In liberal urban centers throughout the country, once eradicated diseases are flaring up and causing health officials to issue dire warnings that we may be in the early stages of a major disease outbreak or pandemic.
Infectious diseases, some that haven’t been seen since Medieval times are popping up among homeless and drug populations in California and throughout the United States. Los Angeles is currently experiencing a major outbreak of typhus—a sanitation related disease spread by infected fleas on rats and other animals.
Typhus Outbreaks in Los Angeles
While some may dismiss this as a homeless issue, in downtown Los Angles Typhus has actually started affecting city workers who are forced to work in these disgusting conditions.
Typhus was once so uncommon in the U.S. that it was actually delisted by the CDC in 1994. But it is now starting to show up again in throughout the southern border states – I’ll let you draw your own conclusion to why those areas are seeing outbreaks.
Outbreaks of infectious diseases in Seattle, Washington
In the progressive city of Seattle, health officials are warning that a variety of outbreaks of serious infectious diseases are running through homeless populations in the city. Seattle-King County Public Health issues a public health advisory in 2018 admitting that they were investigating outbreaks of Group A Streptococcus, shigella, and a rare group of infections transmitted by body lice.
Measles is Making a Comeback
In 2000, the CDC declared that Measles had been completely eradicated in the United States. Jump ahead to 2019, and multiple states are reporting a resurgence in the disease. In fact, the CDC reported that in the first three months of 2019, 230 cases of measles have been reported in the United States. In 2018, a total of 372 total cases of measles were reported to the CDC.
Viral Outbreaks of Hepatitis A Throughout the United States
According to the CDC, since 2017 several states have reported outbreaks of hepatitis A. The disease, which is primarily spread through feces has been popping up throughout the country.
A number of states are reporting outbreaks:
- In Southern California over 1,000 people have been infected.
- Utah has reported 281 infections since 2017.
- Illinois has reported 48 cases from January 1, 2019 – March 20, 2019
- In Florida, from January 1, 2019, through February 28, 2019, 424 hepatitis A cases were reported.
- Outbreaks have been reported in 14 other states.
From January 2017 to April 2018, CDC received more than 2,500 reports of hepatitis A infections, causing them to issues a Health Alert Network (HAN) Advisory to public health departments on June 11, 2018. The advisory gave healthcare facilities, guidance on outbreaks and informed them how to identify and prevent new infections.
For years we have talked about the growing number of eradicated diseases being brought into this country because of liberal policies. Of course, those articles are no longer anywhere to be found on Google because anything that speaks the truth is deemed dangerous and immediately censored from public view. Never mind the fact that in 2018, The Department of Homeland Security asked the CDC to investigate why so many sick migrants were showing up at the border.
Think we are exaggerating? Go to the Google Propaganda machine and type in illegal immigrants and disease, and you will find nothing but pro-left propaganda vehemently denying that immigrants or leftist policies are responsible for the problem. One of the top results proudly proclaims “Migrants don’t bring disease. In fact, they help fight it!”
We truly are living in some bizarre times!
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