Donald Trump said he is building a wall in Colorado. Yes, he really said that. He also said he is building one in New Mexico. While everyone is focused on the wall in Colorado, they are missing the important thing about what Trump said. It wasn’t a faux pas; it was a Trump slip-up exposing what is really behind the drive to build a wall.

Some believe the fiction that The Wall is about keeping the country safe. Donald Trump argues this point. Trump and his supporters want you to believe that the wall will keep America great. Never mind that the facts prove otherwise.

The unvarnished reality is that The Wall is about keeping “brown people” in their place.

No one wants to discuss this because it is an ugly truth. Donald Trump knows this, and he let the truth out with his comment about building a wall in New Mexico and another one in Colorado.

Some are snickering – rightly so – about the Colorado wall, but the ugly reality is that it betrays the real reason behind The Wall.

Look at the map of the United States and the agenda behind The Wall becomes crystal clear.

Note that Donald Trump said he is building a wall on New Mexico’s border. Almost everyone assumes that he meant a wall on the U.S.-México border. But Trump slipped up by adding Colorado as another place he is building a wall.

What Trump let out is that The Wall he really wishes to build but is too chicken to publicly admit, is one that keeps “brown people” in their place.

If you take Trump’s words as he said them, he means a wall separating Colorado from New Mexico.

It wasn’t a faux pas, it was a slip of the tongue where the real agenda is admitted to, by Trump.

The Wall was never about keeping the country safe. It was always about keeping “brown people” in their place.

Donald Trump just acknowledged that on October 23, 2019.

Martin Paredes

Martín Paredes is a Mexican immigrant who built his business on the U.S.-Mexican border. As an immigrant, Martín brings the perspective of someone who sees México as a native through the experience...

2 replies on “The Colorado Wall”

  1. You have to think outside the box, Marteen. There’s all kinds of walls, muros, paredes, corrales. There’s emotional walls of our own making and there’s spiritual walls. What kind of wall would you build to keep demons out?

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