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As millions of unassimilables cross into fading America, the mighty imperial military spruces up for them. Rather than repel the invasion, the Army plays Tom Sawyer’s mark, whitewashing the fence wall “barrier.”

United States military personnel deployed near the U.S.-Mexico border have reportedly been assigned to paint certain barrier structures to strengthen their “aesthetic appearance.”

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) informed Congress that troops are going to spend the next month painting barriers and that “the primary purpose is to improve the aesthetic appearance.”

“DHS informed Congress today that troops are going to spend the next month painting the border wall & “the primary purpose is to improve the aesthetic appearance.” A disgraceful misuse of taxpayer $$. Our military has more important work to do than making Trump’s wall beautiful.”

It’s a sad day when Dick Durbin makes sense.

Meanwhile, a Texas government school teacher is fired after pleading with Trump to do his job and remove criminal aliens from her district.

A high school teacher in Texas was fired Tuesday over some tweets she sent to President Trump, asking him to do something about the illegal immigrants in her school district.

The Fort Worth Independent School District Board of Trustees voted on Tuesday to terminate the contract of English language arts teacher Georgia Clark, who has worked for the district since 1998.

The Carter-Riverside High School teacher tweeted what she thought were private messages directed at President Trump last month, but the comments were public and sparked a huge controversy in the Fort Worth community.

“Mr. President, Fort Worth Independent School District is loaded with illegal students from Mexico. Carter-Riverside High School has been taken over by them. Drug dealers are on our campus and nothing was done to them,” one tweet read.

Natural conservatives, dealing the dope that lazy Americans just won’t deal anymore. Shame on this woman.

I can fully believe that nothing is done about ordinary criminality, just as nothing is done about the invasion. Maybe Mrs. Clark can get a job helping paint the fence.