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MAJOR UPDATE on the Gofundme Wall – THIS IS THE INFO YOU HAVE ASKED FOR

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We wanted to give you a full update on where we stand at the moment. It’s been 30 days since we started this project to build the wall ourselves and we have made incredible progress to begin building the wall that will supplement President Trump’s wall. We are very proud to be working with the President and to have his blessing on our project!

Our team has been identifying zones along the Southern Border that are known to be high-traffic areas for illegal crossings and smuggling operations. We are presently working with US Customs and Border Patrol experts and other US Border Security Service professionals who are highly experienced in these matters. We are beginning extensive due diligence and the commencement of feasibility studies and will be engaging leading experts in a variety of fields necessary to construct our Border Wall. These professionals will continue to provide us with critical guidance on the legal, engineering, contracting, environmental, accounting, maintenance, and real estate issues required to build a Wall along the Southern Border. I’ve been getting a lot of questions asked about the project which is why we setup a website FAQ, please visit it after reading this.

(Left) Kris Kobach and Brian Kolfage in Arizona driving to meet with landowners along the border. (Right) The We Build The Wall team in TX meeting with MAGAL, who built the Israeli wall.

We believe we can build segments of the US Southern Border wall for approximately half of what the Federal Government’s currently estimates. We will build the Wall mile-by-mile in strategic locations based on a variety of factors. We will build as much wall as we can based on feasibility, land use, and funding.

Me and our team have been out to Arizona, New Mexico, California and Texas multiple times meeting with landowners and state/local officials, it’s going great and the communities are supporting us! With that said I’m excited to announce that we have identified a minimum of 7 pieces of land in these border states to begin building on, and I am flying to meet with landowners this week to commence our first big land agreement which will allow us to begin the process to build. IT’S HAPPENING!

Brian kolfage conducting site visits across the southern border.

This process includes many items such as land surveying, applying for permits for construction, and all site impact studies. Typically, this process does not take too long and when its complete we will then be moving dirt and breaking ground with the first ever section of the ‘People’s Wall’… EXCITING!

We are launching our volunteer database in the next day or two on our website www.WeBuildTheWall.us so please check in on that later. Also we are pleased to announce our chairman of We Build The Wall Inc. as Steve Bannon, yes, Steve Bannon who was the mastermind behind Trump being elected. He’s now on our team and will fast track this project

 

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Making history in this board room. Haven’t been able to release these till now, many meetings with Steve Bannon who is on our team, and he’s been able to bring us major donors who are going to assist us to get this project driven home and breaking ground very very soon. Way before trump gets a penny for his wall. Everyone in this room has the fighting spirit to get this done, and we have more surprises coming. Also, this Friday we have a town hall meeting in Tucson. More to come on that. @nbcnews @foxnews @cnn @abcnews @100percentfedup @realdonaldtrump @donaldjtrumpjr @breitbartfortrump @wearebreitbart @diamondandsilk @dhsgov . . . #buildthewall #borderwall #bordersecurity #webuildthewall #gofundthewall #trump #kag #maga2020

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This will go down in history as the people rising up to get the job done when politicians have failed them. We’re going to do this the old fashion way, rolling up our sleeves, getting dirty, and doing work! Showing America the can do attitude that this country needs again.

I’ve learned a lot along this journey, and the one thing these landowners all tell me is that they live in fear 24/7. They also feel neglected by the federal government for failing them for the past 30+ years. Property values have plummeted and crime has skyrocketed in these communities. And this is not acceptable, this is not the country I vowed to protect, this is not how we treat our citizens. It’s time we begin protecting our citizens and standing up to these cartels. Mexico has a nasty cancer, its bad, and its spreading into America. The corruption is already setting in, and that cancer is growing rapidly into the heart of our nation.

You won’t hear this on the Lamestream media:

‘We The People’ will build the wall!

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Yuma Sector Arrests Gang Member From El Salvador In Group Of Illegal Aliens

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection is reporting:

YUMA, Ariz. – Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents arrested an 18th Street gang member from El Salvador along with six illegal aliens from Mexico and Honduras Saturday, morning south of Dateland.

Wellton Station agents discovered evidence of foot traffic near the international border south of Dateland Saturday morning. After an extensive search, agents located seven adults hiding in brush approximately five miles southeast of the Yuma Sector Border Patrol Forward Operating Base, Camp Desert Grip. The seven men were from El Salvador, Honduras, and Mexico.

During processing, agents identified one of the illegal aliens as Santos Sorto-Sorto, a 34-year-old 18th Street gang member from El Salvador. He has multiple felony convictions for possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes, unlawful possession of a weapon, and disorderly conduct out of New Jersey. He stated that he was attempting to travel to Houston, Texas to live and work.

All seven illegal aliens were processed for immigration violations.

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Calexico CBP Officers Intercept $155,000 Worth Of Meth & Heroin Over Weekend

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Via U.S. Customs and Border Protection:

CALEXICO, Calif. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working at the Calexico downtown port of entry intercepted $155,540 worth of methamphetamine and heroin in three vehicles over the weekend.

The first seizure occurred on Saturday, May 11, at about 10:50 a.m., when a CBP officer encountered two men who entered the border crossing in a Ford F-150 truck. The CBP officer referred the 31-year-old and the 41-year-old to the vehicle inspection lot for a more in-depth examination.

A canine team screened the vehicle and the detector dog alerted to the vehicle’s undercarriage. Following an intensive search, officers discover five wrapped packages containing a total of 11 pounds of methamphetamine stashed inside transmission transfer case of the truck. The methamphetamine has an estimated street value of $ 17,600.

The driver and passenger, both U.S. citizens and residents of Stockton, were arrested for the alleged narcotics smuggling attempt.

At about 2:40 p.m., the next day, a 33-year-old woman entered the U.S. driving a 2004 Nissan Maxima sedan. A CBP officer conducting primary inspections of vehicles and travelers referred both the driver and vehicle for a more intensive inspection.

While officers were conducting their search of the Maxima using the port’s imaging system and a canine team, a CBP detector dog alerted to the vehicle’s engine area. Officers subsequently searched the area and discovered three wrapped packages containing a total of seven pounds of heroin inside a non-factory compartment in the battery of the vehicle. The narcotics have an estimated street value of $65,940.

The driver, a Mexican citizen and resident of Mexicali, Baja Mexico, was arrested for the alleged narcotics smuggling attempt.

Hours later, at about 5:40 p.m., a CBP officer working at the port of entry referred a 27-year-old male U.S. citizen driving a 2008 Mazda CX7 for further examination.

CBP officers conducted an examination of the sedan that included a canine screening. The detector dog alerted to the rear back seat of the vehicle. Officers searched the vehicle and discovered 49 wrapped packages of methamphetamine concealed inside the gas tank of the vehicle. The weight of the narcotic was 45 pounds with a street value of approximately $ 72,000.

In each of the three narcotics incidents, the drivers and passenger were turned over to Homeland Security Investigation agents for further processing and were later transported to the Imperial County Jail.

CBP seized the narcotics and vehicles.

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