Cuccinelli: Caravan heading to US-Mexico border acting as 'human Petri dish'
Added 01-18-21 11:29:01pm EST - “Acting Homeland Security Deputy Secretary? Ken Cuccinelli warned Monday of a surge in coronavirus transmissions with? thousands of migrants expected to reach the U.S.-Mexico border in the early weeks of the incoming Biden administration.” - Foxnews.com
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Acting Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli warned Monday of a surge in coronavirus transmissions with thousands of migrants expected to reach the U.S.-Mexico border in the early weeks of the incoming Biden administration.
More than 3,000 Honduran migrants moved into Guatemala on Friday as part of a larger caravan that left a Honduran city earlier in the day en route to the U.S. They are hoping for a warmer reception when they arrive at the border in light of the President-elect's pledge to reverse the Trump administration's policies on border security and illegal immigration.
"When these caravans come up and really [thoughought] the whole illegal immigrant pipeline, Sean, they are in tight conditions that they don’t control with people who don’t care about them," Cuccinelli told "Hannity."
"Let’s be very clear about that," he added. "It is an absolute human Petri dish opportunity for the transmission of a demonstrably very transmissible virus, and then we have to worry about this new strain now."
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