Unfortunately, they’re not the citizens of the United States.
Fox News’ Todd Starnes reports shocking allegations that a government-contracted security force is threatening to arrest medical personnel at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, if they reveal information about the rampant disease among the illegal migrants at the facility. Nonetheless, several of these workers have decided to come forward, fearing the contagion risk posed to Americans. Starnes has kept their identities secret, as they could be subject to persecution.
Starnes reports, “‘There were several of us who wanted to talk about the camps, but the agents made it clear we would be arrested,’ a psychiatric counselor told me. “We were under orders not to say anything.’” And what could be said?
The counselor reports that measles, chicken pox, strep throat, lice, and scabies are pandemic in the camp; moreover, she warns that many of the children and young people have severe psychological and emotional problems.
Yet it gets even worse. A former camp nurse told Starnes that the facility was being inundated with migrants to an extent where it was impossible to control the disease. The nurse “became especially alarmed because their files indicated the children had been transported to Lackland on domestic charter buses and airplanes,” writes Starnes. In other words, there likely were no measures taken to prevent infestation because the carriers didn’t know about the scabies bugs and lice the children were carrying. Consequently, Americans traveling on those buses and airplanes now may pick the parasites up — and spread them to others.
This is reminiscent of recent years’ bedbug outbreaks, which, many have theorized, also were at least partially caused by increased Third World migration.
Just as alarming, however, are the heavy-handed tactics at the Lackland camp. Orwell might have had Newspeak, but camp authorities enforce “Nospeak,” telling the medical personnel to not even utter the word “scabies,” reports the nurse. And when workers became concerned about contracting disease in their Petri-dish environment — where they would literally see lice climbing down children’s hair — their concerns were brushed off.
And there’s another shocking revelation relating to the camp security force, which was hired by the Department of Health and Human Services. While it’s provided by the “Baptist Family & Children’s Services” (BFCS), its personnel call themselves the “Brown Shirts.” This would seem to reference Adolf Hitler’s SA storm troopers, who served as Nazi muscle and were the original Brown Shirts. When asked, however, BFCS said that the security specialists were technically known as “incident management team personnel.”
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