(Natural News) There’s still no formidable wall protecting America’s southern border from continued invasion, which means that “migrants” and “refugees” – let’s call these people what they really are: illegals – continue to flood into our country like a broken fire hydrant. And some of them, disturbing new reports indicate, are bringing with them deadly Ebola infections that could create a national health nightmare.
A case-in-point was a 41-year-old woman from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) who died recently after entering the country via Texas. Border Patrol reportedly took the woman into custody after it was revealed that she had “a pre-existing medical condition,” after which she “vomited” before dying from “acute kidney failure.”
Upon analysis, it was determined that the woman was infected with Ebola, a deadly illness that has the potential to snowball into a national or even global pandemic if it isn’t quickly identified and quarantined. In this case, initial screening determined that this woman was sick, but for some reason she was “cleared by on-site contracted medical personnel, and transferred to the Lincoln Juarez Bridge for additional immigration processing and overnight holding.”
The very next day, which just so happened to be Christmas morning, the woman began to suffer “abdominal pain” that eventually caused her to throw-up. Border Patrol immediately contacted emergency medical services (EMS), which came and transported the woman to the Laredo Medical Center for a medical evaluation, where she quickly died.
“The subject’s health declined rapidly and she passed away at the hospital,” according to reports, though the Webb County Medical Examiner’s Office (WCMEO) ruled the death as not suspicious since she had a “pre-existing medical condition.” But what this office and others involved failed to reveal was that this “pre-existing medical condition” was deadly Ebola, possibly out of fear that it might create mass panic.
“The Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a serious illness characterized by fever, severe vomiting and diarrhea, and, in severe cases, multi-organ failure requiring mechanical ventilation and renal replacement therapy,” warns the National Center for Biotechnology Information on its website.
“People who survive Ebola virus infection face a dramatically higher risk of dying – probably from severe kidney damage – within a year of leaving hospital,” Reuters has also reported.