CNN Publishes Alleged Drawings By Migrant Children That Show Consequences of Invading Country
CNN Wednesday published drawings that were allegedly made by migrant children who were temporarily held by Customs and Border Protection near the southern border, where migrants are illegally invading the United States. A massive human trafficking and cartel drug problem haunts the southern border as President Trump fights the globalist establishment to build his Wall, for which he declared a national emergency.
It appears that the migrant children learned a lesson about the rule of law and how invading another country is illegal.
CNN reported: “The pictures were drawn last week by three children, ages 10 and 11, at Catholic Charities Humanitarian Respite Center in McAllen, Texas, after being released by CBP. The staff at the center asked the children to depict their time in CBP custody. A social worker at the center gave the drawings to the American Academy of Pediatrics, which gave them to CNN.
“The fact that the drawings are so realistic and horrific gives us a view into what these children have experienced,” said Dr. Colleen Kraft, immediate past president of the AAP. “When a child draws this, it’s telling us that child felt like he or she was in jail.”
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US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed on June 14 that 5,200 adults were quarantined due to mumps or chicken pox exposure. 4,200 of these quarantined people have been exposed to mumps.
Mumps or chicken pox were confirmed present in 39 different migrant detention centers, according to ICE.
Amid a surge of Congolese migrants at the southern border — many of whom have already gained access to the United States and settled in San Antonio — The Center for Immigration Studies now reports that 35,000 more African migrants are headed to America’s southern border on the same general path trekked by Central American migrant hordes.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institutes of Health, as well as New York City and state and local governments began preparing for a possible Ebola outbreak shortly before the current Congolese migrant invasion on our southern border, as the Congo migrants journeyed from Africa to the United States.
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department partnered with the CDC and the Kentucky Department of Health beginning in February to monitor people traveling to and from the Ebola outbreak region on the African continent, with the local department acting on guidance provided by the federal and state government bodies.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is a branch of the National Institutes of Health, sponsored a clinical trial beginning in late January at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Ohio to test Ebola vaccines.
The Congo migrant “surge” at the southern border continues, as recently-landed Congo migrants in San Antonio, Texas described their six-month journey to the United States — during which time the government started making Ebola preparations instead of acting to stop the illegal migrant invasion.
New York City partnered with New York State to carry out an Ebola outbreak drill in April 2019, right around the time the city started looking for applicants to fill a “short-term” Ebola manager position for the city’s health department.
New York City’s health department issued a little-noticed public release on April 30 entitled “New York City and New Jersey Health Departments Conduct Emergency Exercise to Safely Transport a Simulated Ebola Patient to NYC Health + Hospitals / Bellevue.”
The drill, flagged by the global tracker Ebola Outbreak Map, was quietly conducted before the current Congo migrant surge at our southern border hit the press, with Congo migrants flooding into San Antonio, Texas amid the Ebola outbreak in their home country. Congo migrants said in June that their travel to the United States took six months, meaning that New York City was formally preparing for an Ebola outbreak while the migrants were on their way to America.