximately 84 miles of barriers along the border in place of dilapidated and outdated designs,” according to a document written by U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Army Corps of Engineers.
“Construction is currently underway in locations where no barriers currently exist, which will increase the total miles of primary barriers on the southwest border as construction progresses,” the agency wrote.
Nearly three years into Trump’s tenure, with the Department of Homeland Security selecting where to build and the Pentagon handling construction, the administration has yet to complete a single mile of barrier on a previously unfenced part of the 2,000-mile southern border.
Earlier this month, a federal appeals court lifted an order blocking the Trump administration from using $3.6 billion in military construction funds to erect a taxpayer-funded wall across the entire border.
Trump will reportedly use his national emergency powers to transfer an additional $7.2 billion from Pentagon accounts in 2020 to build the promised border wall. If the pending transfer is not blocked by Congress or the courts, the supplementary funding would upsurge his border wall spending to $18.4 billion, allowing the administration to complete more than 880 miles of the border wall by 2022.
The Trump administration to date has constructed 100 miles of wall and is in the process of blueprinting and building another 350 miles by the end of this year.
After congressional Democrats’ defied Trump’s request to appropriate funding for Trump’s long-promised wall in 2018, , Kolfage created a GoFundMe, calling on the American public to step to the plate and fund the wall themselves. Within days, millions of ordinary citizens donated nearly $25 million of private contributions to assure the construction of the wall would become a reality.
As donations poured in, the decorated war hero teamed up with heavy hitters in the public policy arena, including former White House advisor Steve Bannon and former Reagan administration official and congressman Tom Tancredo, and reorganized his efforts to build a 400 mile, privately funded border wall a as a 501(c)(4), We Build the Wall Inc.
Over Memorial Day weekend, WBW built its first wall on private property in Sunland Park, New Mexico, contracting Fisher Industries to construct the barrier. Tommy Fisher, the CEO of Fisher Industries is contributing $13 million of his own money to complete assembly of the second wall, as WBC and the construction company join forces to blueprint construction of a third steel bollard barrier along the border.
Despite the obstruction waged by Trump’s political opposition, a significant amount of the border wall will be completed both by We Build The Wall and the Trump administration by the end of 2020 – a milestone towards securing national security that will ultimately unify all patriots, founder of We Build The Wall, Brian Kolfage, contends.
“We’re all working together. We’re all on the same team,” Kolfage told the Gateway Pundit on Thursday.
Trump rocks. Fisher Industries rocks. Everyone is coming together.”
Huge fan @AnnCoulter , but all due respect @realDonaldTrump built over 100 miles of wall that never existed before, and @WeBuildtheWall would have 0 miles built the President did not support our efforts. I work on the border and the problem is the deep state.@DonaldJTrumpJr https://t.co/gNHwwJxvwv
— Brian Kolfage (@BrianKolfage) January 23, 2020