CDC and NY Rockland County identify ‘people from overseas’ as source of measles resurgence

In 2000, the Centers for Disease Control believed measles to have been eradicated in the United States.

Beginning in 2008, however, cases began to climb. In 2014, the number of measles exploded to over 600, more than all reported cases between 2009 and 2013. The CDC called it a 20-year high.

On March 26, 2019, New York’s Rockland County was the first in the U.S. to declare a medical martial law via an executive order by county executive and former police officer Ed Day, banning from public places and even threatening to imprison children who were not vaccinated against measles.

Less than 2 weeks later, on April 9, 2019, New York City declared a “public health emergency” of an active outbreak of measles in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. Mandatory measles vaccination was ordered for all residents and workers in Williamsburg. Those who fail to be vaccinated within 48 hours of the order committed a misdeamernor in violation of §3.05of the NYC Health Code, for which they would be “subject to civil and/or criminal fines, forfeitures and penalties, including imprisonment.”

The media and public sentiments blame “anti-vaxxers” for the resurgence of measles. But we have good reasons to suspect the source to be illegal aliens, given reports of the diseases they carry. Indeed, none other than the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Rockland County executive Ed Day admitted this, although they used the euphemisms of “people from overseas” and “foreign travelers”.

To begin, in 2015, the CDC attributed an outbreak of measles in Disney theme parks to a person from “overseas”. As reported by Breitbart, Dr. Anne Schuchat of the CDC said:

“We don’t know exactly how this outbreak started but we do think it was likely a person infected with measles overseas. We assume that someone got infected with measles overseas, visited Disneyland park, and spread the disease to others.”

More recently, in a Fox News video, Rockland County executive Ed Day also identified “people from overseas” as the source of the measles outbreak. Day was asked by the Fox News reporter why he took the step to declare a medical state-of-emergency. Day answered:

“I took the step because we’ve been battling this for six months. Six months ago, we had seven infected individuals come from overseas to the local area in Rockland County.

In the video below, Day once again identified the seven infected “travelers” as the source of the measles outbreak:

Last year, not just one, but seven unvaccinated travelers diagnosed with measles came into our county between October 1 and October 17. Led to 153 confirmed cases and this is the longest outbreak in the U.S. due to measles — a disease that was officially eradicated in 2000.”

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DCG
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DCG
1 year ago

Shocker, not.

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  DCG

Just wait until all that pestilence from the LA homeless kicks in. Still, some people believe these things just “happen”.

William
William
1 year ago
Reply to  Lophatt

And don’t forget the Model Emergency Health Powers Act (MEHPA), fascism in the guise of public health. Just waiting for a good epidemic. Or even a fake one

CalGirl
CalGirl
1 year ago

In my local paper, they published the known movements of a visitor to CA so people who might have had contact can be pro-active/on alert. Also, one large university here quarantined a huge amt. of students who’d been the same places on campus as the infected student. None of the articles identified whether or not these “typhoid Marys” were foreign or not. But this I know from teaching in CA public schools—-no one can register for/attend middle school without proof of their shots. Every year I have kids on my roll at the beginning of the year that don’t show… Read more »

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  CalGirl

About forty years ago I was attending a class in San Diego. It was on disease vectors. The Border Patrol provided a presentation and Q&A on illegal immigration and its implications for disease control. This is a VERY OLD problem. Of course it has gotten worse because the shear numbers are much higher. San Diego County had field workers who were out trying to find these people and evaluate them. They provided free vaccines. The problem was that most of the migrants think of them as “La Migra” and run whenever they approach. This has got to stop. Without any… Read more »

chemtrails
chemtrails
1 year ago
Reply to  CalGirl

Measles is a no big deal. Get it once, immune for ever. Funny how the “medical wizards” never came up with a vaccine for scarlet fever and that seemed to disappear. Hand washing and public sanitation did more to get rid of disease than anything else.

William
William
1 year ago
Reply to  chemtrails

When I was a kid we all got measles, mumps, chicken pox – the childhood diseases. Then lifetime immunity. Infectious disease used to be a big problem, then basic hygiene caught on around the turn of the 20th century and now infectious disease accounts for only 1 percent of mortality

chemtrails
chemtrails
1 year ago
Reply to  William

Except for the MRSA and other antibiotic resistant buggies that people are dying from. But, that is once again thanks to our allopathic moron establishment and them over prescribing anti biotics and their obeisance to the totally flawed and wrong germ theory of Pasteur.

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  chemtrails

like William said, we ALL got Measles and survived. The problem with illegals and the homeless are things like Typhus, and Chagas Disease. There are also a host of parasites and insect-born pathogens that thrive in filthy environments.

