The Pentagon Is Preparing For The Go Sign To Build The Wall!
There’s more than one way to get a job done and to do it right.
Take this whole issue with the wall for instance. The Democratic Party is doing everything it can to block the funding of the wall and due to this President Trump has been forced to shut the government down.
He, like everyone else wants to get the government back up and running in as short of a time as possible.
However, what does one do if they are blocking the only way to get the wall built and the government back operating? Simple, you find another way to do it. Resourcefulness is the sign of a good leader.
There are fewer groups of people that are better at finding a way to do something right than a group of military engineers. They might have to be called into pinch hit on the wall and it can surely be said that if they have to be the ones to do it they will do an amazing job.
The Pentagon is preparing in case President Donald Trump orders the military to build the southern wall, according to a defense official.
Trump has hinted in recent days that he may do so, amidst an impasse in negotiations with Democrats that has shut down the government.
“I may declare a national emergency dependent on what’s going to happen over the next few days,” Trump told reporters on Sunday.
While no order has been given, the Pentagon has been making plans just in case such an order comes down, the official said on Monday.
The idea of declaring a national emergency to have the military build the wall has been considered since fall, the official revealed.
Some money could come from unobligated funds for military construction projects in 2019, the official said. “Unobligated” means that the funds have been authorized for a certain purpose, but for whatever reason, have not yet been used.
The Army Corps of Engineers would likely be in charge of overseeing the construction.
The organization would not build the wall itself, but would subcontract the project out, and then inspect it to make sure it meets specification and Defense Department standards.