MSNBC: US Border Wall Is A ‘Terrible Obstacle’ For Bats And Migratory Birds (LOL) – God Help America! – Vid

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Birds who wish to come into the country illegally have found a friend in MSNBC.

According to a segment aired today on the network, the proposed border wall between U.S. and Mexico will now face a legal challenge from Congressman Raul Grijalva of Arizona and the Center for Biological Diversity:

According to the demands of the suit, construction of the wall must be halted until Trump orders a environmental impact study, because “numerous endangered species will be impacted.”

To give credibility to this claim, MSNBC Live host Craig Melvin brought in Animal Planet host Jeff Corwin, who argued that the wall would be “an unprecedented environmental catastrophe.”


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