Former Border Patrol Head: Biden Paying $5 MILLION PER DAY To Not Build A Wall

Border Patrol at the wall by Karen and Brad Emerson is licensed under CC BY 2.0
The former chief of the Border Patrol Rodney Scott outlined this week that the Biden administration is still paying contractors who were supposed to build the border wall up to $5 million per day even though all construction has been halted.

Scott also warned that an unprecedented number of illegal immigrants are being allowed to pour over the border, with over 90% remaining undocumented.

Speaking to Fox News anchor Bret Baier, Scott pointed out that a presidential proclamation from January to pause construction on the border barrier for 60 days expired months ago, yet contractors are still being paid for doing nothing.

“We’re supposed to do an in depth study and then come up with a plan going forward,” Scott said, adding “As Border Patrol did its part, everything, that was done within about two weeks, several briefings later, there really had not been any decisions made, it went well beyond the 60 days. Many of those projects today are just still on hold. So we’re paying contractors, for a while it was almost $5 million a day between DOD and DHS.”
Border Patrol at the wall by Karen and Brad Emerson is licensed under CC BY 2.0