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INFOWARS EXCLUSIVE: Illegals From Ebola-Stricken Congo Sent Across U.S. Options
alkarocky
#1 Posted : Tuesday, June 11, 2019 10:39:02 PM

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INFOWARS EXCLUSIVE: Illegals From Ebola-Stricken Congo Sent Across U.S.
Owen Shoryer and Rob Dew report live from San Antonio, Texas where hundreds of migrants are being dropped off from South America, Africa, and seldom Mexico.

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Pxtts
#2 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 9:21:09 AM

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This is BS, by the way.
alkarocky
#3 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 9:56:09 AM

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AND SO IT SPREADS.

Sneaky Sneaky Sneaky


5-year-old boy dies of Ebola as Uganda cases rise to 3

by RODNEY MUHUMUZA and AL-HADJI KUDRA MALIRO Associated PressWednesday, June 12th 2019
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FILE - This Tuesday, April, 16, 2019 file photo taken in Congo shows an Ebola health worker at a treatment center in Beni, Eastern Congo. Uganda's health ministry said late Tuesday, June 11, 2019 that a 5-year-old Congolese boy who crossed into Uganda has tested positive for Ebola in what is the first cross-border case of the deadly virus since an outbreak started in neighboring Congo last year. (AP Photo/Al-hadji Kudra Maliro, File)



KASINDI, Congo airplane — A 5-year-old boy vomiting blood became the first cross-border victim of Ebola in the current outbreak on Wednesday, while two more people in Uganda tested positive for the highly contagious disease that has killed nearly 1,400 in Congo.
The boy, part of a Congolese family who crossed into Uganda earlier in the week, died overnight, the World Health Organization said. Ugandan authorities said the two new cases are his 3-year-old brother and 50-year-old grandmother, who have been isolated at a hospital near the Congo border. Uganda now has three confirmed Ebola cases.

This photo released by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) shows hospital staff and others being briefed on how to keep themselves safe, at Bwera hospital where the confirmed and suspected cases of Ebola are being treated Wednesday, June 12, 2019 in Kasese District, western Uganda, near the border with Congo. (Ben Wise/International Rescue Committee via AP)
Authorities are trying to determine how the family, exposed to the virus via a sick relative in Congo, managed to cross a border where health officials have been screening millions of travelers for months.
This has become the second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history since the first cases were declared in August. A WHO expert committee has been alerted for a possible meeting on whether to declare a global health emergency now that the outbreak has crossed the border, a spokesman said.
Experts have long feared Ebola could spread to neighboring countries because of rebel attacks and community resistance hampering virus containment work in eastern Congo, one of the world's most turbulent regions. The virus can spread quickly via close contact with bodily fluids of those infected and can be fatal in up to 90% of cases.
Congo's health ministry said a dozen members of the boy's family had showed symptoms of Ebola. They were not placed in isolation and instead were told to remain where they were staying until transport was found to an Ebola treatment unit in Beni, Dr. Dominique Kabongo, coordinator of Ebola response teams in Kasindi, told the AP.

This photo taken Thursday, April 18, 2019 and released by the International Rescue Committee (IRC), shows the shores of Lake Albert near the border with Congo, at Kabakanga in Kagadi district, western Uganda. (Ben Wise/International Rescue Committee via AP)
Instead half of the family quietly crossed into Uganda, while five of the others have tested positive for Ebola since being taken to Beni, Congo's health ministry said.
"Many people are evading customs and using small footpaths and it is difficult for us to follow the contacts," Kabongo said.
The family likely did not pass through official border points, where health workers screen all travelers for a high temperature and isolate those who show signs of illness.


https://foxsanantonio.co...s-uganda-cases-rise-to-3
monk37
#4 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 10:47:38 AM

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Pxtts wrote:
This is BS, by the way.


What exactly is BS about it Pxtts ?

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gboisjo
#5 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 11:32:48 AM

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Africa as a whole is disease ridden continent. More than 2,000 cases have been recorded in neighboring DR Congo in the last 10 months - most of which have been fatal.

People are infected when they have direct contact through broken skin, or the mouth and nose, with the blood, vomit, feces or bodily fluids of someone with Ebola.

Kinda like HIV or AIDS, avoidable for most people who use a bit of common sense.
alkarocky
#6 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 11:34:56 AM

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gboisjo wrote:

Africa as a whole is disease ridden continent. More than 2,000 cases have been recorded in neighboring DR Congo in the last 10 months - most of which have been fatal.

People are infected when they have direct contact through broken skin, or the mouth and nose, with the blood, vomit, feces or bodily fluids of someone with Ebola.

