Tuesday, September 06, 2016
Leprosy Emerges in Riverside, California
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When the buses were turned around in Murrieta, California in 2014 because a bunch of local residents protested at the Border Patrol Station, when asked about my involvement, aside from the unconstitutionality of the federal government's actions, I cited my concerns regarding health issues. A month before the Murrieta Immigration protests my granddaughter had contracted hand-mouth-and-foot disease. Reports were floating around indicating that the illegal aliens being shipped into our community were sick with diseases like tuberculosis, chagas, scabies, and small pox. One of the Border Patrol agents, afterward, wound up testing positive for TB.
In the following months we had a measles scare at Disneyland, and other diseases began to rise up and show themselves.
The United States had all but eradicated these diseases in our country, and a large part of that was because of our strict immigration policies. To come into this country, aside from the monetary cost, a potential immigrant would need to go through a litany of tests to ensure they are not diseased.
Through illegal immigration, and the Democrats importing people from troubled parts of the world while calling them "refugees", we are literally allowing the most infectious diseases in the world to walk across the border.
Last week in Jurupa Hills, an area in Riverside, California, two cases of leprosy have been reported.
I guarantee you it didn't just suddenly pop up for no reason.
Letters were sent home to parents to inform them of the two cases of the disease discovered at a local school.
Yet another reason we need to be vigilant in securing our borders, and enforcing our immigration laws in a strict manner. Illegal immigration has all kinds of problems that comes with it. It violates the rule of law. It creates a national security risk with illegal immigration has potential terrorists existing in the mix. And, we are welcoming into our country diseases which places our communities, and our children, at risk. Are we not willing to at least defend our children against this? Illegal immigration impacts all Americans, and it places our children at risk.
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