You’ll Never Guess How Trump’s Wall Is Going To Get Built

Trump's wall

After Donald’s visit to Mexico, some thought he might backtrack on Trump’s wall but instead he doubled down and wants this group to pay for it.

The Donald Trump camp is coming up with alternative ways to get the wall built without making Mexico pay for it directly.

One idea that Trump and his team is toying with is using the seized assets from drug busts to fund the construction.

Millions and millions of dollars worth of cars, property, TV’s and all sorts of assets are seized during major drug busts.

Team Trump is trying to come up with a way that won’t hold Mexico directly accountable, but with something they will support.

Watch as the crowd cheers for Trump’s wall.

By attacking the drug lords and using their assets to pay for the wall, both sides might be able to get on board.

Mexico isn’t totally against the wall because most of immigrants going to America are passing through Mexico and causing trouble along the way.

One of Trump’s senior advisors stressed to reporters on Thursday that the drug money idea is just one of many that the team is considering.

The plan has been dubbed the “make the cartels pay” plan and it makes sense. The drug cartels and human smugglers are the ones that benefit the most from the open borders.

They are not here to start a life and give their children a better future, but the drug dealers and human smugglers are hear to profit and they don’t care who gets hurt on the way.

Something needs to be done, and the wall was already approved by congress just after 9/11/2001. The project was never funded, so Trump just needs to find a way to fund the wall and he can start it on day one.

Trump’s wall has been a major talking point for both sides during this election, and from the sound it, the wall talk isn’t going away anytime soon.

Do you think making the cartels pay is a good way to build the wall? Let us know in the comments below.

Adam Campbell is a former military brat, who grew up all over the world--but considers Milwaukee, WI, where he and his wife currently live, to be his home. He enjoys reporting the real news, without bias.