Ilegal Alien Children Not A Controversy: They Are Threat To Our Health And Economy
For your information and protection I am making available to you the briefings I receive from my friend and colleague Dr. Lyle Rapacki. The threat from diseases we are facing pursuant to the illegal alien children pouring across our borders demands “The Daily Rant” (TDR) not sugarcoat the truth. The illegal alien children subsequently being housed in our communities and placed in our schools present very real and serious risks to us. These children are not a controversy. They are a threat to our health and economy.
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The article you are about to read is [a report that was filed Friday] morning, [July 18, 2014] in Arizona, and in eight other states. Arizona Health and Human Services Department clearly states there is no health screening occurring on the unaccompanied illegal children being brought and turfed in Arizona. The Nogales facility where 1,200 unaccompanied illegal children sit, and from which approximately 200 are released daily (only to receive 200 more on a revolving door basis) has no verifiable or reliable medical screening on the so-labeled minors. Furthermore, ABC News of all places has confirmed this fact. Unaccompanied illegals minors are being bused to multiple locations throughout Arizona. Where are Arizona elected officials who should be razing all kinds of warnings, shouts of “no more”, and red flags of still pending medical issues not yet seen? Where are elected officials demanding answers from the Governor? Please read the following investigative article that will go viral early tomorrow morning. You are receiving this article in advance among a select few.
Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph.D.
LYLE J. RAPACKI, Ph.D.
Protective Intelligence and Assessment Specialist
Consultant at Behavioral Analysis and Threat Assessment
Private-Sector Intelligence Analyst
U.S. Border Intelligence Group
On Thursday, ABC News confirmed what AZDI sources revealed earlier, there is virtually no health screening of any real public health value done on the UACs.” http://www.arizonadailyindependent.com/2014/07/13/arizona-residents-uacs-harmed-by-lack-oversight/
The AZDI first reported, that sources working with the Office of Border Health reported that Arizona health officials have been unable to communicate with federal officials in any meaningful way. Nor are the federal agencies communicating with each other.”
ABC News now reports, “The director of refugee health in the federal Health and Human Services Department “has identified a breakdown of the medical screening processes at the Nogales, Arizona, facility,” according to an internal Department of Defense memo reviewed by ABC News. The “breakdown” is a systemic failure of the handoff of these children between CBP and HHS.”
It was her concerns about the handoff of UACs, which lead Supervisor Ally Miller to inquire of the Pima County Health Department as to the health screening process employed before UACs are moved from the Nogales Border Patrol Station.
Miller’s office was told the Arizona Department of Health has not toured the facility in Nogales and has only had “peripheral oversight.”
The AZDI sources reported that there was no free flow of information among federal agencies involved or with state and local officials, which they claimed was leading to concerns with healthcare workers, who said that the lack of information could harm the public.
ABC News now reports, “The federal government is so overwhelmed by the current tide of migrants crossing the border it can’t provide basic medical screening to all of the children before transporting them – often by air – to longer-term holding facilities across the country.”
Relying on the federal government’s information, Garcia claimed in his memo, “Individuals with acute medical needs are transported to healthcare facilities for further evaluation and treatment. Some family units are subsequently released for reunification with their own U.S.-based families pending legal proceedings. Most of these families are in our locality for no more than a day or two, the final destinations for the vast majority of these individuals are the large metropolitan areas on both coasts that are the home of significant Central American populations.”
According to sources, Arizona State health officials also relied on the federals government’s assurances and misinformation. The Arizona Health Services Department licenses some of the facilities to which the UACs are transferred.
According to ABC News, “officials are sounding alarms, fearing that they and their teams who come in contact with the sick children face potential exposure to infectious diseases from chicken pox to influenza, including rare cases of H1N1, more commonly called swine flu.
Two Unaccompanied Alien Children were flown from Nogales to California despite having 101-degree fevers and flu-like symptoms, according to a memo ABC News obtained from the Department of Defense.
Between 140 to 200 UACs are processed in and out of the Nogales facility a day. The flow is expected to remain at this rate throughout the summer.[adsanity id=11817 align=alignleft /]
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here