Crews removed shipping containers used to fill gaps in the border wall near Yuma, Arizona, but farmers say the makeshift wall was helping amid a surge of migrants.
Hannah Ray Lambert is an associate producer/writer with Fox News Digital Originals.
Then-Gov. Doug Ducey ordered construction of the container wall over the summer to plug gaps in the unfinished border wall. The work was about a third complete last month when the state agreed to remove the containers under pressure from the Biden administration and protesters concerned about environmental impacts.
"There was nothing impacting the environment in any way," Muller said. "That’s ridiculous."