September 9, 2018
Wall-chan, America’s protector, will be built no matter what.
Earlier this year, the traitors in congress created a budget that specifically forbade a wall from being built. Unfortunately, Trump signed off on this for some reason, saying he’d use the military to build the wall if necessary.
Well, he didn’t do it – yet.
But now he’s saying again that this plan is still on the table, so I dunno.
Speaking to reporters on Air Force One Friday, President Donald Trump said if Congress won’t fund Homeland Security to build the U.S.-Mexico border wall, he would do so using military funding.
The president also would not rule out the possibility of a partial government shutdown, despite acknowledging it could hurt Republicans in the midterm elections.
“We have two options: we have military and we have Homeland Security,” Trump said. “I’d rather get it through politically, I’d rather get it through Congress. If we don’t, I’m looking at that option very seriously.”
Yes, both Homeland Security and the military could build the wall – and both are under his command. Queen Ann mentioned this on Tucker the other day:
The military is going to do whatever the hell Trump asks them to do – including building a wall.
So he technically has the power, and this confusion is purely borne out of political considerations – or worse.
Coulter says the Trump possibly believes he can’t just order the wall built because traitors around him are telling him it’s impossible.
That might be so.
He mentioned the Army Corp of Engineers as a possibility for building the wall, as he’s done in the past.
Yes, that’s one possibility.
Anything is possible. Trump is the commander in chief.
You see those soldiers? They have to do everything he says.
The president doesn’t need his orders to have been written in the “budget” to have them followed.
Trump was also asked if he would support a government shutdown to try and force Congress, specifically Democrats, to appropriate more money for the wall. The president said he would likely do it, but the move jeopardizes vulnerable House Republicans at risk of losing in November.
“If it were up – I don’t want to say ‘up to me,’ because it is up to me – I would do it because I think it’s a great political issue,” Trump said. “[Republicans] have races, they’re doing well, they’re up. And you know, the way they look at it: might be good, might be bad.”
If we assume for a moment that Trump knows he could have the wall built at any moment, then why is he doing this whole charade?
Well, it’s definitely putting pressure on the Democrats and cucked Republicans, and motivating his base to go out and vote these people out in the midterm in order to allow the wall to be built.
Everyone loves walls, after all. Everyone except Jews and communists.
One way or another, I think the chances are good that the wall is going to start getting built immediately after the mid-terms.