Flesh Eating Bacteria Found

PUBLISHED: 7:52 PM 26 Jan 2019

Border Patrol Captures Criminals Crossing Illegally, One Man Had Flesh-Eating Bacteria

The Border Patrol captured a group of illegal criminals crossing the unprotected border this week, and found that one man was infected with flesh-eating bacteria.

In a slap to liberals who claim that illegal alien criminals pouring across the border are no danger to Americans, the Border Patrol captured a man who was carrying flesh-eating bacteria.

In New Mexico, border patrol agents stopped a group of 306 illegals entering the U.S. and found that one man needed to be treated for a flesh-eating bacteria.

The migrant in custody at the Lordsburg Border Patrol station told an agent Thursday about a growing rash, and when he was taken to a medical facility, officials diagnosed the dangerous affliction.

Staff personnel said he needed more extensive treatment.

“We’re seeing for example, chicken pox, different strands of influenza, syphilis, scabies. This is something that we see with the illegal aliens and we have to provide treatment for them,” said Carlos Antúnez with U.S. Customs and Border Protections.

On the same day, another large group of criminals crossed illegally at the southern New Mexico border.

“A group of 306 migrants crossing illegally were taken into custody by border patrol agents working at Camp Bounds Forward Operating Base at the Antelope Wells Port of Entry.”

This group consisted mostly of Central American families and unaccompanied juveniles, according to officials.

“Some of the juveniles were in need of immediate medical assistance and were taken to local hospitals for treatment of various illnesses and injuries.”

The majority of the group was taken to the Lordsburg Station for continued processing, and that’s when agents found the flesh-eating bacteria carrier.

“Officials said this is the 26th group consisting of more than 100 people since the beginning of the fiscal year in this area alone.

“Criminal organizations smuggling these groups of people continue to take advantage of them in order to enhance their illicit activities without due regard to the risks to human life. According to BP, in most cases, these smugglers never cross the border themselves and risk apprehension.”

However, the fact that these criminal ‘migrants’ are bringing with them contagious disease is just one of the many problems with the Southern Border. Until it is protected, these sorts of things will continue to occur.

Unless the border is protected, these infected people, many who are violent criminals, will be released into the U.S.