Found in El Paso: the border wall Biden is paying *not* to build

Acres of wall units are now waiting for cranes that will never come

By Mark Krikorian on October 7, 2021

I read that more than 17,000 foreigners have crossed the Channel illegally into the UK from France in the first nine months of this year. Apparently this is a cause of some consternation.

That’s less than three days’ worth of illegal entries at the U.S.-Mexico border under Joe Biden.

Part of the reason for the disparity, of course, is that the sea serves Britain as a natural barrier. Meanwhile, the Rio Grande, which accounts for 1,200 miles of the 2,000-mile border, is not especially grand, and in places is hardly a river at all, its water entirely diverted for irrigation.

This was why Donald Trump made the construction of a border wall a central part of his 2016 campaign. And so, running as the anti-Trump, Joe Biden made halting the construction of that wall a central part of his 2020 campaign.

Biden won, and within hours of taking office ordered work on the wall to stop.

[Read the rest at UnHerd.]