Paul Ryan’s $1.3 Trillion Omnibus Will Only Offer $641 Million to Border Barriers, No Money for Trump Wall

Despite the critics from the opponents of the construction of the wall, who were saying that President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall would be fiscally irresponsible, a new study from Steven A. Camarota, the director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies has found that President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall only has to stop about nine to 12 percent of all illegal crossing in order to pay for itself over the next 10 years.

This is the reason why many American politicians started to support building the border wall!

But that’s not the case with career politicians that simply fail to see the real need for a wall on our southern border!

Paul Ryan is pushing the second largest spending bill in US history but the Omnibus only allows $1.8 billion on the Trump Border Wall and border security.

In January President Trump asked for $25 billion for his border wall project, but Paul Ryan’s Omnibus will only provide $641 million for border security and ZERO dollars for the Wall!

The deal provides $1.57 billion for “physical barriers and technology.” But, according to a Democratic source, just $641 million of that could go to barriers, and that would be restricted to see-through fences and levees; the funding could not be used to build a concrete wall. The vast majority — $1.3 billion — of the border security money is for technology, according to the Democratic source.

It’s obvious they don’t want to win. Paul Ryan and Mitch hate Trump as much as the Democrats and if they have to give up their majorities to help the Democrats win back the house and Senate and impeach Trump they will do it. They are traitors.

And if we had any hope that the President will shut down the government now that hope is gone!

Today the White House confirmed that President Donald Trump will sign the proposed Omnibus spending bill, White House officials confirmed on Thursday, even though the 2,232-page bill has yet to pass through Congress.
“Let’s cut right to the chase: Is the President going to sign the bill?” Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney told reporters at a briefing. “The answer is yes.”

The budget director made a practical case for the Republican-led budget process, even though he admitted that it was not “perfect.”

“This is how it works,” he said, adding that because of the 60 vote threshold, Democrats could get their “pound of flesh” of funding priorities.

Mulvaney said the $1.3 trillion spending bill funded the president’s budget priorities including a big boost in defense spending, opioids, school safety, workforce development. Infrastructure.

If you ask me this is a huge defeat to our conservative cause!

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