January 27, 2019
Goblin is sick. Why don’t you help sick goblin?
The brave undocumented bringers of culture continue to bring stuff we’re missing, and I’m not talking just about low IQ and violence.
A man among a group of migrants detained in a desolate part of New Mexico near the border with Mexico has been diagnosed as infected with flesh-eating bacteria, the U.S. Border Patrol said Friday.
What’s worse? The flesh eating bacteria being imported into America or Border Patrol providing care and “diagnosing” the invader?
All of these caravan goblins should be kicked out of our land as soon as they’re caught or be left to rot in a dark wet room. Providing medical attention and care to invaders is insane.
The man was taken to a hospital in recent days after telling a federal agent that he had a growing rash on his leg, U.S. Border Patrol spokesman Carlos Antunez said.
More gibs for the invader.
Flesh-eating bacteria are a rare condition called necrotizing fasciitis that spreads quickly and can be fatal. The bacteria usually gets into the body through a minor cut or scrape and can cause a serious infection that can destroy muscle, skin and other tissue.
Yeah, that does sound horrible. But did the United States have that before this brave smuggler brought it? Gotta look at the bright side, now there’s a richer, more diverse array of diseases.
A statement from border patrol officials said the unidentified migrant will require extensive medical treatment. Antunez said he could not provide more details or the man’s condition.
Even more gibs for the invader. The creature won’t ever pay back whatever the cost of treating it is.
Sometimes surgery is needed to remove the infected area. It’s rare for the infection to spread to other people.
Surgeries are expensive. But “human” rights and stuff. Treating “him” is the right thing to do.
We do things the right way in America.
Another 300 migrants, mostly Central Americans, were detained Thursday south of Lordsburg near an official U.S.-Mexico border crossing, Antunez said. Some had illnesses and injuries and were taken to hospitals for treatment.
Nearly 10,000 migrants have been detained at New Mexico’s three Border Patrol stations since Oct. 1, officials said.
There were 12,800 detentions at the three stations from October 2017 through September 2018.
You can thank the caravans for that insane increase.
Remember that they want to be detained because more often than not that means that at least they’ll be in America.
The easiest way to prevent them from continuing to exploit our immigration system is to freeze the immigration system. Cancel it. Just shut the whole thing down.
Stop all forms of immigration.