The longtime government policy of importing aliens from third-world nations has seen the resurgence of several diseases that were long thought to be extinct in the United States. A list of diseases that have made a re-appearance in the United States includes measles, tuberculosis, whooping cough, mumps, scarlet fever, scarlet fever, and even the bubonic plague.
The vast majority of these diseases caused by foreign immigrants from countries in the Middle East, Africa, and South and Central America. At the same time, immigration from these countries saw a vast increase after Ted Kennedy got The Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965 to pass by lying to the American people that it would not upset the demographic balance of the United States.
Contrary to the false claims by Kennedy, the United States saw a massive shift in demographics after The Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965. The country went from 85% White in 1960 to 63% White in 2011 and is projected to be reduced to 47% by 2050. This is according to the U.S. Census which is under-estimating the shift due to the fact that Middle Easterners and South Asians are considered to be ‘White’ because they have no category of their own. It is estimated currently that there at least 3 million Middle Easterners in the United States as of 2010 and likely far more than that now as there has been a massive increase in immigration from Middle Eastern countries in recent years.
During that same time, we have seen increases in these diseases. Tuberculosis saw a sudden increase of 1.7 percent in 2015 after 23 years of being in decline. Medical experts attribute this to the increase of foreign-born residents in the past 30 years. In 1986 22 percent of tuberculosis cases were foreign-born, but in 2015 the percentage of tuberculosis cases that were foreign born had increased to 66. Breitbart News reported that between 2011 and 2015, 21 refugees sent by the government had active tuberculosis cases. The report also noted that 273 of the 1579 refugees were marked as having active but not infectious cases of tuberculosis and that only 107 were tracked continually. Only 68 of them had completed their domestic medical screening after arriving. 86% of those tested were diagnosed as having tuberculosis. In Minnesota, over 90% of tuberculosis cases are found in foreigners, particularly Somalian refugees.
Measles was reported as eliminated in 2000, however, in 2014 the United States had a record number 667 measles cases. The majority of cases since the elimination have been in people that are not vaccinated, and also of note is the fact that refugees are not required to have vaccinations. The most recent outbreak in Minnesota had 41 cases of which 34 were Somalians. The outbreak is expected to grow even larger despite already being the largest occurrence in 20 years.
Whooping Cough was down to 1,001 cases in 1976 but thanks to immigration had risen back to 4000 by 1986 and was up to 32,971 in 2014. That means the number of cases quadrupled, simultaneously the number of foreign born in the United States had also quadrupled.
Mumps, which had seen a 99% decrease after a vaccine was created in 1967, has seen outbreaks recently in states that have a high percentage of foreigners. Texas saw 221 cases this year and a single University in Minnesota also saw 6 cases this year.
Scarlet Fever has seen a rise as well but is mostly in foreign countries still. The largest rise took place in China where there were over 100,000 cases.
Perhaps one of the most frightening resurgences is that of the bubonic plague which was far out of mind for Americans until recently. In 2015 there were 16 reported cases of the plague in the United States, resulting in 4 deaths. While the idea of catching the plague may seem outrageous to people in western countries, there were 3248 cases reported worldwide. The highest concentrations were in Madagascar, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Peru as reported by the World Health Organization.
One would think that with refugees and immigrants from third world nations posing such a disastrous risk to the health of the United States it would be common sense to oppose their importation. Not the case for democrats who see refugees as a great source of potential voters. Researchers with no care for the health of the public have also made demands for the acceptance of diseased foreigners in order to study them.