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CDC slams Obama as an amateur 'Marxist' president for allowing disease-infested illegals to swarm across the border


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(NaturalNews) After last summer's massive influx of illegal immigrant minors from southern Mexico and a number of failed Central American countries, one official at the nation's top public health agency described President Barack Obama in an email as "the worst pres we have ever had."

Further, the official, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Logistics Management Specialist George Roark, said in an email to CDC Public Health Advisor William Adams that President Obama was an "amateur" and "Marxist," according to internal emails obtained by legal and government watchdog Judicial Watch.

The revelations were contained in documents JW obtained as part of an investigation into the CDC's activation of an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) during the summer months of 2014 to handle the tens of thousands of illegal alien minors who were streaming into the country.

The illegal alien children came largely from Central America, aided in part by elements in Mexico; many crossed into the United States carrying contagious diseases, most of which had previously been eradicated in the U.S., causing major health concerns.

'Worst we've ever had'

"The CDC, which operates under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), responded by opening an emergency facility designed to monitor and coordinate response activities to eminent public health threats," JW said in a press release. "This special emergency division was created after the 2001 terrorist attacks and has responded to more than 50 public health threats, including hurricanes, food borne disease outbreaks, the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic and the Haiti cholera outbreak."

The records obtained by the watchdog group included emails between agency officials who were directly involved in setting up and activating the EOC, in an effort to handle the major influx of alien minors.

In one email to Adams dated June 9, 2014, Roark observed that "no country in the world would allow" such a dramatic influx of illegal immigrants. In response, Adams said that "in ten years or less, they'll all be voting...Commander's intent..."

Roark answered that Obama is "the worst pres we have ever had...he truly is 'the amateur' but a Marxist too."

During a public health emergency, JW noted, scientists from all across the CDC are brought together to analyze, validate and efficiently exchange information, as well as connect with response partners.

The EOC also coordinated the deployment of CDC staff, as well as the procurement and management of all equipment and supplies the health agency's officials would need during their deployment.

"It's a major and costly operation that can stick American taxpayers with a huge tab. That's why JW launched a probe when the Obama administration took in the illegal immigrants, initially coined Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC), with open arms last summer," the organization said.

Administration was expecting the surge

The group has filed suit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in a bid to obtain planning records that involved the crisis, as well as any and all information related to the solicitation of "on-demand escort services" for the 65,000 unaccompanied alien children that remain inside the U.S.

In 2014, JW also reported that some illegal minors came into the country carrying serious diseases such as swine flu, dengue fever, tuberculosis and quite possibly the Ebola virus.

Initially the Obama administration - and the president, in particular - denied any knowledge that the surge of illegal alien children was caused by White House policies loosening deportation requirements.

But a federal government request for "escort services for unaccompanied alien children" dated January of 2014 proves the administration was well aware that, as a result of the president's order, children by the thousands would be sent to the U.S.

The request says the government was expected a surge of at least 65,000 children, The Blaze reported.






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