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Construction of 30-Foot Border Wall Begins in San Diego

There are several locations where the wall is now under construction.

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In the midst of President Donald J. Trump’s border wall battle with Congressional Democrats who insist on defying security to the American people, construction of a 30-foot border wall has begun in San Diego.

“U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Tuesday that the first panels are in place to replace a steel-mesh fence with steel bollards up to 30 feet high,” according to reports. “It is the second layer of barrier in San Diego. Work on replacing the first layer is nearly complete, which is also 14 miles long and made of steel bollards up to 30 feet high.”

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Simultaneously, 33 miles of border wall construction is just beginning in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas.

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“Congress last March approved more than $600 million for 33 miles of new barriers in the Rio Grande Valley,” said a Washington Times report. “While President Donald Trump and top Democrats remain in a standoff over Trump’s demand for $5.7 billion in border wall funding, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has pushed ahead with building what’s already funded.”

“According to designs it released in September, [Customs and Border Patrol] intends to build 25 miles of concrete walls to the height of the existing flood-control levee in Hidalgo County next to the Rio Grande, the river that forms the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas,” the report continues. “On top of the concrete walls, CBP will install 18-foot steel posts and clear a 150-foot enforcement zone in front.”

There is still a great deal of work to be done to secure the border, as Trump promised during his campaign. There is about 2,000 miles of borderland.

Trump declared a national emergency in order to allocate Department of Defense funds for the building of the wall. Sixteen states have filed lawsuits against the Trump administration to block the national emergency.

Friday, Democrats in the House of Representatives introduced a bill for that would also hinder Trump’s ability to use the national emergency option.


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New Migrant ‘Caravan’ Sets Off From Honduras, Could Arrive At US-Mexico Border Around Election Day

Are they hoping for a post-election amnesty?

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A new migrant “caravan” departed the city of San Pedro Sula in Honduras on Wednesday, hoping to reach the United States in the coming weeks.

CBS News has reported that some in Central America have promoted the idea of a new caravan on social media recently. The group had been slated to leave on October 1, but travelers carrying knapsacks and minimal supplies left the staging grounds for the caravan on Wednesday night.

Initial reports indicate that 900 prospective migrants have joined the caravan. The formations have historically grown as the large groups travel through Guatemala and Mexico, although they usually taper off in size before the travelers reach the US-Mexico border.

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The ‘caravan’ phenomenon reached its peak in 2018, when formations of hopeful migrants of up to 10,000 were traveling through Mexico in hopes of reaching the United States. The introduction of the Trump administration’s ‘Stay-in-Mexico’ policy has proved integral to deterring the phenomenon, requiring those who seek asylum in the country to wait in Mexico while their application is processed.

This caravan appears to be the first of its kind since the 2018 rush of caravans, and its timing is rather conspicuous. The migrants may very well arrive in the vicinity of the US-Mexico border near election day, and some may be under the impression that a tentative President-elect Joe Biden would grant them generous residence and asylum privileges.

Illegal immigration has begun to surge in recent weeks and months as an implication of the global coronavirus recession in Mexico and Central America, and the new group represents a potent health risk to those traveling within it, as well as to citizens of Guatemala, Mexico and the United States present where it is intending to travel.

They may very well be right. Biden has pledged not to deport anyone except illegal aliens who commit felonies(other than immigration violations) in the United States. This would represent a destruction of American immigration enforcement, and the caravan migrants seem only to be taking him for his word in assuming they’ll be allowed into the country.

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