Evidence shows that Barack Obama’s open border policies fueled the deadly EV-D68 epidemic in America.
EV-D68 has been detected in 9 deaths across the US this year. The CDC confirmed thata total of 1,105 people in 47 states and the District of Columbia have suffered complications from the EV-D68.
Enterovirus EV-D68 cases have been reported in all 50 states except for Iowa, Maryland, Delaware and Oklahoma. (CDC)
The deadly EV-D68 enterovirus epidemic, which struck thousands of kids this fall, was likely propelled through America by President Barack Obama’s decision to allow tens of thousands of Central Americans across the Texas border, according to a growing body of genetic and statistical evidence.
The evidence includes admissions from top health officials that the epidemic included multiple strains of the virus, and that it appeared simultaneously in multiple independent locations.
The question can be settled if federal researchers study the genetic fingerprint of the EV-D68 viruses that first hit kids in Colorado, Missouri and Illinois to see if they are close relatives to the EV-D68 viruses found in Central America.