Lithuania follows Poland in completing border wall to stop illegal aliens | Eastern North Carolina Now

Lithuania has completed its new border wall along its entire 300+ mile long border with Belarus to block entry by illegal aliens.  Its pro-Putin neighbor, Belarus, has been flying Middle eastern and African migrants to their border with Lithuania and Poland to try to flood them with migrants.  Poland announced completion of its steel bollard style border wall along its entire 116 mile border with Belarus in July.

Lithuana says with the new border wall, complete with a new system of sensors, they will be able to secure the border with their border guard force and send the army back to its barracks.  When the border crisis emerged, both Poland and Lithuania sent their armies to the border to stop illegal aliens.  Lithuanian troops were given rules of engagment that directed them to use whatever level of force was necessary to stop illegal aliens from crossing the border.

Some European countries understand what needs to be done to prevent being invaded by illegal aliens, both in use of the military and in building border walls.  Why does the Biden regime not grasp this?

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( December 25th, 2022 @ 11:48 am )
( December 24th, 2022 @ 3:07 pm )
The disgusting omnibus actually prohibted use of funds for a border wall or enhanced border security on our border while giving hundreds of millions to middle eastern countries to protect their borders. When Arizona stacked up shipping containers to make a makeshift border wall, Biden demanded they take it down, and the weak RINO governor is doing so. Biden should be indicted for high treason for his anti-America border policies that make a mockery of our immigration laws. North Carolina has its own problem with our own amnesty whore Thom Tillis. Hats off to Poland and Lithuania. They recognize the problem and are taking solid steps to effectively deal with it.

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