The Border Patrol says it detained 740 Africans in the Del Rio sector in the first two weeks of June. How did they get here? Well they flew from the Congo which is experiencing a huge Ebola outbreak, to Mexico. They then rode trucks to the border and finally arrived screaming GIBS ME DAT!  and give them freebies we did. Because well, goodness no you can’t say no to a hungry low IQ black savage.

Of course it’s only a matter of time before an Ebola case gets through.  Idiot San Antonio directors of health say “oh well they say they have been traveling for six weeks so they can’t have Ebola, but of course, they are lying.  The flight can be done in 24 hours, and another day they can be at the US border. TWO DAYS. Well within the Ebola incubation period. So where’s the health OUTRAGE? There is none. There is absolute silence.

They arrived with thousands of dollars in their pockets. Poor africans with thousands of dollars. That means Soros has done a spend of probably ten thousand per family group, or about 100×10,000 or a million bucks. chump change to negro seed the USA with Ebola infected Africans.

And even if they don’t have Ebola, they will be welfare sucks for life, popping out eight or fifteen children, and their low IQ also includes low ability to care about morality or as they like to call that psychopathology. So they will be violent savages in our midst.

Thank god they are going way up to Maine.  Boy that first winter must shock the hell out of them.

NAIROBI, Kenya – The World Health Organization took the rare step Wednesday of classifying an ongoing Ebola outbreak in eastern Congo as a “public health emergency of international concern,” just days after a first case of the virus was confirmed in the major city of Goma, on the border with Rwanda.

The last time the global health body declared an international emergency for Ebola was during the 2014-2016 outbreak in West Africa that killed more than 11,000 people. The designation means this outbreak qualifies for a higher level of global vigilance and mobilization to stem its spread.

Ebola began spreading in Congo’s conflict-ridden North Kivu province last summer and has infected more than 2,500 people and killed nearly 1,700, according to official Health Ministry figures. . . .

The declaration should not be used “as an excuse to impose trade or travel restrictions, which would have a negative impact on the response and on the lives and livelihoods of people in the region,” said Robert Steffen, chairman of the Emergency Committee.