We May Not Know What’s Fact and What’s Fiction For Quite a While
So as the flow across the Southern Border continues, a great deal of anecdotal information is circulating on the internet, and the talk shows. Some reports insist that in addition to the youth, Central American gang members, terrorists and Kim Kardashian fans are mixing in. Quite honestly, we have enough of all three types here already, especially Kardashian fans.
Other reports tell of rampant sex, including rape occurring in the shelters provided by DHS.
But the most troubling reports insist that many of those crossing the border are bringing with them diseases, eradicated long ago here in the USA.
It is said that many are suffering “scabies”, a skin ailment caused by tiny mites burrowing under the skin, causing a rash, and eventually infection. New reports provided by media outlets in the center of the crisis report the spread of the condition to Border Patrol agents exposed to the residents of the detention centers, although scabies spreads through close physical contract.
Of more concern are reports of widespread tuberculosis in both active and latent form. The disease which affects the lungs primarily, can also strike the nervous system and major organs, but cannot be spread unless the disease is in the active form. And when active, TB is highly communicable through sneezing and coughing. And whereas the illness was once treated with antibiotics, many strains of tuberculosis are now drug-resistant.
As was said at the beginning, many of these stories are confined to the internet, and local tv, radio, and newspapers.
So are they true?
We may never know, at least not until the aliens are spread thoughout the country.
The same public servants who gave us Obamacare have taken charge of media relations, and have decided to allow the press to visit some of the centers. But……
In order to protect the “safety and privacy of the children” and the occasional gang member ground rules have been put in place.
– No recording devices will be allowed.
– No questions will be allowed during the tour.
– No interacting with staff and children at the shelter.
– We ask that your questions be provided via email or phone after the tour to Kenneth Wolfe.
– HHS ACF public affairs will provide answers to your follow up questions as quickly as possible.
– We will provide photos of the facility after the tour.
– There will be no on-site interviews by HHS staff before or after the tour, all inquiries go to Kenneth Wolfe.
Transparency strikes again.
And no doubt in the future, there will be more hard drive failures, and computer crashes.
It would seem someone’s trying to hide something.
We may not know what’s fact, and what’s fiction for quite awhile.