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Link emerging between illegal immigration and infectious disease outbreaks across America

Illegal immigration

(NaturalNews) Measles and enteroviruses are making a comeback in the United States, slipping through the cracks of a poorly managed immigration system. Proper health screening of immigrants is nearly impossible now, because we have a system based on fear that encourages illegal immigration. This police state system is accompanied by a welfare-backed system lacking judicial process that ships undocumented children from Central America and Mexico to communities throughout the U.S. where they live off the American taxpayer. The government's massive immigration relocation operation in 2014 helped reunite immigrant families in America, but it has also threatened the livelihood of natural born citizens, not only taxing them harder to support the expanded welfare state but also exposing all Americans to unfamiliar viruses that have gone undetected in immigrants who have crossed the border illegally.

Massive immigrant relocation operation exposing healthy Americans to unfamiliar viruses from Central America

As Fox 11 News reported in 2014, the Border Patrol had scheduled flights carrying 280 immigrants a day to Southern California.

"Instead of solving the immigration problems along our border in Texas, President Obama has decided to spread that problem into communities in my congressional district and throughout Southern California," said Rep. Ken Calvert in a 2014 statement right before hundreds of undocumented immigrants were flown to his district.

Watchdog.org reported that 60,000 Central Americans had already entered the country illegally by that time in 2014. Crazy as it sounds, tens of thousands who crossed illegally were shipped to communities throughout the U.S.

After talking to several of the immigrants, Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert said, "Not only did they think they could come and get to stay, they had heard that the U.S. government would transport the children to wherever the parents were. What's going to happen is that they will be provided with health care, anything to meet their needs, and food stamps."

The massive immigration relocation operation has expanded government welfare programs which only tax U.S. citizens more. On top of that, funneling undocumented immigrants throughout the U.S. without proper health screening and disease prevention is exposing Americans to unfamiliar strains of measles and enterovirus.

Over the last 15 years, regional measles outbreaks have come and gone, with many clusters originating in California, where many undocumented immigrants migrate to. The Office of Refugee Resettlement calls for "vaccinations to all children who do not have documentation of previous valid doses of vaccine," but many of the children shipped over were never declared legal refugees.

"When children come into the Department of Health and Human Services program, they are given a well-child exam and given all needed childhood vaccinations to protect against communicable diseases," said a spokesman for the Department of Health and Human Services.

Many, possibly thousands, slip through the cracks. These children are not detained, do not enter detention centers and, if caught, may be released within 72 hours of their capture without any health screening.

Chris Cabrera, a 13-year Border Patrol veteran and VP of National Border Patrol Council chapter, told the true story in a recent radio interview.

"It's not always the ideal medical care," Cabrera confessed, "and a lot of it is slipping through the cracks. I read now one of the publications this morning that [reported] they had a bunch of people go in there in at a detention facility [that] had to be shut down due to chicken pox.

"It's kind of alarming, seeing as we toured that facility less than a month ago and they assured us that they had everything in order, that something like this wouldn't happen. And sure enough, it fell through the cracks."

Cabrera summed up the dire reality of the situation: "Medical problems, gang members that we're releasing; they're going to these cities, they're not staying down here. So these problems are going to be coming to your town."

CDC hints at foreign origins of measles

New measles outbreaks aren't coming from healthy un-vaccinated Americans, as the mainstream media suggests. As the CDC's Anne Schuchat explained, the "genotype of the virus that's associated with the Disneyland outbreak is causing outbreaks in 14 different countries around the world." This means the wild measles cases are likely coming from another country.

"We assume that someone got infected overseas, visited the parks and spread the disease to others," said Schuchat, who is the director of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.

This measles outbreak is similar to the one in 2005, where 58 cases sprang up in the U.S. As the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly reported, 54 were classified as "importation-associated," including "13 importations, 13 cases epidemiologically linked to importations, 18 with virologic evidence suggesting recent importation and 10 linked to cases with virologic evidence of recent importation."




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