More Fake News: Refugee TB cases three times greater than media reported


Why this story today? More for the point that we have been getting more fake news than we could possibly imagine. And this one could impact our health. We find out now that many States are not reporting or have under reported the number of TB cases in each State. Keep in mind, the TB of today is not your Grandparents TB. Many cases are extremely difficult to treat and have morphed into a virulent form. So put this one down as “Now you know.” Meanwhile, Obama rushes more refugees down our gullet before he departs.

Between 2012 and 2015, 1,565 refugees were diagnosed with active tuberculosis (TB) tbin the United States, according to annual reports published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

The CDC data, which has been public but obscure until now, shows that the number of refugees diagnosed with active TB in recent years is more than three times greater than previously reported by any media outlet.

Example:

Georgia, for instance, is the most surprising untold story. During the four years between 2012 and 2015, 96 cases of active TB were diagnosed among refugees in the Peach State. On a per capita basis, Georgia has one of the highest instances of refugee TB of any state in the country. Yet nowhere has this important story been reported.

The number of refugees diagnosed with TB in the United States has increased every year since 2012, the first year the CDC began publishing data on foreign-born cases of the disease by category, when 358 were diagnosed. In 2013, 396 refugees were diagnosed with TB. The following year, 2014, 402 refugees were diagnosed with TB, and in 2015, the number of refugees diagnosed with TB rose again to 409. Data for 2016 has not yet been reported.

More at Breitbart for the full impact of this under and none reported story.

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17 Responses to “More Fake News: Refugee TB cases three times greater than media reported”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    Of course this rise id due to our lax immigration policies and that goes against the narrative so it must be stifled. It it wasn’t for fake news we wouldn’t be getting any news at all! 😉

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Loved it Steve. Yes, the air waves would be dead. Long Live Bloggers!!!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Mustang Says:

    I am convinced that it is the official policy of the United States government to treat its citizens as mushrooms: keep us in the dark and feed us shit. The government of the United States has NO credibility with me whatsoever. None. It has evolved as George Washington predicted it would. I noticed in my recent travels to Europe that the people living there pay no attention to the shenanigans of their governments. This leads me to conclude that Thomas Gray was correct: Where ignorance is bliss, tis folly to be wise. Whoever thinks that Trump will make a difference inside the beltway is seriously delusional.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree. Ignorance in the order of the day. I will give Trump some time. Maybe delusional, but I know its the last boat out. Katty bar the door.

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  3. mcnorman Says:

    Sadly, I must tell you that this has been a huge problem at the border for many years now. It is one of those minor details that journalism does not like to report on. People coming from 3rd world countries bring their 3rd world problems with them. We have actually had high schools inform the public (later than they should have but better late than never) when these things have happened. One year, the entire high school was almost shut down. I say almost because shutting down never happens in a sanctuary city. Who pays for all of this? You and I do. It sure as heck won’t be Obumbler and his camp. Personally, I think that they should all be sent to his new home in DC with an invite to use their facilities. I’ll chip in for camping gear because you know that MOO will never allow them to stay in her home.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      This is the greatest danger that Obama has foisted upon us. No name immigrants, who come to our country without the love previous immigrants demonstrated for our wonderful Nation.

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  4. Sparky Says:

    Obama is a truly evil man. I think that about covers it.
    Thank you for keeping us abreast of these developments. I’ll be sure to share it with others.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      This will be his true legacy.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. thetinfoilhatsociety Says:

    TB is particularly difficult to treat, mostly because the treatment time is months not days or weeks. That’s why it’s become multi-drug resistant, because so many people initiate treatment but do not follow through. This is also why it’s become much more expensive to treat – you have to go to the health department and get the medications while being witnessed by a staff member weekly. This is one of the few cases where they can actually issue a warrant for your arrest if you don’t show up and get your dose. I don’t know if they do, but I know they can.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The cost is $300,000 for a drug resistant form of TB. A disease pretty much eliminated in the US.

      Liked by 1 person

      • petermac3 Says:

        Another sterling successful initiative to go along with his economic and defense policies.

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  6. petermc3 Says:

    TB cases, unemployment figures? Paraphrasing The Incredible Bulk,” What does it matter now?” Its a question of semantics and yes numbers do lie when they’re coming out of the mouth of the american main stream media.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Bingo. Lying weasels all of the,

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The Washington Compost got their bell rung with the false story of the power break hacking. Lies lies, lies.

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  7. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      thanks again…

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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