DUCEY DOES IT: Arizona Gov Builds Yuma Border Wall, ‘Did Job the Fed Government Failed to Do’

The wall is going up —whether Joe Biden likes it or not.

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, citing “the worst border crisis in over 20 years,” signed a bill back in June that financed construction of a wall in Yuma —one of the most popular locations for migrant crossings.

Ducey shared the news on Twitter.

“11 days. 5 gaps. 130 shipping containers. 3,820 linear feet. 48 workers. We did it. Yuma is safer today.”

“In just 11 days, Arizona did the job the federal government has failed to do — and we showed them just how quickly and efficiently the border can be made more secure — if you want to,” Ducey said in a statement.