Private group with GoFundMe page just built a mile of Trump’s border wall in 3 DAYS!

Remember the GoFundMe started by Brian Kolfage that was trying to raise a billion dollars to build Trump’s wall? It was reported that it got shut down by GoFundMe themselves, but apparently not.

Well now the group that runs the GoFundMe page, which includes Steve Bannon and Kris Kobach, has built one mile of wall at the border with the money and says they will sell it to the government for a dollar:

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.

‘It’s just under one mile long,’ Kolfage said. ‘The wall starts at the Rio Grande River and goes up Mount Cristo Rey where the US Army Crops of engineers said it was impossible to build.

Kolfage said once everything is said and done, his organization will sell the wall, which cost between $6million and $8million to build, to the federal government for the bargain price of $1.

‘We’re going to sell this wall back to them for $1 and release the title to them,’ he said. ‘We cant 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.’

That’s pretty dang incredible. And if you do the math, multiplying 8 million times roughly 700 miles of border wall, you get right around 5 billion dollars to build the entire wall.



Here’s video of the wall being built this weekend from their GoFundMe page:

The Daily Mail continues…

Kolfage is operating under an entity called We Build the Wall Inc., which is a Florida non-profit tax-exempt advocacy organization, with former White House Chief Strategist and former Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon as director, and former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach on the team as well.

Dustin Stockton, co-founder of We Build the Wall Inc., told The Associated Press Monday that they spent about 10 days moving dirt before starting construction Friday.

He says the wall segment in Sunland Park is ‘mostly up’ and should be completed by the end of the week.

The build was overseen by construction mogul Tommy Fisher of North Dakota-based Fisher Industries.

Kolfage told DailyMail.com his team chose the location at the intersection of the Texas, New Mexico and Mexico borders based on data obtained from a Freedom of Information Act request filed with US Customs and Border Protection.

‘It’s the worst smuggling route on the entire border,’ Kolfage said. ‘Border patrol said 1000 people cross a day, on average.’

This will no doubt make Trump very happy to see this project in his name culminate in an actual border wall that the government can buy for a buck.

And with 22 million in their GoFundMe, it sounds like Bannon’s group can build nearly another two miles or so if they have the private land to do it. No doubt this news will make donations soar, so it could be even more!

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208 thoughts on “Private group with GoFundMe page just built a mile of Trump’s border wall in 3 DAYS!

  1. I realize turning it over to the Government keeps the owners from maintenance fees,but doesn’t that also allow the Government the right of tearing it down?

    1. Once the federal government takes ownership over it, the likelihood of it being tore down decreases drastically, and since the border is still wide open, all the problems associated with mass migration will probably boil over, and make any politician with an open borders platform unelectable in most congressional districts.

  2. Great to see AT smiling and laughing again. By the way, I wonder if that included concertina wire?

    1. “They also knew, those Founding Fathers, that outside of its legitimate functions, government does nothing as well or as economically as the private sector of the economy.”

  3. So I’m guessing we don’t need 25 billion to build this wall. The stuff government tries to put over us is amazing. Give Donnie 3-4 large and tell him this is how to do it. And since we have 3-4 in other areas that we can extract, NO MORE EXCUSES OR CAMPAIGN SLOGANS.

    I would like to see independent verification of the viability of this wall and how much it cost. It sounds too good to be true, although I wish it is.

  4. Am I seriously the only one who understands that “impossible” means, “Given the ridiculously thin budget we have to work with.” ?

    There’s not a certified civil engineer alive that doesn’t know about how the Hoover dam or Panama canal were built. Perspective, please.

    1. So “impossible” means all they need is more money?
      Imagine that coming from “Government” /s

      It’s Government, which means it costs 5-10 times as much & takes 5-10 times as long.

      1. In your mind, perhaps. In this case everyone else on the right actually knows how thin the budget is.

        1. @k-bob
          Sorry, I thought when you stated “ridiculously thin budget”, it referred to lack of money. As far as “everyone else” I wouldn’t assume to speak for them.

          And I’m well aware of money Congress gave in all 3 budgets, thanks.

