Evidence is mounting that EV-68 was imported into this country from Central and South America. Government and academic researchers refuse to even speculate why the EV-68 has hit in such epidemic numbers this year. This comes as no surprise since government researchers are under the direction of Barack Obama while colleges and universities depend on government grants for their research, which again is under the power of the Obama administration.
That makes tying EV-68 to the illegal aliens dangerous for researchers, since an acknowledgement of the fact the disease entered through our porous borders would hurt Obama and the democrats just before the midterm elections. On the other hand, the fact that children have died and another 50 or so are suffering from paralysis, with little improvement once they have it, makes it a serious breach of ethics for these researchers to hide the origin of the disease.
EV-68 has been extremely rare in the United States. Between the years 1970-2005, there were a total of 26 cases of EV-68. In Kansas City alone this year, they have treated over 500 children. Nationwide, the United States has seen over 300 times as many cases as we did between 1970 and 2005. (That’s 36 years for the liberals among us) The timing is also suspicious.
Assuming that illegal children were allowed into the country with EV-68. When would it most likely spread? After school started. In the area around Colorado’s main hospital handling EV-68 cases, schools started on August 5th. The epidemic hit on August 8th. The schools in Kansas City opened on August 11th and the epidemic hit on August 19th.
Experts describe the epidemic as being “geographically isolated.” What does that mean? Usually an epidemic starts in one place and sweeps across the country. That didn’t happen with EV-68. EV-68 had many points of origin and spread to fill in the blanks. That’s exactly what you would expect if the virus was being spread by Obama’s illegal children.
In a 2010-2011 study of children in Central America found widespread exposure to enteroviruses. In Nicaragua, a full 25% of children tested had some form of enterovirus.
We know that Obama released these illegals in almost every state and we know that EV-68 has now appeared in at least 43 states. The scary part is that scientists are expecting another cluster of infections. Obama’s administration informed schools that they were required to admit the illegals without vaccine records or a health screening. What could go wrong with that?
Steven Ahle is the Editor of Red Statements.