Kinda like HIV or AIDS, avoidable for most people who use a bit of common sense.
;;;

ya mean like these trained workers Sneaky

think they had common sense

Unprecedented number of health care workers infected with Ebola. More than 240 doctors and nurses working in West Africa to try to contain the Ebola epidemic have become infected with the illness, and more than 120 have died, the World Health Organization says. The health agency issued a statement Tuesday detailing...
Unprecedented number of health care workers infected with ...
www.ctvnews.ca/health/he...e-workers-infected-with-

https://www.ctvnews.ca/h...ted-with-ebola-1.1976465
Pxtts
#7 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:22:39 PM

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monk37 wrote:
Pxtts wrote:
This is BS, by the way.


What exactly is BS about it Pxtts ?



Sent across US.
alkarocky
#8 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 1:47:07 PM

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monk37
#9 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 1:50:57 PM

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Pxtts wrote:
monk37 wrote:
Pxtts wrote:
This is BS, by the way.


What exactly is BS about it Pxtts ?



Sent across US.


Apprehended Illegals are routinely processed in the now overwhelmed areas along the border and sent to other now overwhelmed places like San Antonio where they try to find other destinations across the country to absorb them into communities but where they can freely go wherever they want to.

Here's an article of interest about what we know and don't know about this disease.

https://www.npr.org/sect...a-and-didnt-even-know-it

What If You Had Ebola And Didn't Even Know It?

November 15, 2016 12:28 PM ET

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alkarocky
#10 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 1:53:24 PM

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"The plan was 350 of them would travel from San Antonio to Portland. When we reached out to Portland Maine they said, 'Please don't send us any more. We're already stretched way beyond our capacity," Bridger said.


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'Parle vous français?' City searches for French speakers as hundreds of Congolese asylum-seekers head to SA
"When we called Border Patrol to confirm, they said yea another 2-300 from the Congo and Angola will be coming to San Antonio,'" Dr. Collen Bridger said.

Author: Jaleesa Irizarry
Published: 6:16 PM CDT June 6, 2019
Updated: 6:17 PM CDT June 6, 2019
Roughly 350 migrants from the Congo are expected to arrive in San Antonio in the coming days leaving the city scrambling for French-speaking volunteers.
"We didn't get a heads up," Interim Assistant City Manager Dr. Collen Bridger told KEN 5 on Thursday.
Bridger said the Congolese migrants began to arrive in town on Tuesday. They told Migrant Resource Center workers, they traveled with a group of about 350 migrants through Ecuador to the southern border.
"When we called Border Patrol to confirm, they said, 'yea another 200 to 300 from the Congo and Angola will be coming to San Antonio,'" Bridger said.
That included Masengi, a Congolese migrant, who didn't want to have his face on camera but told KENS 5 via Google Translate he arrived to the southern border as an asylum seeker.
He said he came to America for security reasons and said, "My family is staying in my country but with the help of the USA I can get it back."
But the language barrier is why the city is in desperate need of French-speaking volunteers, to help get many of these individuals to their final destination.
"If you speak primarily French and can come spend 6,7,8 hours, that would be really helpful," Bridger encouraged.
On Wednesday alone the migrant center saw a total of 450 people, Spanish and French speaking, during the day and housed 375 of them at Travis Park Church at night.
The city opened up the Frank Garrett Center to house the Congolese migrants for the weekend, but after that, they're not sure where they'll house them especially since they don't know how long some of them will be here.
"The plan was 350 of them would travel from San Antonio to Portland. When we reached out to Portland Maine they said, 'Please don't send us any more. We're already stretched way beyond our capacity," Bridger said.
"So we're working with them [the migrants] now to identify other cities throughout the United States where they can go and begin their asylum seeking process."
Catholic Charities of San Antonio is also responding to the Congolese influx. But Spokesperson, Christina Higgs, told KENS 5 they are struggling with finances. The organization requested additional funding from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop, a group they work with on their refugee program.
Higgs said they're spending thousands of dollars a week on bus tickets for many of these migrants Spanish and French-speaking to make it to their final destination.
"We’re looking at roughly $14,000 a week on bus tickets alone," Higgs said.
"We’ve been asked several times if we’re worried if the money will run out and we are. It’s obviously a finite resource. It’s very precious to those who are giving, but this is really the only way for is to go and have these funds earmarked for asylum seekers. To help them in this transition period and get them where they ultimately need to be."
If you are interested in donating funds you can do so at the Catholic Charities website.
If you are interested in helping the city of San Antonio as a French-speaking volunteer see the post below.


https://www.kens5.com/ar...2-4a0e-959b-fdc1d2991d6f
Pxtts
#11 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 6:34:11 PM

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Ebola is a horrible disease. But, the US connection is BS. When the first case pops up in San Antoinio (from now until the end of the contagious period) I will admit I am wrong.
Mwalacavage
#12 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 6:58:47 PM

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Pxtts wrote:
Ebola is a horrible disease. But, the US connection is BS. When the first case pops up in San Antoinio (from now until the end of the contagious period) I will admit I am wrong.

