The items posted in this column are provided by George Taylor, a retired Border Patrol agent.
DIGGING DEEPER: Fentanyl overdoses surpass methamphetamine overdoses
June 11, 2020
TUCSON - More people are dying from fentanyl overdoses than ever before.
In the first quarter of the year, there's been an increase in fentanyl overdoses, surpassing methamphetamine overdoses, according to the Pima County Health Department.
By Todd Bensman on June 18, 2020
Major U.S. media organizations have recently reported that Covid-19 is jumping the southern border from overwhelmed Mexican hospitals in significant numbers, flooding California and Arizona hospitals along the border. Much of the reporting entirely avoided saying who all of these patients are who are crossing in from Mexico, although the New York Times took pains to emphatically report, with no supporting attribution, as I pointed out in a blog last week, that they were all American expatriates sickened in Mexico or else Mexican "green-card holders" who all would, of course, be entitled to the U.S. intensive care beds.
This column was posted in townhall.com, and the link is provided for your reading information.
May 14, 2020
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC.us) is mobilizing activists across America to oppose the Democrats three-trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus bill because the legislation contains Amnesty for many illegal immigrants, releases felons and illegals from jails, and makes it easier for healthcare companies to import more foreign doctors and nurses at a time when many American healthcare workers are losing their jobs.
The bill is called the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act or HEROES Act. (View Bill Text)
Wuhan to Shanghai = 839 km
Wuhan to Beijing = 1,152 km
Wuhan to Milan = 8,684 km
Wuhan to NY = 12,033 km
The Coronavirus started in Wuhan yet there is no effect of Coronavirus in nearby Beijing or Shanghai but many deaths in Italy, Iran, European countries and USA.
All business areas of China are now safe.
America is not just blaming China without a reason.
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