EPIC BACKFIRE: Angry migrants STORM Texas border crossing, injure agents, force port of entry CLOSURE

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EPIC BACKFIRE: Angry migrants STORM Texas border crossing, injure agents, force port of entry CLOSURE
Fred T JUL. 20, 2019 3:27 PM BY FRED T

EPIC BACKFIRE: Angry migrants STORM Texas border crossing, injure agents, force port of entry CLOSURE

We have a saying in Texas that goes “don’t mess with Texas.” (A lot of our sayings have our name in them.) But people continue to try to mess with Texas anyway. And on Friday, an angry mob of “migrants” attempted to cross into this country illegally by basically attacking a border patrol guarded port of entry to the United States on our fine state’s southern border.

The geniuses caused what is one of this country’s biggest ports of entry to CLOSE as a result. Brilliant.

Around 4 a.m., officials said in a press release, around 50 individuals rushed the Customs and Border Protection at Pharr International Bridge and clashed with agents. The group attempted to overwhelm officials by organizing into three “waves” for the rush attack.

“Ignoring commands to stop, the group suddenly rushed the temporary barricades, bent metal poles and disabled the concertina wire affixed to the barrier,” said Customs and Border Protection in the release.

CBS-4 in Harlingen, near Brownsville (about 45 miles away from the bridge), reports:

Several males in the group physically pushed through the barriers and, when confronted by CBP, the individuals began assaulting officers and attempted to grab the officers’ protective devices.

Agents deployed tear gas and pepperball launching systems in efforts to stop the group.

The result? A temporary closing of one of the busiest points of access in the whole dang country. Smart move, dummies.

It’s a crisis. An emergency. Not merely because of conditions at detention facilities that are overwhelmed by the mass illegal immigration, but because of the emboldened, increasingly defiant and entitled “migrant” population that watch the news and hear Democrats telling them they have the right to be here, without document, without entering legally, and without restriction.

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From Alerts USA

TX gov officials to sign disaster declaration over Ebola threat. Move allows
broad travel restrictions to be placed on exposed persons being monitored.

Ebola In Hawii

Rumor has it, that Hawaii has an Ebola case also!

Be safe, don’t eat fish, kelp, corn, don’t talk to people you don’t know, don’t let anyone touch you, if someone acts feverish run the other way, and for god’s sake, don’t let anyone cough or sneeze around you, sweat around you, or cry on you.  They claim it is not airborne except when someone coughs or sneezes, and in body fluids of any kind.

Be Safe!

http://pzfeed.com/atient-in-isolation-in-honolulu-hospital/

PATIENT IN ISOLATION IN HONOLULU HOSPITAL FOR POSSIBLE EBOLA
NATIONAL 15 HOURS AGO 1 COMMENT

The Department of Health has confirmed a patient is currently in isolation and undergoing testing in a Honolulu area hospital for the Ebola virus.

A male who was checked in to the hospital on Wednesday morning is currently undergoing testing for several conditions, Health Department officials said.

The Department of Health would not confirm to that the man had traveled to or from West Africa in recent weeks.

Ebola Spreading, Be Safe! Be Prepared!

Ok… Ebola, confirmed in Dallas, Texas.  The individual had gone to the hospital a few days ago.  He had been to Liberia, where Ebola runs rampant.  This individual had Ebola symptoms.  He was given antibiotics and sent back home.  At home, he was in contact with 5 children, of which attend 4 different schools in Dallas area.

Alerts USA has the name of the schools as follows:

“The 4 unnamed Dallas schools attended by students exposed to Ebola patient
are Tasby Middle School, Hotchkiss Elem, Dan D. Rogers Elem and Conrad High
School.”

Alerts USA also posted this to me in email:

“AlertsUSA sources within Texas HHS indicate at least 2 add’l Ebola cases in
Dallas area hospitals. Numbers expected to climb. Pub anncmnt expected
within days.”

In addition to the Ebola news, is the RAM Alert in Tennessee today  see it here:  NETC

Why the hell has Obama not closed down the borders?  Why are people walking around with Ebola?  Why is the news media got their heads in the sand?  We have flights coming in from Liberia, Sierra Leone, and other countries that are literally failing, due to the pandemic, and America does nothing to protect us.  If you are not taking these issues very seriously, you need to quit watching the regular news, and go to where you can learn the truth.  This is a mess, and if statistics are correct, before December, America could literally have 5 million dead and dying from Ebola!!!

Waken the sleepers, and for God’s sake, don’t you dare let Obola, act like he is saving us from these evil ISIS scum, he helped create them, he funded them, and now he is saving us from them?  What at the price of the rest of our Rights?  Are you kidding me?  All the while, he has literally introduced Ebola into America, guaranteed to kill 90% of the population, and for who?

Sheeple awaken!!!  They will be coming for ours guns next!  They will need to save us from ISIS, save us from ourselves, save us from our neighbors!  Are you kidding me?  WAKE UP BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!!!!!

Its Here, Take Heed!

RSOE EDIS -AlertMail

A Dallas hospital expects preliminary test results Tuesday that may confirm whether a patient there has Ebola. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas placed the patient into “strict isolation” after the person’s symptoms and recent travel history raised concerns, spokeswoman Candace White said in a written statement Monday. The name and other details about the patient were not released. The hospital said it is following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations to ensure the safety of patients, staff members and visitors. No Ebola cases have been confirmed in the United States, though several aid workers who contracted the disease in West Africa have returned to the U.S. for treatment. Last month, patients in Sacramento and New York City were isolated because of concerns they’d contracted the disease, but they tested negative for the virus. Specimens from such patients are delivered to the CDC in Atlanta for testing that takes 24 to 48 hours. There have been more than 6,500 cases of the disease in Africa and more than 3,000 deaths have been linked to it, according to the World Health Organization. Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea have been hit the hardest. Ebola has killed up to 90 percent of those it has infected, but the death rate in this outbreak is closer to 60 percent because of early treatment. The virus spreads through direct contact with blood, organs or other bodily fluids and with surfaces contaminated with the fluids. Early signs of Ebola such as fever, diarrhea and vomiting can develop within two days of infection. There is no specific treatment for Ebola, but doctors can provide fluids and pain relief before symptoms become severe. Death occurs from profuse internal and external bleeding that starves the organs of blood. Dr. Kent Brantly, a Fort Worth physician who contracted the virus in July while doing relief work in Africa, was treated in an Atlanta hospital. He was discharged in August after nearly three weeks of treatment. He and another American aid worker, Nancy Writebol, received an experimental treatment called ZMapp. It’s unknown whether the drug helped or whether they improved on their own. On Sunday, an American doctor who was exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone was admitted to an isolation unit at a hospital at the National Institutes of Health near Washington D.C. Another aid worker who contracted Ebola while volunteering in West Africa also remains hospitalized.
The name of Hazard: Ebola hemorrhagic viral fever (EVD, sup.)
Species: Human
Status: Suspected