This is pretty cool.
$22,000 from a hot chocolate stand to help build a wall on America’s southern border?
The kid is only seven and he’s doing big things.
Check this out…
Benton Stevens raised $22k with his hot chocolate stand to help build the wall! We were honored to have him at our ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday for the wall he helped pay for along with all of you who donated. This is only the beginning and we’re excited to keep building more to protect our nation and the legal citizens who proudly call American their home!
A little American ingenuity was all it took to build a full mile of border wall.
It took a private group, led by triple-amputee Brian Kolfage, just three days to accomplish the task.
If this isn’t impressive, then what is?
From Daily Mail:
A non-profit organization, backed by Steve Bannon, to fund Donald Trump’s border wall between the United States and Mexico has built its first mile-long section of wall.
The wall, which spans just under one mile in length, went up over the weekend on private property running next to El Paso, Texas, through Sunland Park, New Mexico, triple-amputee veteran Brian Kolfage told DailyMail.com on Monday.
Kolfage noted, “It’s just under one mile long. The wall starts at the Rio Grande River and goes up Mount Cristo Rey where the US Army Corps of engineers said it was impossible to build.”
He added, “We’re going to sell this wall to them for $1 and release the title to them. We can’t give the government the money because that’s not the way it works. But we wanted to show the American people how to get this job done.“
Check out what happens when college students find out these border wall quotes were made by the likes of Schumer, Hillary, and Obama after being told they were made by President Trump.
Hopefully, these kids learned a lesson.
Just a few years ago, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) used the same language about the border wall that Trump uses now.
The words are strikingly similar.
Just goes to show how political the border wall has become.
See for yourself:
Chuck Schumer in 2009:
-Americans don't like illegal immigration
-"Illegal immigration is wrong"
-People illegally in the U.S. are "illegal aliens," not "undocumented"
-Border fence made the southern border "far more secure…created a significant barrier to illegal immigration" pic.twitter.com/zoVyEgdrTC
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 28, 2018
Well said, Chuck!