[Ed. – To quote Dan Bongino on Biden’s promise to created a ‘path to citizenship’ for illegals, we already have one. It’s called the path to citizenship.’]
At least once a week for the last few years, Laiken Jordahl, a staffer for the Center for Biological Diversity based in Tucson, Arizona, would head into the desert with a backpack and an iPhone to film the encroaching progress of Donald Trump’s wall. His videos, viewed hundreds of thousands of times on Twitter, captured an unrelenting march of devastation: mountainsides blasted to bits; forests of ancient cacti toppled over; roads and floodlights blighting fragile wilderness; indigenous land desecrated. But in late January, as Jordahl made his rounds in the Coronado National Forest and San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge, he saw something new: The construction crews were leaving.
“Everywhere that we visited, construction has totally wound down,” he told me when we spoke in early February. “The destruction is on pause.”