Immigrant Kids with Highly Contagious Disease Are Released into Every State

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When you think of tuberculosis or TB, you also likely think of the days of old, before the advent of vaccines and medical treatments that have all but extinguished the disease here in the US. However, President Joe Biden ensures that the disease and its threats are becoming all too relevant today.

How?

Well, if you didn’t know, he’s allowing hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to cross our southern border every month. Among those are some 2,500 children diagnosed with latent tuberculosis infections.

According to a report from the Washington Times, “About 126,000 total (children) were released, indicating an infection rate of 1 in 50 migrant children.”

And do you know where those kids are now? In communities near you, with the likelihood that they may be sitting next to your child in class soon. As the Times noted, so far, those known infectious children have been sent to a whopping 44 states already.

Just to be clear, we are talking about tuberculosis, formerly known as consumption and a disease that is highly contagious and incredibly deadly.

According to the World Health Organization, “1.5 million people died from the disease in 2020.” Additionally, it is still the 13th leading cause of death worldwide and the second “main infectious cause of death.”

And yet, Biden and his ilk just let thousands of cases walk right into our communities and neighborhoods, all without so much as a blink of an eye.

Now, as the Times correctly reports, the reason for such is that, given the massive number of those illegally crossing, there isn’t the space or time needed to subject each child or individual to health treatments or even testing. And TB treatments can take as long as nine months.

Neither is much follow-up after the children are released throughout the country.

It’s just further proof that Biden has no intention of keeping America safe, and he’s a joke as a leader.