New prototypes for the wall President Trump intends to build on the southern border of the United States are proving to be far more resistant to illegal entry by immigrants than anything tried before, according to Fox News.
Eight prototypes tested by special operation teams from El Paso, Texas, and Florida showed that typical methods of illegal entry such as cutting torches, jackhammers and concrete saws were less successful than attempts at previous walls, and the new walls were virtually impossible to climb. One Department of Homeland Security official said, “I can’t talk about it. But the walls were so high we had to suspend testing. It was unsafe. Out of dozens of attempts, one guy made it to the top but he couldn’t get down. We had to bring him down with a cherry picker.”