          As far as my second statement, has there ever been a project that govt has attempted, taken over, revised, modified that hasn’t taken longer & cost taxpayers more than projected? If there is, I’m totally unaware of it.

  5. As usual leave Govt out of the equation & things get done & at minimal cost. Proud of these guys.

    This 1 mile section “joins” pre-existing barriers to stop the flow of illegals in the one mile corridor.

  6. THIS.IS.AWESOME! :clapping: :clapping: :clapping: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :flash: :flash: :flash: :fire: :fire: :fire:

    1. Well, the rock music was enjoyable. But can’t you just kinda… like… um…. walk to the end of that wall and then just go around it?

      Eh, whatever. Only cost us a dollar. I can live with that.

  7. hmmmm “US Army Crops of engineers said it was impossible to build” Ya think they are being paid off by the drug cartels….. Jus sayin. KAG 2020 No problem…

  8. I suppose some folks will be stupid enough to pretend your “only” qualifier was a real thing. Most normal folks knew the private route was worth trying.

    Hence the massive number of small donations to Kolbach. (That would be what we call a clue).

    And, surprisingly enough, most folks aren’t so freaking stupid as to believe we don’t have an emergency, which is Trump’s job to declare, or that we should “only” use those funds thereby procured, or–and here’s a real hoot for you–that we shouldn’t insist Congress get off its fat a$$ and do it via regular order so that we can kill the factors that made it an emergency.

    Sorry for raining on your ALL CAPS parade of nonsense.

    1. Most normal folks knew the private route was worth trying.

      Of course it is. But nah f that let’s go with the loud spendy orange clown instead. Thus declare the idiots of America as they vote their… something, I don’t know. Not conscience or principle though, that’s for damn sure.

      that we shouldn’t insist Congress get off its fat a$$ and do it via regular order so that we can kill the factors that made it an emergency.

      We voted for the Congress we got, Bob. The people wanted a Congress that wouldn’t cooperate with Donald, and then the people wanted a House that would actively block Donald. Congress is doing precisely that. I, for one, wish we’d elect some conservatives that would find non-progressive solutions to the border problem – but the American people are too gutless and stupid for that.

      1. “Let’s” who?

        You work awfully hard to create these imaginary populations.

        I prefer it out here in the real world, where real people work to build coalitions.

          1. *We* can. *You* just keep inventing cheap, broadbrush proxies for “what those morons are doing.”

  9. From a P.R. standpoint the optics of this undertaking is worth far more than the money it took to build the mile long section of the wall.

  10. I am pleasantly surprised. I hadn’t thought that GoFundMe money would go anywhere. Glad to be proven too pessimistic.

    1. I donated to his go-fund-me, but thought I had wasted my money… So happy to see he got it done!

  11. Here’s an oddly related article to what I’m seeing happen here lately.
    First the article:

    Philip Roth (OpEd at New Yorker): An Open Letter to Wikipedia

    Truth no longer matters. Obviously the left has jammed itself up good by siccing armies of deconstructionist SJWs on anything published, painted, filmed, or performed. They only look to flay each and every thing, peeling back the layers to discover the underlying prejudices or privilege (all assumed).

    It’s obviously going to bite them hard, but they don’t care. It’s what they do.

    But lately the NeverTrump “right” has started using this ploy on every positive bit of news on any issue conservatives care about. They’ve mostly given up whining and crying about Trump’s personal failings, so now they show up to find whatever negative “take” they can sell–just like a deconstructionist–on any story posted, that shows any degree of positive motion on any issue about which conservatives care.

    Hoping (one would assume) that by finding that one, negative aspect they can exploit, they will discourage *you*.

    I trust most of the regulars here to see through such desperate ploys. But we need to hit back.

    Just remember to follow the comment policy when doing so.

    1. Cheating to get an A on your test isn’t a time to celebrate positives. Yea, you got your A. GREAT JOB. But you cheated to get it. What an accomplishment.

      We have a progressive President. That’s what the right asked for. That’s what they got.

      Principles for sale, we’re offering “wins.” What we win when we get to the bottom of the barrel, I don’t know. I haven’t known since 2016. But the Trumper “right” is hellbent on winning it, damn the costs.

