EBOLA CONCERNS in Texas after Illegals from Congo Cross Border into US

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

According to sources in Texas US Border Patrol Agents have apprehended illegal aliens crossing into the US from Congo.

There currently is a deadly Ebola outbreak in Congo. 

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

** Travelers to this area could be infected with Ebola if they come into contact with an infected person’s blood or other body fluids.
** Travelers should seek medical care immediately if they develop fever, headache, body aches, sore throat, diarrhea, weakness, vomiting, stomach pain, rash, or red eyes during or after travel.

The UN was urged earlier this week to ramp up Ebola prevention work in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the highest level of emergency response.

Brian Kolfage told The Gateway Pundit that the “We Build the Wall” organization was told of these developments earlier this week during their construction project near El Paso.

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5 thoughts on “EBOLA CONCERNS in Texas after Illegals from Congo Cross Border into US

  1. This shit has to end , stop the free shit build a wall shot them just do what it takes but this needs to end . We’re at war inside and out . This is better put there asses on a plane to dc let then in the house an congress let’s see how fast they get off there sorry asses and deal with it

    1. Here’s some of what I wrote about it in The Pandemic Preparedness Guide book…

      “First identified in 1976 near the Ebola River in two simultaneous outbreaks, one in Yambuku (a village in the Democratic Republic of the Congo), the other in Nzara (in South Sudan), this disease has made its way across the African continent into Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Ghana, Liberia, and several other African nations. The Ebola virus had pretty much kept itself confined to the continent of Africa, but in the summer of 2014 it made the news when two Christian Missionaries from America, who were treating patients in Africa, contracted the disease and were flown back to the States for treatment. Ebola was initially introduced into the human population through close contact with the meat, organs, blood, and other bodily fluids of infected animals, such as: Gorillas, Chimpanzees, Monkeys, Antelopes, Fruit Bats, and even Porcupines that villagers found lying dead on the rainforest floor (A closely related disease that predates Ebola by 9 years, the Marburg Virus, started in much the same way as Ebola, with diseased monkeys).

      Ebola is typically spread from human to human through the exchange of some sort of bodily fluids. Whether by direct exchange of blood, saliva, urine, or even sweat, or indirectly, such as by touching a surface that contains virus tainted secretions of some sort. There are five known subspecies of the Ebola virus, but only four of them have been found to cause the disease in humans, while the fifth subtype has thus far only been found to cause disease in non-human primates such as monkeys, gorillas and chimpanzees. While it’s not believed at this time that non-human primates are direct carriers of the Ebola virus, it is more likely that they’re victims of it just as we are. The virus has been found in fruit bats, who seem to be a natural host for Ebola viruses, and unfortunately for disease control, are a delicacy in some South
      30 Kenneth R. McClelland

      African cultures. What does Ebola look like if someone may be infected with the disease, or rather, what would be their symptoms? Here’s a brief rundown from the CDC website in which they outline what to look for if an individual is suspected of having contracted the Ebola virus:

      “Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to Ebola virus, though 8-10 days is most common. Some who become sick with Ebola HF are able to recover, while others do not. The reasons behind this are not yet fully understood. However, it is known that patients who die usually have not developed a significant immune response to the virus at the time of death.”

      Symptoms of the disease typically include: Headache; Fever; Weakness; Joint and Muscle Aches; Stomach Pain; Diarrhea; Vomiting; Loss of Appetite; Impaired Kidney or Liver Function. Some patients have also experienced: A Rash; Cough; Hiccups; Red Eyes; Sore Throat; Chest Pain; Difficulty Swallowing or Breathing; Internal and External Bleeding…”

  2. When this shit hits the front doors of the “special elite “ types that think they can always hide from it with all their power and money
    Is when we will see something being done
    Until than
    They believe it just affects other people

    So when a congress woman’s kids are murdered or robbed or made sick by one of these illegal invaders , that’s when something might get done

    Until than
    They think it’s “the little people’s “ problem
    In the mean time
    We the people will always be the victims of their stupidity , because we haven’t made them responsible for their actions for fckin decades upon decades

  3. Oh boy. The Ebola scare is back again. Maybe they’ll try that Ebola charade at the Dallas hospital again, since it worked so well the last time. (rolling my eyes) Quick! Crisis actors, to your stations!

    I feel like I’m living a broken record. Wash – Rinse – Repeat.

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