‘Walls Across America’: New Series Spotlights Dems Who Live in Homes Enforced by Massive Walls

Monica Sanchez | January 14, 2019
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A new YouTube series is calling out Democrats’ hypocrisy over the party’s ongoing campaign against the construction of a wall on the U.S.-southern border.

The series, “Walls Across America,” created by Daily Caller’s Benny Johnson, plans to go to the homes of several Democrats to show that despite their claims that a border wall is "immoral," they believe walls are effective – because they live behind massive ones.

Johnson kicked off the series on Sunday at liberal billionaire activist George Soros’s Long Island, N.Y., home.

Soros, unsurprisingly, has a massive, approximately ten-foot-tall wall that wraps around his 11,500 square feet property in Southampton on the east end of Long Island.

The concrete wall features cameras and guards at the entrance and runs so long that it wraps around a block, extending all the way into a nearby beach.

“That is a proper medieval compound,” he said, likely in reference to President Trump’s recent rebuke of his critics who say that border walls are “medieval.”

“George Soros’s own personal great wall,” Johnson said, adding that the sight of the wall “would make Donald Trump dream at night.”

Here is the view of the property and the wall that surrounds it, clearly picked up by Google's satellites. 


Johnson went on to say that the point of his video “is not to troll George Soros,” but to show how he chooses to protect the people and things he loves.

“The point of this is not to troll George Soros,” said Johnson. “He’s a wealthy man, he has a family, he has a wife. He has things he wants to protect. He chooses to protect his property with a wall, with security, with cameras, with guards. That’s the question for America, how do you protect the things you love? The way George Soros chooses to is with a wall! And a really big beautiful door where you can ask permission to come inside.”

Johnson also did a video on the wall surrounding former President Obama’s home in Washington, D.C., in the beginning of January, though it wasn’t part of the series. Ironically, Johnson couldn’t get close enough to see the wall surrounding the Obamas’ property, as there were several other walls and security measures preventing him from anywhere closer than 1,000 feet.

H/T RedState

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