- Apr 1, 2011
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When are the progs going to start explaining to the Dominicans that walls don't work? Do you suppose the fake news will ever report on this?
The Dominican Republic is building a 13-foot-high border wall in the hopes of ending waves of illegal immigration from Haiti.
The Dominican Republic is building a 13-foot-high border wall — set to be the second-longest border wall in the Americas — in the hopes of ending waves of illegal immigration from Haiti.
The government of the Dominican Republic began building the border wall in February to put a halt to illegal immigration from Haiti, which citizens have said is overwhelming their small communities, depressing wages, and undercutting their quality of life.
The concrete and steel wall, when finished, will stand 13 feet tall, and stretch just over 100 miles. The only other existing border wall in the Americas that is longer is the United States-Mexico border wall.
One citizen of the Dominican Republic told Bloomberg that he is tired of Haitians overwhelming his small hometown and leaving trash along the streets: