Should we take money earmarked for the border wall to help fight the coronavirus?

Correll

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Should we take money earmarked for the border wall to help fight the coronavirus?

Let's take all the money earmarked for students who want to be lawyers, and all the students who want to do any type of minority studies and use that to build the wall, and call it an anti-coronavirus strategy.
 

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Should we take money earmarked for the border wall to help fight the coronavirus?
Trump took money from the budget that was voted on by Congress to build hospitals and reallocated it for his wall. Trump will NOT let his wall go unbuilt, PERIOD

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Should we take money earmarked for the border wall to help fight the coronavirus?
The wall may not be built in time to help with the Coronavirus, but anything that increases the security of our borders must certainly be considered an important part of protecting us against other diseases that invading foreign criminals might bring into the country.
 

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Should we take money earmarked for the border wall to help fight the coronavirus?
Trump took money from the budget that was voted on by Congress to build hospitals and reallocated it for his wall. Trump will NOT let his wall go unbuilt, PERIOD

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Except for VA and military hospitals, there are no federal hospitals in the US.
 

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Building the wall 'IS' fighting the Coronavirus.


Excellent point.

I wonder how many remember that the swine flu began in Mexico.


"The swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) virus that appeared in 2009 and was first found in human beings in Mexico, is a reassortant with at least three parents. Six of the genes are closest in sequence to those of H1N2 'triple-reassortant' influenza viruses isolated from pigs in North America around 1999-2000.Nov 24, 2009"

From where did the 2009 'swine-origin' influenza A virus ...

 

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