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Livestreams from Privately Funded Border Wall Built by “We Build the Wall”

Livestreams by Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes at the Privately Funded We Build the Wall “People’s Gate” near America One Dam (IBWC managed) With Foreman Mike. This is the gate that IBWC locked open for 30 hours.

Livestream at the Privately Funded We Build the Wall “People’s Gate” near America One Dam (IBWC managed) With Foreman Mike. This is the gate that IBWC locked open for 30 hours.

Posted by Oath Keepers on Saturday, June 15, 2019

 

 

 

Livestreams from Privately Funded Border Wall Built by "We Build the Wall"

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  1. Fantastic Video! Great work! Mike is super stoked and excited and twice as proud, as he should be. Kofage and everyone who donated and worked on this wall are making the rest of us proud.

    Mike and Stewart mentioned the Seabees a couple of times. As a retired Seabee, I appreciate the shout out. Many people do not realize that it was real men like these civilian construction workers who volunteered to form up and join the Navy Seabees during the early days of World War II. It has been said that thanks to hardworking and dedicated men like this, the United States out constructed the Japanese to victory. I could link many videos of the contributions the Seabees made to the war effort that made all the difference. Just like this wall on the border, their were feats of construction by the Seabees that were said to be impossible.

    My point here is, real men, dedicated visionaries with a “Can Do” spirit, can accomplish anything. “Can Do” is a motto of the Seabees, and as I stated earlier, history describes the world War II Seabees as being tough and rugged men, just like these men who built the wall.

    Stewart also referenced the need for a military presence along the wall. Here again, I’m going to plug the Seabees, as they could build AND defend the wall. Not to take away honest construction work from these dedicated Americans. Both Civilians and military, in a concerted effort would be great.

    As Mike described the finer points of the wall, and the auxiliary work supplementing the wall, I was even more impressed. Dang, I wish I could be there, and be part of this. I’ll be making a donation soon.

    Keep up the good work!

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