      Just like the Founders intended. L O oh-so-f*cking-sarcastically L.

        1. That’s not a straw man. Nobody’s crying about the orange clown’s personal failings. Yes, he is a horrible human being.

          But worse, he’s a progressive.

          That’s what they’re crying about Bob. Principles. Something that got chucked down the toilet because we cowered in terror at the thought of BUH HILRY.

          1. More straw to defend a strawman.

            When you get anywhere near close to accurate in describing all of the people you purport to understand, maybe you’d have a shot at convincing someone.

            But all I see is broad brush after broad brush, inconsistent absolutism, and hokey dismissals, all seemingly in support of painting humanity as unworthy of grace.

            There’s literally no future in that.

            None.

      1. How is Trump a progressive? It’s not like he’s banned bump stocks or started trade wars! And he certainly hasn’t bailed out farmers to the tune of $16,000,000,000 as a result of his tariffs.

        I mean, he even appointed two anti-abortion Supreme Court nominees who just this week took up an Abortion case that will certainly overturn Roe! And the SCOTUS also set the law straight on this silly tranny-in-the-wrong-locker-room stuff, too!

        All of this is false, by the way. Every word.

  12. Trump is a businessman. He should look at this opportunity and temporarily sell federal border land to the private sector, have these private companies build the wall and sell the land back to the government. That could bypass a lot of red tape. And piss off some liberals. Bonus!

  13. “where the US Army Crops of engineers said it was impossible to build”

    One hopes that the next crop of Army engineers will do better.

    1. “The developers are always in a hurry.” –Someone I know who works for the Corps.

  14. Yes, he had to declare an emergency because our do nothing congress refuses to fund it. What about that don’t you seem to understand? He wouldn’t have to declare and emergency for the funds if our congress did their job. How idiotic of you to not understand that fact.

      1. Kinda hard to keep up with the conversations when the posts keep getting deleted for no good reason.

      1. You sound like a moron now. What part of the constitution says we shall not protect our citizens?

  15. Corp of engineers said it could not be done.
    All these companies that have good equipment operators should ask the folks that are about to retire to donate a week of operating. Maybe the company can offer them a small vacation or bonus as a gift. Bet alot would jump to it.

  16. Corp of engineers said it could not be done.
    All these companies that have good equipment operators should ask the folks that are about to retire to donate a week of operating. Maybe the company can offer them a small vacation or bonus as a gift. Bet alot would jump to it.

  17. Since yesterday morning at 8:16am PDT, We Build the Wall gofund me page has raised an additional $259,954 by 3,584 AMERICAN PATRIOTS. That is an average of $72 per person donating their hard earned money over the last 24 hours…GO TEAM USA…

  18. From a P.R. standpoint the optics of this undertaking is worth far more than the money it took to build the mile long section of the wall.

      1. Now that’s a great idea. (sarc) Isn’t that exactly why AMERICANS want a wall built? Because ILLEGALS IGNORE OUR LAWS?

        1. Surely you’re familiar with her and her anti-cop stance @joyfulgiver take her advice and ignore her

  19. Trump is a businessman. He should look at this opportunity and temporarily sell federal border land to the private sector, have these private companies build the wall and sell the land back to the government. That could bypass a lot of red tape. And piss off some liberals. Bonus!

  20. Since yesterday morning at 8:16am PDT, We Build the Wall gofund me page has raised an additional $259,954 by 3,584 AMERICAN PATRIOTS. That is an average of $72 per person donating their hard earned money over the last 24 hours…GO TEAM USA…

  21. Here’s an oddly related article to what I’m seeing happen here lately.
    First the article:

    Philip Roth (OpEd at New Yorker): An Open Letter to Wikipedia

    Truth no longer matters. Obviously the left has jammed itself up good by siccing armies of deconstructionist SJWs on anything published, painted, filmed, or performed. They only look to flay each and every thing, peeling back the layers to discover the underlying prejudices or privilege (all assumed).

    It’s obviously going to bite them hard, but they don’t care. It’s what they do.

