As Americans still grapple with political turmoil and a plandemic that has upended the nation, a caravan of diseased migrants, the second in two weeks, quietly slipped across the southern border, where Joe Biden’s entourage welcomed sick asylum seekers with open arms.
The caravan of 300 entered the US near El Paso on Saturday morning, having travelled on foot nearly 2,000 miles from its points of origin, El Salvador and Guatemala, a grueling journey that claimed the lives of 14 along the way, according to a Doctors Without Borders (DWB) report presented to the Biden administration.
The Biden administration had ample time to thwart the caravan had it wanted to, as the immigrants departed Guatemala and El Salvador on Christmas morning, a few days after Biden said that he intended to issue a moratorium on deportations and instruct ICE to aid rather than repel desperate refugees. On January 21, Biden fulfilled that promise.
The DWB report warned that the caravan was rife with disease. While enroute, physicians embedded in the caravan routinely tested the sojourners for Covid-19, Ebola, hemorrhagic fever, tuberculosis, and other highly communicable, virulent diseases. While some travelers objected to the testing, the majority welcomed the marvels of Western medicine, and of the 243 persons tested for Covid-19, 163 results came back positive. Most soon-to-be illegals wore no masks, claiming they could not breathe through the masks while footing it through the jungle. They travelled in clumps, with no social distancing. Two men were diagnosed with foot and mouth disease, and one, a 27-year-old Guatemalan with no history of illness, died from an undiagnosed ailment, having bled out through his rectum.
On February 1, Doctors Without Borders sent its final report to Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Biden’s pick to lead the CDC for the next four years, cautioning her to deny the refugees entry into the United States until they had been quarantined and treated for a plethora of maladies. But Walensky, apparently under Biden’s instruction, told DWB that denying the refugees immediate access to the United States would be “callous and inhumane and in contravention of Biden’s new immigration policies,” adding that the sick and wounded would receive first-class treatment upon setting foot on US soil.
At about noon on Saturday, February 6, the caravan crossed into the United States. It was warmly greeted by a pair of CDC physicians and two State Department dignitaries. The CDC screened only for Covid-19 and found 212 positive cases. The confirmed ill were shuttled to hotels the government had commandeered to house the expected surge of refugees, while persons with no visible signs of disease were given food, medicine, clothing, and a $1000 prepaid debit card before being welcomed as a future American citizens.