Illegal Immigration Bio-Warfare
Securing the border, as required by Article IV, Section 4 of the United States Constitution, is also a national security issue
By Douglas V. Gibbs
July 2, 2014
Over the weekend I spent time at two protest rallies over the illegal immigration issue, but my reasoning as an opponent against the influx of illegal aliens into our country is not just because I believe that it is dangerous to our sovereignty as a nation to allow our border to be wide open. I am also concerned because of the health of our communities, and the safety of those that believe they are coming to the promised land (or to the United States as an invader).
A month ago my granddaughter was diagnosed with hand and foot disease. There is no specific treatment for the disease, so the little three year old just had to suffer through the four day viral infection that is normally not a problem in our American Society. The doctor, when my son took his daughter into a local urgent care, said that he was surprised, not only of the appearance of the disease in Murrieta, California, but that the increase of cases had been sizable over the last few months. He did not know what the cause was.
I knew exactly what the cause was when my son relayed his conversation with the doctor to me.
In Murrieta, over the last few months, over 500 illegal aliens a week are being released into the general population, many of these people are children, without a medical screening. Last weekend that number changed to 200 every 72 hours. They are being shipped in from other areas around the country to our holding facility, where they do not have the room to house these people, much less give them a proper processing above checking to see if these invaders are known criminals.