This does not seem consistent with the spirit of imagination that reigns here.

There are 2 bases for any ethical system. (1) Aristocratic code (2) Religion. Liberals reject both which leaves them with exactly nothing… A man without code or religion has no other reason other than mere preference to consider any interests other than his own. Why should “he think in time” beyond his own life [or] hesitate to expoit anyone?


We have a new type of rule now. Not one-man rule, or rule of aristocracy or plutocracy, but of small groups elevated to positions of absolute power by random pressures and subject to political and economic factors that leave little room for decision.

They are representatives of abstract forces who have reached power through surrender of self. The iron-willed dictator is a thing of past.

There will be no more Stalins, no more Hitlers.

The rulers of this most insecure of all worlds are rulers by accident. Inept, frightened pilots at the controls of a vast machine they cannot understand, calling in experts to tell them which buttons to push.

William Seward Burroughs
monk37
#13 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2019 9:25:56 PM

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Pxtts wrote:
Ebola is a horrible disease. But, the US connection is BS. When the first case pops up in San Antoinio (from now until the end of the contagious period) I will admit I am wrong.


I think it's more about all the huge burdens and high risks being foisted on this country by having now the worst immigration laws in the world and many a congress where both parties have been unwilling to fix it for decades due to their own diverse self interests at the expense of the all the citizens they are supposed to represent.

Maybe you didn't even read the article I shared about what we actually know about Ebola when it was less a political hype issue and more a clinical one that you might understand not everyone who has this disease ever even shows any symptoms.




https://www.npr.org/sect...a-and-didnt-even-know-it

What If You Had Ebola And Didn't Even Know It?

November 15, 2016 12:28 PM ET
....
""The Ebola virus doesn't always make people incredibly sick, and some people who are infected don't even know they have it, according to research published Tuesday in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.

"We are finding more and more that there [are patients with] minimally symptomatic Ebola infections," says Dr. Gene Richardson, lead author of the study. "And why wouldn't there be? Just about every other virus that causes infections in humans has a spectrum. Here there is a spectrum of illness from minimally symptomatic to death."

........
"There are a lot more episodes of human to human transmission than we thought," he says.

He says a person with a mild case of Ebola or no symptoms at all would have been less likely to spread the virus compared to someone who was rapidly losing bodily fluids. But he says that these asymptomatic individuals probably still could have been infectious, especially through sex. And those cases could be a weak link in fighting future outbreaks.

"What we are saying is that in the future we have to prevent all human-to-human transmission including those that are going to be asymptomatic," Richardson says.

Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners in Health, also worked on the study.

He says no one should be surprised that some Ebola cases went undetected.

"The idea that you can know how big an epidemic is requires labs. It requires the ability to diagnose this," Farmer says. "In 2013 when this began in Guinea, there were no labs that could detect Ebola virus." Yet individuals with mild symptoms may still have played a role in the spread of the outbreak.""
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I'm less worried about Ebola spreading here than I am about the whole social and health services breakdown occurring all across the country based on petty elitist politics.



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gboisjo
#14 Posted : Thursday, June 13, 2019 4:38:24 PM

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alkarocky wrote:
gboisjo wrote:

Africa as a whole is disease ridden continent. More than 2,000 cases have been recorded in neighboring DR Congo in the last 10 months - most of which have been fatal.

People are infected when they have direct contact through broken skin, or the mouth and nose, with the blood, vomit, feces or bodily fluids of someone with Ebola.

Kinda like HIV or AIDS, avoidable for most people who use a bit of common sense.
;;;

ya mean like these trained workers Sneaky

think they had common sense

Unprecedented number of health care workers infected with Ebola. More than 240 doctors and nurses working in West Africa to try to contain the Ebola epidemic have become infected with the illness, and more than 120 have died, the World Health Organization says. The health agency issued a statement Tuesday detailing...
Unprecedented number of health care workers infected with ...
www.ctvnews.ca/health/he...e-workers-infected-with-

https://www.ctvnews.ca/h...ted-with-ebola-1.1976465


Ebola is not an airborne virus. The Ebola virus is transmitted among humans through close and direct physical contact with infected bodily fluids, the most infectious being blood, feces and vomit.

The Ebola virus has also been detected in breast milk, urine and semen.

The virus is transmitted to people from wild animals.

To stop this outbreak in Africa, more needs to be done to implement – on a much larger scale – well-known protective and preventive measures.

https://www.who.int/medi...bola/06-october-2014/en/

Ebola did reach the US in a few instances, it was stopped dead in its tracks.

https://en.wikipedia.org...ses_in_the_United_States
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#15 Posted : Thursday, June 13, 2019 5:34:32 PM

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RE: Ebola is not an airborne virus. The Ebola virus is transmitted among humans through close and direct physical contact with infected bodily fluids, the most infectious being blood, feces and vomit.