    But lately the NeverTrump “right” has started using this ploy on every positive bit of news on any issue conservatives care about. They’ve mostly given up whining and crying about Trump’s personal failings, so now they show up to find whatever negative “take” they can sell–just like a deconstructionist–on any story posted, that shows any degree of positive motion on any issue about which conservatives care.

    Hoping (one would assume) that by finding that one, negative aspect they can exploit, they will discourage *you*.

    I trust most of the regulars here to see through such desperate ploys. But we need to hit back.

    Just remember to follow the comment policy when doing so.

    1. Cheating to get an A on your test isn’t a time to celebrate positives. Yea, you got your A. GREAT JOB. But you cheated to get it. What an accomplishment.

      We have a progressive President. That’s what the right asked for. That’s what they got.

      Principles for sale, we’re offering “wins.” What we win when we get to the bottom of the barrel, I don’t know. I haven’t known since 2016. But the Trumper “right” is hellbent on winning it, damn the costs.

      Just like the Founders intended. L O oh-so-f*cking-sarcastically L.

        1. That’s not a straw man. Nobody’s crying about the orange clown’s personal failings. Yes, he is a horrible human being.

          But worse, he’s a progressive.

          That’s what they’re crying about Bob. Principles. Something that got chucked down the toilet because we cowered in terror at the thought of BUH HILRY.

          1. More straw to defend a strawman.

            When you get anywhere near close to accurate in describing all of the people you purport to understand, maybe you’d have a shot at convincing someone.

            But all I see is broad brush after broad brush, inconsistent absolutism, and hokey dismissals, all seemingly in support of painting humanity as unworthy of grace.

            There’s literally no future in that.

            None.

      1. How is Trump a progressive? It’s not like he’s banned bump stocks or started trade wars! And he certainly hasn’t bailed out farmers to the tune of $16,000,000,000 as a result of his tariffs.

        I mean, he even appointed two anti-abortion Supreme Court nominees who just this week took up an Abortion case that will certainly overturn Roe! And the SCOTUS also set the law straight on this silly tranny-in-the-wrong-locker-room stuff, too!

        All of this is false, by the way. Every word.

  22. I am pleasantly surprised. I hadn’t thought that GoFundMe money would go anywhere. Glad to be proven too pessimistic.

    1. I donated to his go-fund-me, but thought I had wasted my money… So happy to see he got it done!

  23. >> And if you do the math, multiplying 8 million times roughly 700 miles of border wall, you get right around 5 billion dollars to build the entire wall. <<

    But then you have to factor in the 20x government waste factor, which would bring the bill to $100 billion.

    4

      1. @atomicsentinel
        Hey, no need to do that. Donald told us a 1000 times Mexico is paying for it.

        1. Hey have you seen the stock market? I’m told that the national debt is now gone. And other stupid things.

    1. Or we could leave the government out of it completely and then sell them the finished wall…
      A pipe-dream, I know.

  24. So I’m guessing we don’t need 25 billion to build this wall. The stuff government tries to put over us is amazing. Give Donnie 3-4 large and tell him this is how to do it. And since we have 3-4 in other areas that we can extract, NO MORE EXCUSES OR CAMPAIGN SLOGANS.

    I would like to see independent verification of the viability of this wall and how much it cost. It sounds too good to be true, although I wish it is.

  25. That’s awesome, kudos to all involved. Willing Americans can always do much better than Congress because they have the will to protect our Country, very good start! :clapping: :clapping:

    1. @cookiebob It was built along a stretch of land that the Army Corp of Engineers said was impossible to build on. It also stretches across the area of the border that is the worst smuggling route of anywhere along the border. I’d say that one mile of border wall is an absolute success on more than one level.

      The private contractors proved to the army corp of engineers that they were dead wrong.

  26. “where the US Army Crops of engineers said it was impossible to build”

    One hopes that the next crop of Army engineers will do better.

    1. “The developers are always in a hurry.” –Someone I know who works for the Corps.

  27. >> And if you do the math, multiplying 8 million times roughly 700 miles of border wall, you get right around 5 billion dollars to build the entire wall. <<

    But then you have to factor in the 20x government waste factor, which would bring the bill to $100 billion.

    4

      1. @atomicsentinel
        Hey, no need to do that. Donald told us a 1000 times Mexico is paying for it.

