yes they were brought to dallas. I'm not sure if dallas is one of the hospitals with a bed capable of dealing with ebola.philip964 wrote: ↑Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:23 amhttps://www.ksat.com/news/local/san-ant ... from-congo
This was on Infowars. I generally don't try and post his stories. So this is from a local news source in San Antonio. The Infowars story was more agitated.
The reason San Antonio needs French speaking volunteers is that immigrants from the Congo are being dropped off in San Antonio. This article says 50 now 350 on the way.
Is this ICE dropping them off?
Info wars concern is this is where the Ebola outbreak is right now.
If you remember the last time, was it a Dallas hospital that the person came to and they were unprepared for a suspected Ebola case?
Evidently there are only 13 or 14 hospital beds within the entire country capable of dealing with something on the scale of ebola.
Given the characteristics of ebola and it's mortality rate, if it gets loose in this country it will probably not be stopped and we might actually see something on the scale of the plague in the middle ages.
Deliberately letting these people in from a place like that is beyond words, the danger it places the public in.
It is the same danger with the mexican border. I don't know what, if any, real inspection or quarantine abilities mexico has.
My suspicion is damn little if any real quarantine, all it takes is one ebola case to make it into mexico and one or more infected illegals to bring it here undetected.