TRUE. SO FAR.....

BUlBONIC PLAGUE (black death) WAS ORIGINALLY LIKE THAT UNTIL IT MUTATED INTO A AIRBORNE FORM. (all on its own with no help from man)

ISIS IS PROMOTING THE SPREAD OF THE DISEASE IN THE CONGO BY KILLING HEALTH WORKERS.

WITH A LITTLE SCIENTIFIC EFFORT LIKELY EBOLA COULD BE WEAPONIZED INTO AN AIRBORNE FORM.

WHO WOULD DO THAT ??? IRAN ? CHINA ? RUSSIA ?
IF YOU THINK HEALTH CARE IS EXPENSIVE NOW - JUST WAIT UNTIL IT'S FREE [/size]

DEMOCRATS HATE TRUMP MORE THAN THEY LOVE AMERICA....

NOBODY IS ABOVE THE LAW --- EXCEPT ILLEGAL ALIENS
alkarocky
#16 Posted : Thursday, June 13, 2019 6:57:30 PM

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DHS: Illegal Aliens Released into U.S. Without Undergoing Disease Tests


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JOHN BINDER13 Jun 20193,429


Border crossers and illegal aliens are being released into the interior of the United States without going through basic medical examinations and disease tests, Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kevin McAleenan admits.
In written testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee this week, McAleenan admitted the thousands of border crossers and illegal aliens DHS is releasing every week are not undergoing disease tests.
McAleenan wrote:
The public health risk — family units are released into our communities with unknown vaccination status and without a standard medical examination for communicable diseases of public health concern, as well as a public health risk of disease outbreak at processing facilities. [Emphasis added]


https://www.breitbart.co...ased-disease-screenings/
alkarocky
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Africans coming across southern border have ‘rolls of $100 bills’
June 16, 2019
By Kyle Olson


The “poor huddled masses” coming across the southern border may not be so poor after all.
Swiss journalist Urs Gehriger recently visited African migrants who breached the border and hung out on the streets of San Antonio, Texas, waiting to go elsewhere in the country, and he met hostility from people who didn’t want to share details about their experiences, conflicted each other, and had rolls of $100 bills.


In a recording played on Fox News, Gehriger asks a migrant from Congo how she got to America.
She refused to say.
“We are here now in the United States. Why do you ask about Ecuador?” a woman said, referring to the reported country they passed through.

As Gehriger continued to ask simple questions, he said they backtracked and “were not answering at all.”
“They wouldn’t tell me anything about how they got here, and then they started to get aggressive and they were contradicting each other,” he told Laura Ingraham.
“One said they ran through the forest, and another said no, there was no forest, and they were actually arguing among themselves,” Gehriger said.
He said they started to get “aggressive” after questions about money and help.
Gehriger believes the illegals were coached on giving answers to authorities.
“I had the impression that somebody told them not to speak about it,” and acting like “now we’re here, you have to help us, give us money.”

“What I found from an aid worker there, they actually do have money. Quite a few of them, because he spotted them under a tree, right in front of the shelter, counting a roll of money with hundred dollar bills,” Gehriger told Ingraham.
Hundreds of migrants Congo and Angola were transported to San Antonio the week before, and city officials say they received no warning from the feds that they were coming.
KENS published a story showing dozens of people milling around downtown, saying they arrived at the southern U.S. border by way of Ecuador.


All told, 350 Africans arrived that week.
City officials say CBP told them another 200-300 would be arriving later.
One migrant told reporter Jaleesa Irizarry via Google translate that he came to America “for security reasons” and once he made it, “with the help of the USA, I can get it back,” referring to his family that stayed behind.
A video from CBP shot last week shows group of illegals from Angola, Cameroon and Congo waded across the Rio Grande River and into the United States.
Male and female adults can be seen walking through the water and into Texas, several with children on their shoulders.


The attempted invasion occurred in late May, according to the agency.
The river — or “natural barrier” — was so shallow, the surface didn’t reach the adults’ waists.
The White House tweeted additional video:


According to CBP, it was the first large group from Africa to try to breach the U.S. border via Mexico.
“Large groups present a unique challenge for the men and women of the Del Rio Sector,” Chief Raul Ortiz said in a news release. “This large group from Africa further demonstrates the complexity and severity of the border security and humanitarian crisis at our Southwest border.”
“This is the first large group apprehended in the Del Rio Sector and the first large group of people from Africa – including nationals from Angola, Cameroon and Congo – apprehended on the Southwest border this year,” according to CBP.
There were 116 in the group, the agency says.


https://www.theamericanm...have-rolls-of-100-bills/
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