Medical Staff Warned: Keep Your Mouths Shut About Illegal Immigrants or Face Arrest

Security forces called themselves the “Brown Shirts.”

For Fox NewsTodd Starnes  reports: A government-contracted security force threatened to arrest doctors and nurses if they divulged any information about the contagion threat at a refugee camp housing illegal alien children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, sources say.

In spite of the threat, several former camp workers broke their confidentiality agreements and shared exclusive details with me about the dangerous conditions at the camp. They said taxpayers deserve to know about the contagious diseases and the risks the children pose to Americans. I have agreed to not to disclose their identities because they fear retaliation and prosecution.

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“There were several of us who wanted to talk about the camps, but the agents made it clear we would be arrested,” a psychiatric counselor told me. “We were under orders not to say anything.”

“It was a very submissive atmosphere. Once you stepped onto the grounds, you abided by their laws – the Brown Shirt laws.”

The sources said workers were guarded by a security force from the Baptist Family & Children’s Services, which the Department of Health and Human Services hired to run the Lackland Camp.

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Matt Drudge isn’t an alarmist, he’s just ahead of the curve

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The sources say security forces called themselves the “Brown Shirts.”
“It was a very submissive atmosphere,” the counselor said. “Once you stepped onto the grounds, you abided by their laws – the Brown Shirt laws.”

“They’re going to crush the system, We can’t sustain this. They are overwhelming the system and I think it’s a travesty.”

She said the workers were stripped of their cellphones and other communication devices. Anyone caught with a phone was immediately fired. Read the rest of this entry »


The Hammer: HHS Demographic Report ‘Sounds Like a Lot of Happy Talk’

From NRO:  The Department of Health and Human Services says that the demographics it released today about Obamacare enrollees aren’t a cause for concern; Charles Krauthammer says:

“…sounds like a lot of happy talk.”

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With 2.1 million Americans enrolled in Obamacare so far, only 24 percent are in the key 18–34 age bracket — fewer “young and healthies” than expected, Krauthammer noted. But insurance companies aren’t especially worried because, if they suffer huge losses, Obamacare provides for a government bailout that will save them from raising their premiums and beginning a “death spiral,” Krauthammer said.

“That’s why Republicans ought to pass within a week or two or three — right now — a provision to abolish the bailout, and then you will see insurers speaking in a completely different way”

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Half of infants in Washington State now face starvation due to Federal Shutdown, say Wa. State Dems

In an attempt to dramatize the effects of the federal government shutdown, Washington state Democrats may have revealed more about their state and about the state of the economy under President Obama than they intended.  The Advance, official blog of the Washington state house Democrats, posted the following on Thursday:

Federal shutdown could take food from half the babies in Washington state

Half of Washington state’s babies—and one third of all pregnant women in the state—rely on the Women, Infant and Children nutrition program.

The program is run by the state, but the funding comes from the federal government. Which is shut down.

Now the money that feeds those pregnant women, babies and young children will run out in a matter of days, according to the state Department of Health….

Almost half of all babies, one third of pregnant women, and one quarter of children under five in Washington State are on the WIC Program.

In Washington State, WIC reaches over 195,000 women, infants, and children in 205 clinics each month and provides services to over 315,000 individuals each year.

WIC is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture and operated by the Washington State Department of Health.

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