After Border Crisis Skyrockets – Trump Given An Offer He Can’t Refuse


The border is breaking a new record – but Donald was just offered the perfect solution.

For months, Donald Trump has called the problem on our border a humanitarian crisis.

Now, finally, even liberal media outlets are agreeing with him. They are admitting the situation is getting out of control.

From Breitbart:

“The number of migrants taken into custody last year jumped 39 percent from February to March, and a similar increase this month would push levels to 100,000 detentions or more,” the Washington Post reported March 4.

Even the New York Times admitted this, but Democrats in Congress refuse to allocate enough funds to finish the wall.

President Trump is doing all he can, and now he’s getting help from an unexpected source.

From Washington Examiner:

A U.S. company is offering to build 234 miles of President Trump’s border wall for just $1.4 billion, a fraction of the $8 billion the Trump administration is hoping to use for that project.

Fisher Sand and Gravel’s president Tommy Fisher insisted that the government’s projected costs for the border wall are way over-the-top.

He said that for only $4.31 billion, he can not only build the wall but incorporate roads and border technology. Plus a warranty to boot.

Fisher boldly stated he wants to “break through the government bureaucracy.” That’s quite an undertaking.

As someone who’s worked in a federal agency, I can tell you the bureaucracy is very good at slowing progress down.

It takes strong measures to break out of the bureaucracy’s gridlock, something it’s designed to create.

Leave it to the private sector to come up with a solution to this growing crisis.

We know that going through Congress might be pointless. For three years, Trump has tried to get Congress to provide the funds. Both Republicans and Democrats refused to cooperate.

It might take businesses like Fisher’s to get the job done.

But will it happen?

Fisher might be able to simply purchase land near the border and build his own wall. Take the government completely out of the equation.


His offer, however, can go a long way in securing support from the government. He’s basically quoted the best price for the job.

Congress has little reason to turn him down—with such a great offer. But will they?

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