        1. Hey have you seen the stock market? I’m told that the national debt is now gone. And other stupid things.

    1. Or we could leave the government out of it completely and then sell them the finished wall…
      A pipe-dream, I know.

  28. Yes, he had to declare an emergency because our do nothing congress refuses to fund it. What about that don’t you seem to understand? He wouldn’t have to declare and emergency for the funds if our congress did their job. How idiotic of you to not understand that fact.

      1. You sound like a moron now. What part of the constitution says we shall not protect our citizens?

      1. Kinda hard to keep up with the conversations when the posts keep getting deleted for no good reason.

  29. As usual leave Govt out of the equation & things get done & at minimal cost. Proud of these guys.

    This 1 mile section “joins” pre-existing barriers to stop the flow of illegals in the one mile corridor.

  30. Am I seriously the only one who understands that “impossible” means, “Given the ridiculously thin budget we have to work with.” ?

    There’s not a certified civil engineer alive that doesn’t know about how the Hoover dam or Panama canal were built. Perspective, please.

    1. So “impossible” means all they need is more money?
      Imagine that coming from “Government” /s

      It’s Government, which means it costs 5-10 times as much & takes 5-10 times as long.

      1. In your mind, perhaps. In this case everyone else on the right actually knows how thin the budget is.

        1. @k-bob
          Sorry, I thought when you stated “ridiculously thin budget”, it referred to lack of money. As far as “everyone else” I wouldn’t assume to speak for them.

          And I’m well aware of money Congress gave in all 3 budgets, thanks.

          As far as my second statement, has there ever been a project that govt has attempted, taken over, revised, modified that hasn’t taken longer & cost taxpayers more than projected? If there is, I’m totally unaware of it.

          1. Congratulations on understanding government. Unless it’s your goal to make sure nothing good comes out of any positive news on the border, why not take the win?

            It’s a fact that Trump fans are also fans of this private effort. It’s also a fact that Trump fans know that Trump is finding money wherever he can to have government build the wall, but they also know (to my point) that it’s not enough.

            Trashing the Corps of Engineers, as some commenters here today apparantly feel is necessary, is not a good look for conservatives.

            This was a win. Period. My point was: take the dang win and go gripe about it elsewhere. You decided it was about spending, in general, or something. Who knows.

            1. @k-bob
              Ignore it if you wish Bob, but I’m sure you read my comment above saying I was proud of these guys. That would be called taking the win.

              Spending? I believe I was responding to your awfully thin budget comment. That’s what we do on here….give our opinions.

              If I choose to gripe about Government spending or how they waste our money, I would be 100% correct.

              1. The same applies to your young child commenting loudly on the girth of the woman in line ahead of you at the grocery store.

                But evidently there’s no such thing as time and place for certain truths.

                1. Annnd we’re back to you stuck playing Captain Flamewar instead of being able to debate without floating personal BS.

                  The flame warriors are the biggest losers on the Internet. Enjoy your laugh.

                2. @k-bob
                  Flame warrior. Gotta love it. Typical lefty response…reverts to name calling because there was no logical explanation for an argument other than I didn’t post what you thought I should.

                  Priceless!

      2. @sam Congress controls the purse strings. We have anti Trump/American marxist democrats in control of the House that make it their mission to obstruct anything and everything that the Trump administration attempts to do to undo what the islamo-marxist Obama administration did to us.

        1. @conserve-58
          I agree & Congress would be Govt. Doesn’t matter what side. Both R & D have been wasting our money for as long as I can remember.

  31. I suppose some folks will be stupid enough to pretend your “only” qualifier was a real thing. Most normal folks knew the private route was worth trying.

    Hence the massive number of small donations to Kolbach. (That would be what we call a clue).

    And, surprisingly enough, most folks aren’t so freaking stupid as to believe we don’t have an emergency, which is Trump’s job to declare, or that we should “only” use those funds thereby procured, or–and here’s a real hoot for you–that we shouldn’t insist Congress get off its fat a$$ and do it via regular order so that we can kill the factors that made it an emergency.

    Sorry for raining on your ALL CAPS parade of nonsense.

