Skip to comments.Migrants don't bring disease. In fact, they help fight it, report says
Posted on 12/08/2018 9:40:09 PM PST by MNDude
People who oppose immigration often argue that migrants bring disease with them, and that they then become a burden to health systems in their new countries because theyre so sick.
But that's not true, a team of experts argued in a new report released Wednesday.
(Excerpt) Read more at nbcnews.com ...
And they contribute to the economy, prevent crime, and improve education scores.
Are the migrants in this country illegally? Then they are “illegal” and they aren’t aliens.
Up is down! Black is White! Immigrunts good! Americans Bad!
Even the stupid Mexican government knows better than this.
Yeah, right. Tell me another one.
A team of experts? I got yer team of experts passin thru my colon!
They should tell the Aztecs this.
They raise the IQ of America,
well, at least of the ‘rats’ Party, anti-American illegal immigrant voters..
Getting tuberculosis from immigrants shows that you love diversity.
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You didn’t make that 0bama, 0bama’s minions amplified your 0bamas and spread those “benefits” [fertilizer] around.
And in other news:
They all are graduates in STEM with advanced degrees from prestigious central american institutions here to improve all aspects of our society. They even bring with them the cure for cancer and solutions to all societal problems that vex us.
Do I have to add /s?
I would suggest that the ‘experts’ go and spend seven days in a holding facility with one-hundred migrants...of which seven will have active tuberculosis. I suspect the ‘experts’ will offer excuses why they don’t have time or think this might be unwise.
One-third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues, Tijuana health official says
Yeah. The measles outbreak verifies this. /sarc. When the virulent Ebola outbreak gets here, maybe the leftscum who see their family members die might get a clue. Thats assuming (probably wrongly) they even care about their families.
And in a related story: Experts say you can smoke your way to good health!
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