Biden DHS Chief Considers Building More Sections of Border Wall to Fill in “Gaps”

All of a sudden border walls aren’t racist.

Joe Biden’s DHS Chief Alejandro Mayorkas is considering building more sections of border wall to fill in “gaps.”

According to the Washington Times, Mayorkas was asked about his plans for the wall in light of Biden canceling emergency funds flowing to the wall.

Mayorkas said there is still room to make decisions on finishing some “gaps in the wall.”

The Washington Times reported:

Mr. Mayorkas, according to notes of the ICE session reviewed by The Washington Times, said Customs and Border Protection, which oversees the wall, has submitted a plan for what it wants to see happen moving forward.

“It’s not a single answer to a single question. There are different projects that the chief of the Border Patrol has presented and the acting commissioner of CBP presented to me,” the secretary said.

“The president has communicated quite clearly his decision that the emergency that triggered the devotion of DOD funds to the construction of the border wall is ended. But that leaves room to make decisions as the administration, as part of the administration, in particular areas of the wall that need renovation, particular projects that need to be finished,” he said.

He said those parts include “gaps,” “gates,” and areas “where the wall has been completed but the technology has not been implemented.”

So President Trump was right all along with his plans to build a border wall in order to reduce illegal immigration.

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