To me they have to know that they’re thinning the herd and setting the stage for martial law. What other outcome would they expect. They have to know that the modern practice of hygiene wasn’t for nothing.

We now have Medieval LA.

CalGirl
CalGirl
1 year ago
Reply to  chemtrails

`If you are a pregnant woman exposed to measles, it IS A VERY BIG DEAL. It can cause death of the fetus, or cause severe mental retardation. It is also an “opportunity” infection to provide inroads to incefilitis and spinal meningitis if you are age 3 and under & have not yet had all your shots or are insufficiently covered yet by your boosters after your initial baby shots. I’ve watched a 3-yr-old neighbor pre-school child die of this when we worked in a health clinic in Utah, and within HOURS of notice that something was wrong, fever, etc. He… Read more »

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  CalGirl

I think the point was that, on balance, it isn’t a panic situation. Until my twenties I had exactly three vaccines. I can’t recall a single kid I knew dying from Measles.

We all feared Polio. Although I didn’t know anyone with that either. We all got Measles, Mumps and Whooping Cough.

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
1 year ago

Finally they admit exactly what the rest of us have suspected for some time. This truly is a travesty, yet so many of the cretins in our Congress do not want to do anything about the hordes of folks flowing across our Southern boarder.

YouKnowWho
YouKnowWho
1 year ago

No crisis at the border. We should welcome theses folks that bring us disease, drugs and human trafficking. They work for next to nothing. They’ll live in a hovel so it won’t cost much to house them. and they’ll live 20 to a room. They don’t need drivers licenses. And they help reduce the population with murder. Seem like nice people to me. Can I buy a couple?
(sarc in case you didn’t notice)

Daniel Silvan
Daniel Silvan
1 year ago
Reply to  YouKnowWho

Good news: You don’t have to buy them. Just vote Democrat and they will be provided to you in greater amounts than you require.

Daniel Silvan
Daniel Silvan
1 year ago

Finally, an admission of truth. But they left out a whole host of other diseases that illegals bring here. Along with fleas, lice etc. that are vectors for disease and wreak havoc when brought into an industrialized populated city.

chemtrails
chemtrails
1 year ago
Reply to  Daniel Silvan

My fave is the bedbugs brought by illegal aliens.

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  chemtrails

Yeah, for those who can’t travel the jungle comes to you.

DCG
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DCG
1 year ago
Reply to  Lophatt

And they bring many goodies…

Battalion of Africans Invades Across Rio Grande:

https://moonbattery.com/battalion-of-africans-invades-across-rio-grande/

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  DCG

Yeah, from the heart of the Ebola outbreak. Now, tell me they’re traveling on money they saved from their Ethiopian prince scam. Soros (and his ilk) are in this knee deep.

William
William
1 year ago

Regardless of the source, 153 cases of measles hardly constitutes a “public health emergency”. It’s just measles, it’s not Ebola. But of course they blame anti-vaxxers, who are probably racis’ too, and climate deniers, whatever that is. So unless you’re a white supremacist anti-science type, get your kids vaccinated. And if they end up on The Spectrum, well, that’s a small price to pay to contain a public health emergency

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  William

No, it doesn’t. It’s “Y2K” all over again.

chemtrails
chemtrails
1 year ago

Funny, but I got my measles from a vaccinated person. Oh, and the vaccines don’t work cuz I got vaccinated as a child and probably got it again when I was insane enough to join the military.

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  chemtrails

Yep. What slays me is that doctors are taught this. They know perfectly well that any vaccination given to a child under six months will result in that child not reacting to that disease. It could kill them.

But, after all that time and expense it is always better to keep one’s head down and follow the protocol.

Chemtrailssuck
1 year ago
Reply to  Lophatt

My mom had told me that her Rheumatologist advised her to avoid recently vaccinated people, so you are right, they know, but they worship their paychecks above all, including the lives of infants and their patients. Can’t get much lower.

chemtrails
chemtrails
1 year ago

I think we should be vaccinated against politicians and freemasons who are destroying our world.

Alma
Alma
1 year ago

there is an ignorance when it comes to hygiene methods of washing hands, covering the mouth when coughing-sneezing, cleanliness, and the undocumented illegals that DO NOT know anything concerning personal hygiene, so we end up with what endemic diseases they bring, thus spreading and getting out of control. Vaccinations in those countries is unknown.

Chemtrailssuck
1 year ago
Reply to  Alma

Actually, in Africa, they vaccinate the population all the time, the pharmaceutical companies send recalled and expired vaccines over there (thanks Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, you slimy eugenecists!) and they make them sicker or kill them off, in the name of population control. In Pakistan, they killed some “aid workers’ who had been vaccinating children (and killing them), so they got rid of their problem (the aid workers).