- Nov 14, 2011
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I am talking about your denial of holes being cut in Trump's wall from an article you said was from 2019.That’s the only incident I responded to lol they cut through old wall not new wall. Thank youWhy would that article state that? That was a different incident.Where does that say the car full of aliens cut through part of the wall that trump built?No it wasn't. It was Trump's wall...I’m not wasting my time with your nonsense .. she provided two links one was dated November 2019. The other one was in 2020 today is march 4, 2021 the border wall that was cut through was an old border wall.Nowhere does that article indicate 2019. In fact, there's a photo of a portion of the fence in that article with the caption...Click the link it said nov 2019WTF are you talking about? It's the same article that you still refuse to read. I'm not wasting anymore time on you. Stay stupid, your choice..That article is from 2019! Lol errI'm not there, but the article says it is NEW wall. Please read the article before commenting.That’s was june 2020, you said they cut through his new wall, when in fact it was old wall Democrats refuse to replace with stronger wall,, trumps new wall sends ice agents a instant alert the wall is being attacked. And can prevent aliensYes. The new wall is being cut through as well, though. I was surprised by this as well, but it's true, according to Customs and Border Patrol.That’s old wall that Democrats refuse to replaceThey're cutting holes in it, climbing over it with ladders, and digging under it.How does this make any sense?
At least 13 people were dead in California after an SUV with 25 passengers and a semitruck collided about 10 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border.www.usatoday.com
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has asked contractors for help making President Trump’s border wall more difficult to climb over and cut through, an acknowledgment that the design currently being installed along hundreds of miles of the U.S.-Mexico boundary remains vulnerable.
The president has ceased promoting the $15 billion barrier as “impenetrable” in the months since The Washington Post reported that smuggling crews have been cutting through new sections of the structure using inexpensive power tools.
U.S. Border Patrol agents look at the border fence construction in Lukeville, Ariz., on Jan. 7, 2020. (Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post)
Current and former CBP officials confirmed that there have been cutting breaches, but they said the new bollard system remains far superior and more formidable than any previous design.[...]Smugglers with reciprocating saws were able to cut through previous versions of the barrier in far less time, agents note, and the new bollard design makes the smugglers’ task significantly more difficult. Other Homeland Security officials note that the narrow gap created by a cut bollard permits only one person to pass through at a time, making it more difficult for large groups of migrants or smugglers to cross.