2 New Yorkers Who Were Attending an AIPAC Conference in DC Tested Positive for Coronavirus
Fox 5 DC reported that two people from New York who were in attendance at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference in D.C. last weekend have tested positive for the coronavirus,
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee group posted a Twitter statement regarding the confirmation around 5:30 P.M. on March 6, 2020.
Important Update: Coronavirus
— AIPAC (@AIPAC) March 6, 2020
Washington elected officials and other participants of AIPAC’s annual policy conference were warned by the organization on Wednesday that a group of attendees had potentially been in contact with an individual from New York who had recently caught the coronavirus.
So far, two dozen cases have been confirmed in the state of New York.
On Thursday night, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan revealed that three cases had been identified in Montgomery County, which is situated north of Washington D.C.
Raheem Kassam , Editor-in-Chief of the National Pulse, reacted to this news on Twitter:
“This means coronavirus is all over DC. AIPAC is huge. These people will have gone to bars, restaurants, Capitol Hill, maybe the White House. Barren down the hatches, guys and gals. https://twitter.com/fox5dc/status/1236061799033769984”
This means coronavirus is all over DC.
AIPAC is huge. These people will have gone to bars, restaurants, Capitol Hill, maybe the White House.
Barren down the hatches, guys and gals. https://t.co/1TWX4UBcLp
— Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) March 6, 2020
This goes to show why the U.S. must have tight border security when it comes to the movement people from abroad.
Political elites have been lulled to sleep by globalist propaganda advocating for the free movement of people, all in the name of boosting GDP.
Control of a country’s borders is integral in maintaining a functional nation state.
By buying into globalist bromides, the U.S. is leaving itself susceptible to public health crises, the development of fifth columns in its political jurisdiction, and an unprecedented demographic displacement.