Trump spoke glowingly of a wall in San Antonio, Texas, which he used to prove up his salient point, that “walls work.” Well, they may work, but emphatically, they do not work in San Antonio, because this is the first the people of San Antonio have heard about it. That’s right. San Antonio is 157 miles north of the Mexican border and they have no wall.
Glad we've protected the famously vulnerable border town of San Antonio… https://t.co/9RinfNHvSX
— Morgan Ross (@MorganBRoss) January 19, 2019
I have been to San Antonio and I must have missed the wall there!! Saw the Alamo, where Mexico whipped our ass though!! 😳😳😳 pic.twitter.com/sS2zGLzCu0
— Alive Chapman (@AliveChapman) January 19, 2019
I live in San Antonio. I have no idea what he’s talking about. There’s a wall around the Alamo but it sure didn’t keep out the Mexican Army.😳
— Paul Cobaugh (@PLCNarrativeStr) January 19, 2019
Not only thinking of the Alamo, where "the wall" didn't work, but WTAF is he talking about cities becoming safe "immediately"????
We have no walled-off cities in the US.
He really is the most ignorant person on this planet.
— TheDolphin🐬✌💕 (@CetaceanFreedom) January 19, 2019
Of all the examples Trump could have come up with, to frame his “walls work” theory, the Alamo was dead last on the list. Once again, another entry into the files of “You can’t make this shit up.”