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Several Border Wall Bidding Contractors Have Surprising Thing in Common


Donald Trump’s proposed border wall have been a flashpoint for his political opponents who have decried the project as racist and xenophobic.

Those who wish to see President Trump fail in his mission to keep America as safe as possible have continually lambasted the idea of a comprehensive physical barrier between the United States and Mexico.  Whether this is collateral damage from decades of globalist manifestos being disseminated by the mainstream media, or simply the copycat effect of a million angry, social-justice-obsessed millennials, we may never know.  What we are certain of, however, is that building this barrier will unequivocally make enforcing our nation’s immigration laws simpler and safer for those tasked with that duty.

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Now, as companies are lining up for an opportunity to bid on the contract to actually construct the wall, there is a surprising similarity between many of the firms who are vying for the honor:  They are owned by hispanic men and women.

“Mario Burgos owns the Albuquerque-based professional services firm, Burgos Group. He is just one of about 60 Hispanic business owners who are now bidding for contracts with the federal government as it seeks to fulfill Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall. Burgos conducts business in seven states and employs around 120 people, according to CNN.

“But Burgos isn’t the only Hispanic business owner looking to take advantage of the president’s proposal. About 600 private businesses have tossed their names into the hat, in hopes of landing one of the lucrative deals. Of the 600 companies, about 60 — or 10 percent — are Hispanic-owned.

“’It’s not an anti-immigrant thing for me,’ Burgos told CNN. ‘It’s about creating jobs. And honestly [it’s] like any other job.’”

What many leftists don’t realize about their white-guilt-based policy rants are that they are fully exploiting those who they claim to be protecting.  The common sense of contractors such as Burgos will be completely ignored by the left, who will act as though Burgos and his fellow Hispanic business owners are incapable of thinking for themselves or making decisions about what is best for their companies and their livelihood.  This disgusting train of thought is the sort of subverted bigotry that has characterized the democratic agenda for decades.


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