Breaking: Has Ebola Entered The US Across Our Southern Border

(Tea Party PAC) – What open-border advocates don’t want you to know is that it’s not racist to vet people before they enter our country. It’s sensible.

It is absolutely insane that anyone needs to explain this these days. There was a time, not that long ago, when most people wouldn’t have even questioned this concept.

With an open border comes many risks. We don’t know who is coming in, what they’re bringing with them, or what diseases they might be spreading.

In this case, along with measles and the flu, illegal migrants may have brought ebola into our country.

This is something the mainstream media won’t touch with a 10-foot pole, but it’s a HUGE story.

Here’s the background.

There has been an ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo since last August.

In early May, the AP reported:

More than 1,000 people have died from Ebola in eastern Congo since August, the country’s health minister said Friday as hostility toward health workers continues to hamper efforts to contain the second-deadliest outbreak of the virus.

Health Minister Oly Ilunga told The Associated Press that four deaths in the outbreak epicenter of Katwa helped push the death toll to 1,008. Two more deaths were reported in the city of Butembo.

The outbreak declared almost nine months ago already had caused the most deaths behind the 2014-2016 outbreak in West Africa’s Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia that killed more than 11,000 people.

A volatile security situation and deep community mistrust have hampered efforts to control the epidemic in eastern Congo. Ebola treatment centers have come under repeated attack, leaving government health officials to staff clinics in the hotspots of Butembo and Katwa.

And according to sources in the Texas border region, illegal migrants infected with ebola have crossed the southern border.

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

Earlier this week, the UN was urged to increase Ebola prevention efforts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the highest level of emergency response.