Originally published November 9 2014
More American children die from polio-like virus spread by Obama administration busing illegal immigrants throughout country
by Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) The mysteries surrounding enterovirus D68, or EV-D68 -- and particularly where it originated -- are in the process of being solved, as a major elephant in the room is slowly acknowledged. Prevalent in Central America, the sudden spread of enterovirus in the U.S. this past summer has one obvious cause that the mainstream media has been reluctant to recognize: the deliberate busing of illegal immigrant children to secret locations throughout the U.S. by the Obama Administration.
Since August, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has acknowledged that at least nine U.S. children have died from the respiratory illness during the current outbreak. More than 1,100 people in 47 states and the District of Columbia have reportedly suffered through it and lived, according to the public health agency, with some hospitals more recently indicating a decline in new cases.
But what may have triggered this particular outbreak is not addressed anywhere on the CDC website, even though its timing directly coincides with when all those Obamabuses started transporting illegal alien children from Central America to undisclosed locations throughout the country. The CDC simply chalks it up to chance, categorizing it alongside the "millions of respiratory illnesses" that supposedly occur annually in children.
It is a fact, though, that since late last year the Obama Administration has been busy relocating potentially infected children to various drop points throughout the U.S. As you may recall, many states indicated that they had no idea that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was shipping illegal aliens to U.S. cities, effectively burdening them with having to care for these mostly children and address any health issues from which they were currently suffering.
Study suggests EV-D68 was brought into the U.S. from Latin America A 2013 study published in the Virology Journal provides further clues as to the source of EV-D68, noting that many of the 3,375 young and ill children evaluated as part of a clinical review tested positive for the virus. These children hailed from countries like El Salvador and Nicaragua, from where many of the illegal alien children also came.
"The CDC hasn't suggested reasons for the current uptick or its origin," Sharyl Attkisson, a former NBC News journalist who has been targeted by the Obama Administration, wrote in a recent piece. "Without that answer, some question whether the disease is being spread by the presence of tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children from Central America admitted to the U.S. in the past year."
"Though the U.S. government is keeping secret the locations of the illegal immigrant children, there are significant numbers of them in both cities in which the current outbreak was first identified, Kansas City, Missouri[,] and Chicago, Illinois, according to local advocates and press reports."
EV-D68 shares similarities with EbolaKnown as a positive-sense, or "plus-strand," RNA (ribonucleic acid) enterovirus, EV-D68 can cause debilitating paralysis and death, severe outcomes that have been observed throughout the U.S. during the past several months. Ebola, on the other hand, is also an RNA virus -- a virus that has RNA as it's genetic material; however, Ebola is a negative-sense RNA filovirus, which means that, unlike EV-D68, it's genetic code must be translated before being able to infect a host.
Also related is so-called "hand, foot and mouth disease," another enterovirus that the CDC saw reemerge in the U.S. back in March. The sudden appearance of all these diseases at roughly the same time suggests, once again, that the Obama Administration's lawless immigration policies may be to blame.
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