omersukrugoksu | The border crisis is no longer just a problem of illegal migrants from Central America. With the spread of border control, the number of migrants from Africa continues to grow. The threat of introducing dangerous diseases is higher than ever, but there are still no mandatory and universal screenings, quarantines or detention before illegal immigrants are placed in our communities, often within hours.
According to preliminary weekly data used internally by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and provided to the CR by a border patrol agent who must remain anonymous because he is not authorized to talk to the press, over 550 African migrants have been arrested in Texas for just one week ̵
Cameroon – 6
Democratic Republic of the Congo – 314
Gabon – 1
must be confused with the smaller separate nation of the Republic of Congo, which is just west of the DRC, is currently experiencing the worst outbreak of Ebola. Since June 4, according to the World Health Organization, there are a total of 2025 confirmed and reported cases of Ebola, including 1357 reported deaths.
In addition to Ebola, the DRC is experiencing 87,000 measles cases, claiming a life of 1,500. Angola and Cameroon are also experiencing measles outbreaks, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
However, local media in San Antonio announced on Friday that hundreds of these African migrants were spotted at bus stops in San Antonio. Last week, I confirmed with CBP that there is no special screening, additional control or quarantine required by those who come from African countries more than elsewhere.
In all, a record 20,274 illegal aliens were detained in Texas during this seven-day day. Period. This is an annual rate of over one million only for Texas. Honduras had the highest total number in one country, accounting for 38% of all illegal immigrants caught in Launceston. Honduras is experiencing a mumps and many of the caravans have left San Pedro Sula, northern Honduras, which has 1336 registered mumps since April. On Monday, Arizona officials confirmed 47 cases of mumps in the Pinal County, mainly at ICE facilities, a 10-year peak for the state. Dan McLaughlin, the mayor of Uvalde, Texas, has confirmed to the CR at least two known cases among the illegal immigrants held in his city's detention facility. According to a recent DHS general report, there is a "high incidence of staffing" in some establishments. Also, on May 29, there were 51 confirmed cases of mumps among the general population in County Hidalgo, Texas, the most underground smuggling of foreigners on the southwestern border. The disease has spread to every big city in the county.
Then it's Venezuela. Due to the collapse of the economy and civil society, the country is experiencing outbreaks of all sorts of diseases. The number of migrants started to increase, with 47 people caught in Texas in the first week of June.
It's just amazing that hundreds of thousands come from the worst-affected countries in the worst possible ways to travel and there is no quarantine as required by law . DHS Secretary-General Kevin McAlein finally admitted the yesterday's senate committee of the judiciary, who heard that CBP was not checking anyone for illness. "The public health risk – family units are released into our communities with unknown vaccination status and no standard medical examination for contagious diseases that pose a threat to public health as well as public health risk from disease outbreaks in processing plants," said Macalen . Written testimony
So why Macaleen himself does not require such a process, and if such a process is impossible given the numbers, should not these people be inadmissible and not be released? The asylum does not outweigh the medical inadmissible statutes of 8 U.S.C. 1182. In other words, if the smuggling of criminal offenses is so successful that it leads to catastrophic numbers that hamper our borders, why should it reinforce the alien's claim to be released without following the medical quarantine instead of strengthening the claim of US Sovereign
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Author: Daniel Horowitz
Daniel Horowitz is editor-in-chief of the Conservative Review. Follow it on Twitter @RMConservative .