Thanks to Obama’s reckless policies over the past 8 years, Muslims have been able to invade our country at a startling rate. Places like Dearborn that was once an all-American town has now earned the nickname “Little Baghdad,” where markets, businesses, mosques, and Islamic schools surround residents, as the place has been transformed into a third world country. Now in addition to transforming American cities and neighborhoods into Sharia Swamps, another devastating effect of Obama’s immigration policies are coming to light. Six diseases that were virtually eradicated in our country are now making a comeback thanks to the hordes of Muslims that Hussein Obama let into our country.
The Pew Research center reveals that just since September 2016, 84,995 refugees were able to invade our country, as Obama fast-tracked these people knowing that his time in office was rapidly coming to an end. After bringing tens of thousands of unvetted Muslims to our country, terrorism could soon be the least of our concerns, as we now have 6 deadly diseases that are making a comeback to the United States. According to Breitbart, the returning diseases are:
- Whooping Cough
- Scarlet Fever
- Bubonic Plague
Tuberculosis is a highly contagious and very dangerous disease that is easily spread through the air by individuals coughing, sneezing, spitting, or even speaking. It can be deadly if left untreated, killing half of those infected according to health experts. In a heavily congested area like Los Angles with a population of almost 4 million, once the disease starts spreading, the consequences could be devastating for the rest of America.
Research by a prominent doctor by the name of Timothy Rodwell, who works as a professor and physician in the Division of Global Health at UCSD, warmed of the rampant TB after screening Muslim refugees in San Diego. He noted that this leading refugee resettlement site poses the highest rates of active TB in the entire country, where Brietbart reports that an astounding 1/4th of these Muslims have the disease.
Measles is also making a comeback thanks to Muslim invaders.“In 2014, the United States experienced a record number of measles cases, with 667 cases from 27 states reported to CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD); this is the greatest number of cases since measles elimination was documented in the U.S. in 2000,” the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports.
But it gets even more troubling, as statistics have only become more devastating. “From January 2 to May 21, 2016, 19 people from 9 states (Arizona, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Tennessee, and Texas) were reported to have measles. In 2015, 189 people from 24 states and the District of Columbia were reported to have measles,” Truthuncensored.net went on.
“Pertussis, a respiratory illness commonly known as whooping cough, is a very contagious disease caused by a type of bacteria called Bordetella pertussis. These bacteria attach to the cilia (tiny, hair-like extensions) that line part of the upper respiratory system. The bacteria release toxins (poisons), which damage the cilia and cause airways to swell,” the CDC reports.
Mumps is also making a comeback. This disease was almost complete eradicated, where it dropped by 99% when the vaccine was introduced back in 1967. But that’s all changed now thanks to Obama and his Muslims.
“But occurrences crop up, particularly among close-knit communities. The CDC reports that there have been 688 reported cases of mumps in the US in 2015, including small outbreaks at universities in Pennsylvania, Iowa, and Wisconsin. In 2014, there was a mini-outbreak among professional hockey players,” Health.com reports.
This disease was nearly forgotten thanks to the rise of antibiotics. But it’s now making a comeback in our country thanks to these Muslim invaders.
“Largely forgotten over the past century thanks to the rise of antibiotics … scarlet fever … [has been making a]comeback in Asia (with more than 5,000 cases over the past five years in Hong Kong and 100,000 in China) and the United Kingdom (roughly 12,000 cases over the past year),” Health.com reports. CDC notes:
Scarlet fever – or scarlatina – is a bacterial infection caused by group AStreptococcus or “group A strep.” This illness affects a small percentage of people who have strep throat or, less commonly, streptococcal skin infections. Scarlet fever is treatable with antibiotics and usually is a mild illness, but it needs to be treated to prevent rare but serious long-term health problems. Treatment with antibiotics also helps clear up symptoms faster and reduces
If you “think this notorious killer died with the Middle Ages,” think again. “The disease actually persists in parts of Africa, Asia, and South America. And there have been 16 reported cases of plague, with four deaths, in the United States this past year. Most recently, a 16-year-old girl from Oregon was sickened and hospitalized after apparently being bitten by a flea on a hunting trip,” as Health.com reported recently.
You can get plague from fleas that have carried the Yersinia pestis bacteria from an infected rodent, or by handling an infected animal, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Bubonic plague is the most common form in the U.S., while pneumonic plague (affecting the lungs) and septicemic plague (affecting the blood) are less prevalent but more serious. Symptoms of bubonic plague include fever, chills, headache, and swollen lymph glands.
You can thank Obama for this! Not only do we have ISIS terrorists running rampant in our country, but now we have six “comeback” diseases popping up all over our country. But unfortuantely, it’s not just limited to these 6 diseases. “A number of other diseases, some of which are prevalent among foreign born residents of the United States and foreign visitors, also present a current problem, to varying degrees, including zika, flesh eating parasites—cutaneous leishmaniasis, ebola, leprosy, intestinal parasites, HIV, scabies, and diptheria,” Truthuncensored.net concluded.