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    CBP Completes Construction of 50 miles of New Border Wall

    CBP Completes Construction of 50 miles of New Border Wall

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    CBP Completes Construction of 50 miles of New Border Wall


    July 14, 2019

    (Jose Luis Gonzalez/Reuters)

    WASHINGTON – U.S. Customs and Border Protection has completed construction of approximately 50 miles of new bollard wall projects authorized by funding from fiscal years 2017 and 2018.
    Since January 2017, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have received funding to support construction of up to approximately 201-205 miles of new border barriers through a combination of appropriations and the Treasury Forfeiture Fund (TFF). This funding is supporting the top border barrier priorities for the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP).

    In fiscal year 2017 CBP received $341 million for the construction of approximately 40 miles of new Bollard Wall and gates in priority areas at the San Diego, El Centro, El Paso and the Rio Grande Valley Sectors. To this date, CBP has completed the construction of approximately 99 percent of the 40 miles funded in fiscal year 2017. Additionally, construction of 35 gates to close gaps in current border infrastructure in the Rio Grande Valley sector continues.
    CBP also has completed approximately 10 miles of the 80 miles of new border wall of funded by Congress for fiscal year 2018. The $1.375 million assigned for construction will allow CBP will focus its construction efforts in priority areas in the Rio Grande Valley and San Diego.
    Border wall construction planning efforts will continue in fiscal year 2019, as CBP will use $2 billion authorized by Congress to build approximately 85 miles of new border wall focus in the Rio Grande Valley.

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    That's a fence, not a wall and it certainly doesn't look 30 foot tall to me. Drugs, money, payoffs, etc. can be passed right through those slates. Furthermore, it appears to me that it wouldn't be difficult at all to shimmy right up that sucker and throw a grappling hook over the six foot plate. I'm not impressed and what I'm seeing is far from what Trump campaigned on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    That's a fence, not a wall and it certainly doesn't look 30 foot tall to me. Drugs, money, payoffs, etc. can be passed right through those slates. Furthermore, it appears to me that it wouldn't be difficult at all to shimmy right up that sucker and throw a grappling hook over the six foot plate. I'm not impressed and what I'm seeing is far from what Trump campaigned on.
    It's 18 ft. tall. Some 30 ft. is going to go up in populated areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyklo View Post
    It's 18 ft. tall. Some 30 ft. is going to go up in populated areas.
    I still say that's a weak looking fence and is nowhere near the vision Trump gave us during his campaign.

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