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A state judge in Texas has temporarily halted construction of a stretch of private border wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, citing the project's potential for "imminent and irreparable harm" to a butterfly sanctuary.
The National butterfly center in Mission/McAllen Texas has been all over the news lately because the director, Marianna Trevino Wright opposes Trump's border wall. They filed a suit to stop it, but judge ruled against them. CNN has done a segment from the butterfly center.
You can see that she went to Columbia University and has been involved with health centers and children organizations.
From the center's website, you can see that the place and the National Association o (NABA) is funded by Rhodes Enterprise, owned by Mike Rhodes, a real estate developer. Reading Mike's history, it appears he got his money through his wife's family packing plant, which he sold, and then, rather than retire, he just happen to buy thousands of acres in Hidalgo County, Texas, which is on the Mexican border and noted at the most notorious county for drug and human trafficking across the Mexican border. There is a two part article about him linked below
May not be nothing to this, but one can't help but think the Deep State owns both of these people and they bought up much of the property along the border, just in case somebody like Trump came along and actually tried to build the wall. All that IS known is that CNN is pushing this story hard so something stinks about it.
Different connections below if you wish to poke around.
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