DHS Calls CDC To Investigate Growing Number Of Sick Migrant Invaders

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#21

Is it really a surprise as Daddy stayed in the US and missed the funeral of his much loved daughter??

Yes a little fact lightly reported or ignored.

Jakelin’s father remains in the United States, where the father and daughter turned themselves in to U.S. border agents on Dec. 6, hoping they could find a way of staying to start a new life.


#22

Third world?

The MMR has been banned in Japan for 25 years.


#23

“Subhuman”? “Invaders”?

The U S, per graph, is in the middle of the pack for rates of vaccinations.

That said, since these are not people going through the legal channels to emigrate, these individuals may be sick with diseases not prevalent in the U S.


#24

That is not what the article says.

Of the 3,969 medical compensation claims relating to vaccines in the last 30 years, a quarter had been made by those badly affected by the combined measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, they say.

The triple jab was banned in Japan in 1993 after 1.8 million children had been given two types of MMR and a record number developed non-viral meningitis and other adverse reactions.

1.8 million received the drug, they all didn’t experience adverse reactions.

And it seems you also missed this little factoid:
They continue using individual vaccines for measles, mumps and rubella.

Seems they are vaccinated after all.


#25

The price of the left’s compassion.


#26

“Parent”

We have no idea who’s children these really are. Maybe they had parents when they started out but the “father” didn’t have a loophole to exploit until he found opportunity.


#27

Did they ever officially release the cause of death?

No, it is no surprise Daddy stayed in the US.


#28

Nothing has been released publicly yet that I know of.


#29

They got a bad batch of vaccine or some of it got contaminated at some point.

The whole point of vaccination is to generate an immuno response, sometimes that means you’re going to get a little sick from it.

Only one in about 900 of the 1.8m kids vaccinated in a 4 year period with that specific vaccine reported unwanted/unexpected side effects and only a tiny handful developed any serious problems such as meningitis. They were all successfully treated.

Japan has since adopted monovalent vaccines for all three diseases.

There has been some controversy associated with the implementation of the MMR vaccine in Japan. The possible side effects of the vaccine include mild issues such as allergic reaction, fever, rash and swelling of the cheeks or neck; as well as more serious concerns, such as seizures, joint pain and hearing loss. Despite the side effects, the vaccine was adopted for widespread use by developed nations around the globe. It is important to note that there are risks associated with any vaccine. Japan, however, reported several cases of non-viral meningitis and other adverse reactions in the 1.8 million children or more who had been immunized during a four-year period. This equates to approximately one in every 900 children reportedly experiencing negative reactions. These results, as well as growing public opposition to the vaccine, eventually led the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare to ban the MMR vaccine in Japan in 1993. A ban that remains to this day as the agency awaits the development of a combined vaccine they consider safer.

But if you have a baby in Japan, can your child still get vaccinated against these diseases? The answer is yes. While the original MMR vaccine was banned in 1993, after a second version was trialled in 1991, the individual vaccines for measles, mumps and rubella remain available to parents looking to immunize their children, which means that the vaccine can be administered separately in Japan if desired. The estimated cost of which is listed below.

JPY(including tax)
Consultation fee for the first visit : ¥4,320
Measles vaccine : ¥8,640.-/shot
Mumps vaccine : ¥8,640.-/shot
Rubella vaccine : ¥8,640.-/shot

These monovalent vaccines are an effective way to protect your child against these serious diseases and their harmful symptoms. To book an appointment with an English-speaking doctor in Japan regarding vaccination options you can chat with us using the feature on the bottom-right hand corner of the screen.

If you’re interested in having your child vaccinated, speak with your physician about the options available. The King Clinic in Omotesando specializes in immunizations and vaccinations. If you live in Yokohama, Ocean Clinic can also cover all your vaccination needs. Not all vaccines are included in the national immunization program, so it is important to be specific about which shots you would like your child to have. Unfortunately, this may mean more out-of-pocket costs for parents. If you’re not covered by the Japan National Health Insurance (NHI) program, please check with your insurance provider of any additional costs.


#31

While I’m all for securing the border with physical barriers, electronic surveillance, monitoring, ground sensors and a highly beefed up BP with RR capability and concerned about the diseases that come with uncontrolled immigration calling them “Sub-Human” speaks volumes about the person stating it.


#32

Yes they did release the official cause of death.

Jakelin died from a combination of cardiac arrest, brain swelling and liver failure, U.S. officials said. And the amazing thing is it’s ICE’s fault.

But you people believe what you will.


#33

“You people will believe what you will”?


#34

No. I really don’t.:thinking:

https://www.texasobserver.org/disease-threat-immigrant-children-wildly-overstated/


#35

Multiple organ failure was the means of death, the cause of death wasn’t determined. Was it viral, bacterial, due to an extended period of low electrolytes? Some form of Toxin?


#36

The Observer is a horrible source, it’s a far leftwing rag.


#37

How about this one?

https://cis.org/Immigration-Studies/Vaccination-Rates-Among-Immigrants-Are-Legitimate-Concern

It makes the claim that vaccination percentages in these countries vary widely & questions reliability of numbers given.

Are a lot of kids in Texas getting sick with communicable diseases like measles, mumps and rubella?


#38

Mostly illegals and spread by illegals. The anti-vaxxers are also largely responsible. When the vaccinated population falls below about 90% you lose your “herd immunity” and then new variants can overcome the existing vaccines so we have to come up with new vaccines that include the new strains.


#39

Sounds like Texas needs a kick the anti vaxxers innthe teeth man like Jerry here:

https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2015/06/30/418908804/california-governor-signs-school-vaccination-law


#40

Kinda violates both the State and Federal Constitutions.

It also has no effect on private schools or homeschooled kids.

The anti vaxxers all need to be kicked in the teeth though.


#41

“It also has no effect on private schools”

Per the article students enrolled in California private schools must be vaccinated.

It violates what part of the Constitution? Members of a small handful of churches are exempt on religious grounds.

I still love :two_hearts: the man for coming down on these people like a rock.