A Border Patrol agent says that the influx of people illegally threatens agents’ health and the health of the American people. It is a serious national security issue as agents are pulled from their duties, reports one union representative for Border Patrol as reported to 10 News.
Agents transporting illegals to other parts of the country are wearing masks as they drop them off!
Zermeno told 10News pulling agents could put national security on the line, adding, “The morale is the lowest I’ve ever seen it.”
Zermeno said he just wants to protect his agents and the border, as well as expose the truth because exposure seems to be a growing concern.
“I think the public needs to be aware. The average citizens [are not] aware because they could be exposed tomorrow.
He said that dozens were quarantined with lice and scabies and others were sent to hospitals with unknown diseases. They have compassion for them but this is illegal and it’s dangerous.
As many as 70% of the agents are now pulled from the border to care for and transport illegals.
The “American Spirit” must now mean that we erase our borders and allow everyone to enter.
My friend, who is a doctor, said she has been treating illegal immigrant patients at the expense of Medicaid and taxpayers, one was just released after being treated for TB. She practices on Long Island, New York.
In a taped phone call, a CDC information hotline representative confirmed that, unbeknownst to the American public, the agency has activated their intelligence arm, the Emergency Operation Center, to deal with various diseases accompanying the surge of illegal aliens currently staging a virtually uncontested U.S. invasion.
“In response to this influx of unaccompanied alien children, CDC’s Emergency Operation Center (EOC) has been activated,” the CDC rep stated, likely reading from a script. “Through this activation the EOC will work closely with the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine. CDC staff will consult on health issues and the UAC’s countries of origin, consult on shelter, water, sanitation and hygiene and provide staff for public health support.”