Biden Admin Cancels 31 Miles of Border Wall Construction, Already Funded by Trump

Surprise, surprise. As crisis rages on at the southern border like an untreated infection left to run rampant, the Biden administration is canceling border wall construction that was already funded by former President Donald Trump.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) cancelled 31 miles of border wall construction, which was set for Laredo, Texas. It was previously funded by Congress and Trump.

DHS officials claim that is is “not necessary to address any life, safety, environmental, or other remediation requirements” in Biden’s executive order the originally halted construction.

Officials stated in a news release:

DHS continues to review all other paused border barrier projects and is in the process of determining which projects may be necessary to address life, safety, environmental, or other remediation requirements and where to conduct environmental planning. [Emphasis added]

The Administration also continues to call on Congress to cancel remaining border wall funding and instead fund smarter border security measures, like border technology and modernization of land ports of entry, that are proven to be more effective at improving safety and security at the border.
[Emphasis added]

Like I said before, illegal immigration is running rampant and the border crisis gets worse by the day….but sure, cancel the already funded wall meant to help ease the illegal immigration crisis. Makes perfect sense.

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