G. McConway
December 20, 2022

Abbott Finalizes Deal to Resume Border Wall Construction

As soon as Joe Biden took office, he halted the construction of the border wall along our southern border.

Millions of dollars of equipment sat on the ground, rotting, simply so Biden could cave to the far left.

Right from the outset, Governor Abbott started securing the discarded border wall as well as securing funding for the project.

The only issue that stood in his way was working out deals with private landowners.

Deal Done

Reports broke on Monday that Texas officials had finally secured deals with the necessary landowners that will finally allow the border wall project to continue.

Governor Abbott stated, "More border wall is going up next month.

"It took months to negotiate with private property owners on the border for the right to build on their property.

"We now should be building more border wall all of next year."

Texas has secured a contract with Southwest Valley Constructors Co. for $167 million for the construction of the border wall in the Del Rio sector.

Another contract has been signed with BFBC of Texas for the Rio Grande Valley.

Arizona made its own move to build a border wall, but the Biden administration is suing the state, claiming that the shipping containers with barbed wire on top "damage[s] federal lands, threaten[s] public safety, and impede[s] the ability of federal agencies and officials, including law enforcement personnel, to perform their official duties."

Border states are in a state of panic right now with the uncertainty of Title 42.

A federal judge halted the order in Texas via a lawsuit by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt.

Both attorneys general celebrated the decision, but they know Biden will continue to fight this all the way back up to the Supreme Court… for the second time.

Source: Fox News

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