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8-year-old climbed over replica of Trump's 'impenetrable' wall; an adult did it in 40 seconds

It’s like entire new galaxies full of stupid are being discovered every day.

So Trump has touted his wall as being “virtually impenetrable.” Which to me sounds like you’d need a special X-Men superpower to get through it.

Ah, but no. It’s literally child’s play.

After Trump bragged that his wall was “virtually impenetrable,” Rick Weber, co-founder of the Muir Valley rock climbing park in Rogers, Kentucky, organized an event for climbers interested in scaling a replica of the wall. But, of course, at least two people have already ascended Mount Trumpnuts.

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Weber took the President’s claim as a challenge. He says he constructed his own replica of the wall, relying on the wall’s official dimensions as well as recent images of the structure. This weekend, Weber is planning to invite climbers attending the “Rocktoberfest” rock climbing festival at the nearby Red River Gorge canyon system in Kentucky to climb the model. Guests will be challenged to compete to climb up and over the wall in the fastest time.

Several people have already managed to climb up the wall replica, including 8-year-old Lucy Hancock. Hancock didn’t use any ropes or other tools to climb the wall, but wore a belay, a safety device designed to catch a falling climber. An adult climber, Erik Kloeker, was up and over the wall in about 40 seconds.

And there you have it. The very expensive wall that shut down the government, debased minorities, and divided the nation is totally useless.

Ha. Like you didn’t know that already.

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