    1. Most normal folks knew the private route was worth trying.

      Of course it is. But nah f that let’s go with the loud spendy orange clown instead. Thus declare the idiots of America as they vote their… something, I don’t know. Not conscience or principle though, that’s for damn sure.

      that we shouldn’t insist Congress get off its fat a$$ and do it via regular order so that we can kill the factors that made it an emergency.

      We voted for the Congress we got, Bob. The people wanted a Congress that wouldn’t cooperate with Donald, and then the people wanted a House that would actively block Donald. Congress is doing precisely that. I, for one, wish we’d elect some conservatives that would find non-progressive solutions to the border problem – but the American people are too gutless and stupid for that.

      1. “Let’s” who?

        You work awfully hard to create these imaginary populations.

        I prefer it out here in the real world, where real people work to build coalitions.

        1. The American electorate isn’t imaginary, Bob. We can all see what those morons are doing.

          1. *We* can. *You* just keep inventing cheap, broadbrush proxies for “what those morons are doing.”

            1. This is an electorate that voted Trump president, gave the Democrats control of the house, buys into “binary choice” voting, and then complains about the results of all of it.

              Tell me again how they’re not morons.

              1. Must be lonely on that mountaintop, with your broad vision and evidently-broken steering wheel.

  32. THIS.IS.AWESOME! :clapping: :clapping: :clapping: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :flash: :flash: :flash: :fire: :fire: :fire:

    1. Well, the rock music was enjoyable. But can’t you just kinda… like… um…. walk to the end of that wall and then just go around it?

      Eh, whatever. Only cost us a dollar. I can live with that.

  33. hmmmm “US Army Crops of engineers said it was impossible to build” Ya think they are being paid off by the drug cartels….. Jus sayin. KAG 2020 No problem…

  34. I realize turning it over to the Government keeps the owners from maintenance fees,but doesn’t that also allow the Government the right of tearing it down?

    1. Once the federal government takes ownership over it, the likelihood of it being tore down decreases drastically, and since the border is still wide open, all the problems associated with mass migration will probably boil over, and make any politician with an open borders platform unelectable in most congressional districts.

  35. That’s awesome, kudos to all involved. Willing Americans can always do much better than Congress because they have the will to protect our Country, very good start! :clapping: :clapping:

  36. Great to see AT smiling and laughing again. By the way, I wonder if that included concertina wire?

    1. “They also knew, those Founding Fathers, that outside of its legitimate functions, government does nothing as well or as economically as the private sector of the economy.”

      1. From the Beginning,the pilgrims agreed,if their was anyone in their community that did not share in the building of homes nor assist with the farming,,those individuals would not share in the food produced nor the shelter that was built.My oh my, how things have changed over the years.

      1. Yes there is,I will cut and paste that black Face Photo of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. How many emojis do you want me to send you,

        1. All of them. One of the common gripes I get online is that I don’t emote hard enough for people. So load up those emojis, I’m going to emote like a friggin’ boss.

    1. @cookiebob It was built along a stretch of land that the Army Corp of Engineers said was impossible to build on. It also stretches across the area of the border that is the worst smuggling route of anywhere along the border. I’d say that one mile of border wall is an absolute success on more than one level.

      The private contractors proved to the army corp of engineers that they were dead wrong.

  37. This is awesome! So once again the government says something isn’t possible that actually is possible. Since when could we not build over mountains? Why is government overrun with presumptive groupthink about damn near everything? Glad they’re showing the world how it’s done.

          1. @joyfulgiver Yeah, you can hardly put a fence in your own yard without filing an environmental impact study while counting every mouse, sparrow and dandelion.

            1. @Dr. Strangelove In Texas, private property owners outside of any city limit can build any fence they want without permits or permission. A border fence such as this would be perfectly legal built on private property with the homeowner’s permission and at least one foot inside the border, unless the government agrees up front, in writing, that they will buy the fence for next to nothing on completion. But, there will be other issues and financial dealings for a road right of way along the fence for monitoring and upkeep, as well as right of way access to actually get to the border fence. Putting up a border “wall” is much more complicated than most understand, and while I like what was done here, it confuses the issue in far too many minds.

