Border Patrol Agent Hospitalized With COVID After Responding To Biden’s Border Crisis

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U.S. Border Patrol agent Kostas Papadopoulos has been hospitalized for weeks with COVID-19.

Papadopoulos contracted COVID after being sent to the border on March 1st to help deal with Biden’s Border Crisis.

Fox News reported:

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A Maine man and U.S. Border Patrol agent who was assigned to work along the southern border in Texas earlier this year has been hospitalized for weeks after contracting the novel coronavirus, his loved ones have said.

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Kostas Papadopoulos was deployed to Texas on March 1 “to assist with the current migrant crisis” and, that same month was hospitalized with COVID-19, according to a GoFundMe page created to benefit him and his family. The page does not specify how long he was in Texas before he got sick.

A Go-Fund-Me was started for the family.

It has raised $34,743 so far.

Kostas has three young children and has not seen them since late February.

Joe Biden continues to put migrants first.

While Americans are being lectured about wearing masks and getting vaccinated Biden is weakening immigration laws, which is driving COVID positive migrants to the United States.

Once they get to the border Biden releases them into the United States.

Super-Spreader Joe Biden Is Releasing COVID Positive Migrants into US Interior

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