Senators Thom Tillis, David Perdue, Cory Gardner and Martha McSally cast embarrassingly transparent votes in favor of their political careers President Trump’s fake national emergency last week.
This week, their votes are coming back to haunt them in the form of millions of dollars in military construction funding that could be culled from their states to fund Trump’s wall.
Here’s a glimpse of early coverage of the potential damage to military facilities and families in North Carolina, Georgia, Colorado and Arizona.
AP: Military construction in Ga., Carolinas among possible projects cut to fund border wall
By AP | March 19, 2019
“The list included more than $100 million for water treatment plant improvements at Camp Lejeune and airfield security and other work at Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station in North Carolina. That is the home state to Republican Sen. Thom Tillis, who initially said he opposed Trump’s emergency but voted for it.”
Read more after the jump.