Illegal Alien Loving Gretchen “Il Duce” Whitmer Suddenly Decides That Walls Work

Of all the governors during lockdown, Gretchen Whitmer was certainly the most authoritarian. She also is a big supporter of illegal immigration and a hater of the border wall. But

Anti-Border Fence Mich. Gov. Whitmer Building 8-Foot High, Electrified Fence Around Governor’s Residence

Despite her vocal opposition to building border walls to keep Americans safe from illegal immigration, Democrat Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is having an eight-foot high, electrified fence built around her official residence to keep out unwanted visitors.

The fence is just one part of a $1.1 million, taxpayer-funded security upgrade to the governor’s residence, The Detroit Free Press reports:

In recent weeks, crews have been working to build what appears to be an eight-foot-tall fence around the governor’s residence property. Last week, a sign on the site where crews were on the job warned, “Danger. High voltage. Unauthorized persons keep out.”

Exactly why does the governor’s mansion need to be electrified? And, if she can do it, why can’t we do it on the border? Further, is it electrified in order to stop the “protesters” who may jump the wall?

As The Washington Free Beacon notes, Gov. Whitmer has called the construction of barriers on the U.S. borders too costly and ineffective:

Whitmer, a Biden surrogate, has attacked the idea of using barriers to prevent illegal immigration. She called President Donald Trump’s border wall “costly and ineffective” in February 2017, nearly a week after suggesting that money for the wall would be better spent elsewhere.

Walls are cool when they protect her.

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3 Responses to “Illegal Alien Loving Gretchen “Il Duce” Whitmer Suddenly Decides That Walls Work”

  1. acethepug says:

    Big Gretch is a hypocrite? I am shocked, SHOCKED, I tell you, to learn that yet ANOTHER Leftist politician believes the “Rules For Thee, But Not For Me” mantra.

    She’s in good company with monsters in human skin like Cuomo, Pelosi and Lightfoot.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Electrified? Prove it. TEACH is a gullible idiot. Or maybe he’s just dishonest. The construction site and equipment may have electrical hazards as many do. Has he never seen a warning sign at a construction site?

    Of course, only a right-wing moron would equate opposing a massive wall at the southern border with upgraded security measures for a US Governor threatened with lynching by right-wingers.

    Also:

    Former Gov. Rick Snyder (R-MI), whose eight years in office ended in 2018, didn’t live in the residence. But his home in Ann Arbor received Michigan State Police protection and security upgrades.

    The governor’s residence has undergone renovations under past governors.

    Last month, South Dakota officials revealed plans to build a $400,000 fence around the residence of Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD).

    Source: TEACH’s citation.

    • formwiz says:

      Electrified? Prove it. TEACH is a gullible idiot. Or maybe he’s just dishonest. The construction site and equipment may have electrical hazards as many do. Has he never seen a warning sign at a construction site?

      While you may have a point, a stone wall or fence rarely requires contact with the el;ectrical system.

      Consider the jury out.

      Of course, only a right-wing moron would equate opposing a massive wall at the southern border with upgraded security measures for a US Governor threatened with lynching by right-wingers.</i.

      I have a feeling a lot of Lefties hate her, too.

      Former Gov. Rick Snyder (R-MI), whose eight years in office ended in 2018, didn’t live in the residence. But his home in Ann Arbor received Michigan State Police protection and security upgrades.

      The governor’s residence has undergone renovations under past governors.

      Did those include electrical refinements?.

      Last month, South Dakota officials revealed plans to build a $400,000 fence around the residence of Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD).

      Electrified? Or just protection against all the Left wing environuts?

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