Companies who have a stake in President Donald Trump's border wall will have a hard time conducting themselves in San Diego. That's because the city is blacklisting construction contractors who are applying for permits or city contracts.
According to The Washington Free Beacon, liberals and Democrats in California municipalities are punishing businesses working on and bidding to build the wall and its prototype.
In a 3-1 vote, the San Diego City Council, which is overwhelmingly Democratic, sanctioned officials to analyze a company's past, present, and future work including planned bids for Trump's wall.
Democratic Council President Barbara Bry said, "Trump's border wall does nothing to promote San Diego's robust economy and our positive international ties with Mexico. Our region is stronger because of our cross-border exchange with our neighbors to the south."
Republican Councilman Chris Cate said the move sets a "bad precedent" by shaming employers and their employees.
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