Well, this is a shocker! The Mexican-American judge that President Trump once called “biased” just ruled in favor of building the border wall. The left was counting on the environmentalists aka tree huggers to stop or delay the construction of a wall. It’s ironic because of all of the piles of trash and filth the illegals leave at the border crossings (see below). You’d think they would care about that…but this is political.

A federal court cleared the way Tuesday for President Trump to build his border wall, ruling the administration has the power to waive a series of environmental laws to speed up construction.

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The state of California and environmental groups had been counting on the lawsuit to derail the border wall, and the judge’s ruling to the contrary is a major boost to Mr. Trump.

The ruling is all the more striking because if comes Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, who Mr. Trump famously called biased during the 2016 campaign because of his Mexican heritage.

The Hill reports:

Judge Curiel said he wasn’t opining on whether a wall was good or bad policy — but had to conclude the government has the power to build it.

“It is not our job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices,” he wrote in a 101-page ruling.

THE ENVIRONMENTALISTS MIGHT WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT THE ILLEGALS LEAVE AT THE BORDER:

Environmental activists ignore trails of human waste and trash in national wildlife refuge and on Indian reservation near Mexican border

 Empty sardine cans, discarded clothing, and soiled diapers litter the ground, sheets of used toilet paper hang from bushes alongside desert trails. These are the trails used by countless illegal immigrants crossing from Mexico into the United States in Arizona.


Illegals from Mexico and other Latin American countries have left the trails of refuse over the years. They have marred scenic ranches, beautiful desert borderlands, foothills, forests and wildlife sanctuaries.

THE ARIZONA/MEXICO BORDER:


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