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2016 Election Illegal Immigration

HYPOCRISY: Hillary Clinton’s Property has Massive 10-Foot-High Border Wall

Written by Philip Hodges

I know, I know. It’s not fair to compare a hypothetical border wall between the United States and Mexico – the kind that Donald Trump has campaigned on – with a fence around someone’s personal property. Or is it fair?

A person’s property is not unlike a tiny nation unto itself. A fence serves as a marker of boundaries, it protects the owner’s privacy, and it keeps people out. A country’s border wall would serve the same purpose.

The liberals’ talking points so far has been that putting up a border wall on the U.S.’s southern border would be “xenophobic” and “racist.” Or, as Hillary Clinton said in March:

“First of all, as I understand him, he’s talking about a very tall wall, a beautiful tall wall, the most beautiful tall wall, better than the Great Wall of China, that would run the entire border…He would somehow magically get the Mexican government to pay for it. It’s just fantasy.”

But those same people who mock the idea of a border wall are often the ones with the highest fences on their own property. It’s like politicians who rail against guns, but have no problem surrounding themselves with lots of security personnel who carry guns. They want to make sure that they’re protected, but not anyone else.

As it turns out, one of Hillary Clinton’s lavish properties has a huge fence – or border wall – around it. And it’s not just for looks. It must be at least ten feet high. Take a look at some of these.

Here’s an aerial shot of the Clintons’ Chappaqua, New York estate:

clinton house border wall aerial

Here’s some more up close photos:

hillary aerial photo

Hillary Clinton isn’t the only hypocrite liberal building fences. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg did the same thing with his 750-acre property on the island of Kauai in Hawaii, much to the dismay of his very distant neighbors – who had for years enjoyed the breeze and a great view of the ocean. Not anymore.

H/T:  The American Mirror

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