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Thursday, July 17, 2014

ABC disappears article on health debacle at border, substitutes "feds have everything under control"nonsense in it's place.




On Friday ABC pulled the story I linked to and replaced it with a story saying that all is well with the medical situation on the border. Now they say everything is being taken care of by the feds and everyone can relax.  Instead of giving the new BS story it's own URL they did away with the original story and put this made up article in it's place.


Exclusive: Feds Struggling to Cope With Medical ‘Breakdown’ at the Border


Link to ABC story above.



You have to see this video to believe it's this bad. 


Who is making the decision to let these people into the country?


15 comments:

  1. I know it's sad to say this but an epidemic outbreak they cannot handle and gets out along the border may in the end shake enough people to do some good. The people need to be shook up I am afraid to say or things will just get worse.

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    1. Wait til they start sticking these kids in public schools, which I absolutely guarantee they will. The government is sticking state and local governments with thousands of children and nobody to take care of them. Some bleeding heart is going to say "well, they must go to school" and then the real problems begin. When I was teaching we had problems enough with head lice, fleas, and kids bringing in virus type diseases that then spread through the whole classroom. I can't imagine how teachers will handle this bunch. If I were a parent with kids in schools I'd be berserk, because the hand writing is on the wall. Of course, the bleeding hearts who make this call won't worry, because there kids sure as hell aren't in public schools. They'll be safe from all the problems in public schools, because they will be at Evergreen Academy For The Rich and Privileged.

      It makes me sick.

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  2. I'm surprised that one of the alphabet news agencies would run this story. They usually go out of their way to avoid anything that might reflect badly on the Emperor and Chief. I am afraid that by the time the two political parties in Washington stop sniping at one another, it will be too late. While they are busy doing their interviews in front of the cameras, blaming each other for this disaster, diseases are spreading. Beam me up, Scotty. I see no sign of intelligent life here.

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    1. The elite making the decisions can do so in the sublime knowledge that they themselves will not be effected by anything that results as a consequence. Juan Valdez isn't going to break into their houses in their guarded, gated communities. Jorge Gonzolez isn't going to give their kids TB because their kids don't go to public schools. The aristocrats make the decisions and the working class pays the piper.

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  3. I can't add anything that has not already been sad by P.P. & Vicki. It doesn't matter who is in D.C. Rookie or other wise. They are all the same.

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    1. I think even if someone goes to D.C. with a good heart, they are soon corrupted. Look at Randy Cunningham and what happened to him.

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  4. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    If I see people dropping like flies down here in South Texas, I will let you know and run the other way, or better yet. I will run the other way and then let you know.

    Were pretty insolated down here where I'm at. Most of the OTM's are being transported outta here and deposited all over the country.
    One local source or news I could recommend checking out online is KGRV.com. That tv station has been reporting the illegal crossing thing since it began and it's a good source for 'ground zero news"

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    1. Pandemics start one place and then spread everywhere. The U.S. is already dealing with a number of diseases we had previously eradicated and some new one's we never had before. You might be well advised to get that West Texas land you wanted and fort up out in the wilderness.

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  5. No one ever seems to agree. So much of government revolves around who has more money, who has more backers, and who is more powerful in the media. It's so sad!

    We need a whole governmental system just for the border.

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    1. Alissa, I think we need a whole new governmental system. The one we have is totally dysfunctional.

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  6. I'm commenting now that I watched the video. I don't know if I've ever mentioned to you that my youngest had Meningitis before he could get all his shots at 2 months, my oldest had a life threatening staph infection - in his neck we're thinking from an ear infection on the same side, and my mom was one of the last to get Polio.

    While I understand why people question vaccinations, there's a stronger part of me that is totally for them. I've seen what Meningitis in particular can do. Isaak had a high white blood cell count, high fever, and was really sick. We're lucky we caught it early.

    I have a friend that was adopted from the Philippines. His twin brother got Meningitis there. He had little to no treatment and is in a wheel chair, he's mentally not there, and has hearing loss.

    We had an infectious disease doctor on both Mica and Isaak's cases. One of their first questions both times were: "Do you have illegal immigrants living in your basement?" My answer was, "No! Just my husband, my mom that's an RN, my sister that's an RN, and I watch him. They don't even go to daycare."

    Antibiotics are just sold on the streets of Mexico, and we wonder why they don't work here. Staph is a super infection that can hardly be treated anymore.

    Sickness isn't something you want to mess with.

    It's scary stuff!

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    1. Alissa, You are exactly right. I know people are afraid of vaccinations because some say they are related to ADHD. But I have been in countries where vaccinations are simply not bothered with and the result is awful. I was in Turkey during a cholera epidemic in the early 80's, in the far eastern part of the country which is pretty isolated. It was terrible. It could have been avoided with proper medical precautions, but instead it created a scene that was medieval, right out of the dark ages. That could happen here. As you point out, illegal aliens carry versions of some appalling diseases that are immune or resistant to our antibiotics. When those get loose in a classroom , with the kids all packed in there, the results can be very bad.

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  7. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    Heres a report from over in Corpus Christi, Texas about a scabies outbreak.

    http://www.kristv.com/news/local-health-care-facility-temporarily-shut-down-after-scabies-outbreak/

    first report of outbreak that I have heard of in South Texas.

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  8. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    I'm stuck here in South Texas for now. Cant move out to West Texas in an isolated area, however I do have kinda a group composed of two full RN's, one gun guy, one welder, one mechanic, one engineer, one truck driver (who's a jack of all trades) and myself. I know a like minded dentist too and then there is myself.

    I can move to West Texas but I would lose many contacts and several highly trusted individuals.
    Like I said before, if you guys had to make your way out to South Texas, you and your family would be welcomed.

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    1. Maybe you should head on out there while there is still time. It takes a good long while to make a change like that and set yourself up.

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