NATIONAL EMERGENCY: 2,000+ Migrants Quarantined After Bringing Disease Across US Southern Border
The record influx of third-world migrants, aided and abetted by Democratic Party and Chamber of Koch-owned Republicans in the legislature, is bringing disease into the United States, and ICE made the decision yesterday to quarantine over 2000 migrants as a result.
“As of March 7, 2019, there was a total of 2,287 detainees cohorted for exposure to a detainee with a contagious condition,” ICE spokesperson Brendan Raedy said in a statement.
Raedy says that third-world migrants are bringing a whole host of diseases across the border including mumps, chickenpox and influenza. They discovered this after conducting a public health investigation at 51 ICE detention facilities.
Although Big Pharma shills like to stigmatize concerned mothers and other vaccine skeptics for an increase in mumps outbreaks, there have been 236 reported cases of mumps among the migrants with 16 additional suspected cases. This suggests that the globalist-sponsored national emergency at the border may be the real culprit for this public health crisis.
“ICE takes very seriously the health, safety and welfare of those in our care. ICE is committed to ensuring the welfare of all those in the agency’s custody, including providing access to necessary and appropriate medical care,” Raedy said.
As Democrats continuously push to cap detention spaces for third-world migrants, the crowded areas where ICE must contain migrants are leading to the spread of more disease. Dr. David Persse, who works with the public health authority of Houston, believes that this disaster was not difficult to see coming.
“To some degree, this is foreseeable, because you’re bringing a lot of people and housing them in tight spaces for long periods,” Persse said.
“Migrants travel north from countries where poverty and disease are rampant, and their health can be aggravated by the physical toll of the journey,” US Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan said while appearing before Congress.
“Many individuals we encounter may have never seen a doctor, received immunizations, or lived in sanitary conditions. Close quarters on trains and buses can hasten the spread of communicable diseases,” McAleenan added.
Once again, Trump’s supposedly caustic rhetoric on the campaign trail has been proven completely correct.
“Tremendous infectious disease is pouring across the border,” Trump said back in 2015. The United States has become a dumping ground for Mexico and, in fact, for many other parts of the world.”
It did not have to be this way. If the Democratic-led Congress were willing to pass common sense reforms to give ICE the tools they need to protect the border, the national emergency would not be contributing to the downfall of our public health as well.