Awesome Drone Footage — The Entire Border Wall Filmed For The First Time! – 23 Construction Sites
All text on this page is from the video creator Kenneth Frantz
Everyone loves watching border wall construction.
Just returned from 15 days on the border, from San Diego, Calif to Brownsville, TX. I droned and filmed all 23 new wall construction sites along the way. 50 hours of video taken onsite at over 80 locations. A huge undertaking. My video of entire Trump Wall will be published in one week on this channel.
During a trip to Arizona and New Mexico, I filmed the construction of new border wall being built east of Douglas, Arizona. An extremely impressive undertaking. This video hopes to remind viewers how incredibly innovative & productive our construction industry is. It reminded me of the Alaska Pipeline Project, in which I personally managed a small portion of. After the politics settle, our relationship with Mexico will dramatically improve, the environment will be just fine (as was the environment in Alaska post project), the word “illegal” immigrant will be gone, and in its place increased & rejuvenating legal immigration.
Trump’s Wall from Sea to Shining Sea – Full Video
The ENTIRE Trump border wall filmed for the first time! Not just a few peeks, but ALL the construction underway from San Diego, Calif to Brownsville, Texas. Now the largest construction project in the USA, it may be the largest in the world when measuring by total production per year. 97% of what you will see is my own filming content. Just one guy 10 days on the road with some drones and a pickup truck. The purpose of doing so was to show the immensity of this undertaking, the pride that comes when watching American ingenuity in its full glory, and the utter lack of imagination and truth telling displayed by our media. More deviously, it is my wish that the open border advocates that watch this video now understand that illegal immigration is dead, and shall be replaced by glorious legal immigration like my relatives that passed through Ellis Island in 1808.
This is an excellent site for Border Wall Progress: