DAILYKENN.com -- Is this a strategic plan to infest America's children through toxic bacterial warfare? Or just another outward expression of third-world incompetence?
Probably the latter. Nonetheless it appears third-world children are being dumped in the USA forcing migration officials to contend with the prospects of a number of epidemics.
One of the reasons third-worlders invade the USA to take advantage of our advanced healthcare technology. And who can blame them?
We must, however, remind ourselves that there is a legitimate pathway to citizenship. It exists to protect our nation from a wide range of diseases.
We must also remind ourselves that many Western billionaires, such as George Soros, has the money to help alleviate the healthcare crisis throughout Mexico, Central America, and South America. It appears, however, Soros sponsored NGOs are more interested in shuffling the world's population to create globalist haven of "equity".
From USA Today ▼
Hundreds of migrants and their children seeking to enter the U.S. from Mexico are arriving with illnesses, forcing U.S. Customs and Border Protection to seek additional medical assistance and boost medical screenings, the agency disclosed Monday.
Between Dec. 22 and Sunday, the agency reported 451 cases referred to doctors or other providers, including 259 children. Among the children, half of the cases involved kids under the age of 5.
The ill migrants have been arriving with all kinds of ailments, many with flu or pneumonia that can be particularly pervasive and dangerous this time of year. Seventeen migrants have been hospitalized, including six children, according to the agency..
"The U.S. Border Patrol is doing everything in its power to handle this crisis," said Commissioner Kevin K. McAleenan in a statement. But he added, "The status quo is not acceptable" given the wave of immigrants arriving.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen said in a statement last week that the Border Patrol has detailed 139,817 migrants on the Southwest border in the past two months. That compares to 74,946 for the same period last year. These include 68,510 family members and 13,981 unaccompanied children.
Making matters worse, McAleenan said central American refugees are now arriving directly by bus, not just by foot, and that a "robust smuggling cycle continues."
Disclosure of the numbers of sick migrants come amid heightened concern about the medical condition of children in U.S. custody. Previously, the agency disclosed an 8-year-old boy from Guatemala died in custody on Christmas Eve, the second immigrant child to pass away in detention this month.
The boy, Felipe Gomez Alonzo, had been treated and released for cold and fever symptoms during nearly a week in U.S. custody, the agency said.
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