Fox Nation correspondent Tomi Lahren has lost her mind again, and Little Miss Flint is trying to help her find it.

The conservative 26-year-old who hosts the outlet's online series Final Thoughts penned a tweet claiming $5 billion spent on a U.S. border wall will be the best money taxpayers have ever spent. 

Flint activist Mari Copeny responded to the tweet arguing the country should be using such money on water upgrades and testing given Flint's ongoing water crisis

Copeny is the founder of Dear Flint Kids, a project which sends encouraging letters and treats to kids suffering from the effects of the crisis. The outspoken advocate tweets uplifting messages to Flint children and is also a cheerleader and "chief change agent" with Pack Your Back, an organization committed to delivering water and supplies to residents.  

The dialogue between Lohren and Copeny comes after Donald Trump recently threatened to shut down the government if Congress does not fund building the U.S.-Mexico border wall. The ultimatum was presented during a sit-down with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in the Oval Office earlier this week. 

“If we don’t get what we want one way or another… I will shut down the government,” Trump said in the meeting aired by CNN.

On Thursday, Lahren posted a tweet doubling down on her support of Trump and his border wall with the hashtag #BuildThatWall. 


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