The Trump Administration Has Managed To Find $150k To Spend On Painting Part Of The Border Wall To Make It Prettier
President Donald Trump’s border wall is slowly, but evidently under construction. Despite not having full funding for his entire project, there are some developments underway — even if those endeavors are by private citizens.
True to form, Trump doesn’t just want any old wall. The grandiose president with real estate all over the world has a certain aesthetic he’d like to keep up, even if the intent is to keep those Latinos out.
The Trump administration is planning to spend your tax money to paint the border wall, so it’s prettier.
Sen. Dick Durbin tweeted, “DHS informed Congress today that troops are going to spend the next month painting the border wall & “the primary purpose is to improve the aesthetic appearance.” A disgraceful misuse of taxpayer $$. Our military has more important work to do than making Trump’s wall beautiful.”
As we already know, Mexico is not paying for the wall, and now there’s extra money going toward making it look nice?
According to CBS News, they got the confirmation by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that the “Department of Defense was asked to conduct the ‘application’ of the paint, with CBP financing the paint and ‘associated materials.’ The estimated cost of the paint and equipment is approximately $150,000, the official added.”
The Pentagon said that “100 Active Duty Engineer personnel” will be in charge of painting the wall with “anti-climbing” coat.
CNN is reporting that the paint will have an “anti-climbing” coat, but what in the hell does that mean? Will the wall be slippery, or perhaps if people try to climb it, they will stick to the wall, so it’s easier for agents to catch them? Who knows! The new paint will be applied on the wall of the Calexico West port of entry.
READ: Congress Won’t Let Trump Build His Border Wall So A Group Of Citizens Spent $22 Million To Build An Illegal Wall In New Mexico
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