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Obama Sent Illegal Aliens With Contagious Tuberculosis to Indiana


During the invasion of illegal aliens who were aided by Sheikh Osama Obama, many came into this country with very deadly and infectious diseases.  Four were sent to Indiana with infectious tuberculosis.  That means anyone coming on contact with them could become sick themselves and in some cases would only need to come into contact with an object touched by the illegal with the disease.  And remember, those are only the ones with active TB.  Those with what is known as latent TB are not infectious but 10% of those with latent TB, will come down with infectious TB.

The rate of TB in Indiana had declined for 54 years in a row until Sheikh Obama started dumping tens of thousands of illegal aliens into states across the country.  In 2015, Obama transferred nearly 400 latent TB cases into Indiana, meaning that statistically approximately 40 would become infectious carriers to go with the 4 infectious illegals already sent.

Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons told Breitbart News:

“Tuberculosis is one of the most lethal infectious diseases in history.  It is easily transmitted, say on a public bus [and] increasingly, it is becoming highly resistant to all our antibiotics.”

From Breitbart News:

The Indiana Department of Health says that “refugees found to have active tuberculosis (TB) on their overseas health screening are not permitted to enter the U.S. until they are treated and no longer infectious.” Once refugees arrive in Indiana, “all refugees are still screened for tuberculosis infection and disease during their domestic health screening,” the Indiana department said.

The arrival of four infectious TB cases in Indiana suggests the CDC has failed  to implement the screening and testing procedures for U.S. bound refugees recommended in a December 2015 study published by seven current or former public health professionals at the CDC.

According to the study, “implementing LTBI [latent tuberculosis infection] screening and treatment for United States bound refugees from countries with high or moderate LTBI prevalence would potentially save millions of dollars and contribute to United States TB elimination goals.”

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