      1. The government would never tell someone what he/she can do on his/her private land. Never. 😉

    1. Hopefully they had the proper permits.

      Glad my HOA isn’t down there…..fence would only be 4 ft high and see-through!

  38. Imagine that! A private enterprise builds a structure faster and cheaper that is exactly the same as the government one. I’m shocked, I tell ya!!! 😯

    1. Let’s not dismiss all of the donated time by serious pros. Lawyers, engineers, equipment leasing companies, etc. This was like an old-fashioned barn raising.

      Not even private corporations can beat a genuine community effort. (But that lone fact is misused as the lie behind communism, so I expect all of this truth will be lost on the left.)

      1. Right, we need free enterprise AND community AND charity AND volunteerism. That’s far superior to government bloat and coercion any day.

    1. Attach a couple of billion in pork to it and the $1 appropriation will sail through….no problem!

  39. This is wonderful! Keep building. Happy to know also this Go Fund Me is worth donating to. Many aren’t.

  40. Good for them ! Private industry always outperforms government when a job needs to get done. Keep it up fellas.

  41. Government tends to bet billed $250 for a toilet seat lid, so I don’t know that multiplying this group’s cost by 700 would be very accurate. Additionally, is it the same wall specifications and the same company the government is contracting?

    No matter how you look at it, this is a great thing.

    1. According to article at the Daily Wire, it’s very similar to what the federal government is building.

  42. Don’t sell it to the government! Some darn RAT or RINO pol will vote to tear it down. Gotta keep the Cheap Labor Express unimpeded, you know!

  43. I was leery about this from the start as Kolfage has been surrounded by a lot of suspicious activity, and Bannon he’s his own mixed bag of nutso, BUT as a truckers wife it makes me a little hopeful. Every time he has to go to El Paso or Calexico I am a nervous wreck.

    1. Hey, Ruthie! Hubby get home for the weekend? My dispatcher finally got me a load to Phoenix and I spent it with my sister.

      1. No @dr-strangelove he was home in April when we went to see Gabriel Iglesias ( Fluffy ) ROFLMAO and he’s coming in 8 days from now for just a short 3 day stop. So many expenses we had past 2 months that will have to do.

        1. @ruthiedoggiemom I’m so sorry!! :praying: :heart: Enjoy your limited time, and my prayers will be with you & Hubby through his travels!

          1. Good morning @lillie-belle just saw your reply. No need to feel sorry we’re together a LONG time we can handle most anything <3 Prayers are always lovely though 🙂

  44. This is awesome! So once again the government says something isn’t possible that actually is possible. Since when could we not build over mountains? Why is government overrun with presumptive groupthink about damn near everything? Glad they’re showing the world how it’s done.

      1. The government would never tell someone what he/she can do on his/her private land. Never. 😉

    1. Hopefully they had the proper permits.

      Glad my HOA isn’t down there…..fence would only be 4 ft high and see-through!

  45. Imagine that! A private enterprise builds a structure faster and cheaper that is exactly the same as the government one. I’m shocked, I tell ya!!! 😯

    1. Let’s not dismiss all of the donated time by serious pros. Lawyers, engineers, equipment leasing companies, etc. This was like an old-fashioned barn raising.

      Not even private corporations can beat a genuine community effort. (But that lone fact is misused as the lie behind communism, so I expect all of this truth will be lost on the left.)

      1. Right, we need free enterprise AND community AND charity AND volunteerism. That’s far superior to government bloat and coercion any day.

  46. This is wonderful! Keep building. Happy to know also this Go Fund Me is worth donating to. Many aren’t.

  47. Good for them ! Private industry always outperforms government when a job needs to get done. Keep it up fellas.

  48. Government tends to bet billed $250 for a toilet seat lid, so I don’t know that multiplying this group’s cost by 700 would be very accurate. Additionally, is it the same wall specifications and the same company the government is contracting?

    No matter how you look at it, this is a great thing.

    1. According to article at the Daily Wire, it’s very similar to what the federal government is building.

  49. Don’t sell it to the government! Some darn RAT or RINO pol will vote to tear it down. Gotta keep the Cheap Labor Express unimpeded, you know!

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