Jul 15, 2014

https://tfrlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/366673_immigration-crisis.jpgWell, sort of.

Last weekend on Truth Frequency, Chris Geo noted – on both his own show, as well as FreedomLinks with Joe Joseph – that Guadalajara train station employees have been saying that there aren’t any unaccompanied minors coming through the busiest train station in Central America, and that children across Central America have been told by their parents “not to trust the missionary gringos” because children are being “kidnapped” by them. This would obviously mean that the children are being brought in some other way besides their parents sending them here.

Well, we finally found some evidence showing that there is indeed a “Christian missionary” link to this whole debacle: The Baptist Children and Family Services has apparently been contracted out to act as “babysitters” for the thousands of illegal immigrant children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX and Fort Sill in Oklahoma.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) seems to think the children coming across the southern border are remarkably healthy. It’s a sentiment shared by BCFS — the Texas-based agency formerly known as Baptist Child & Family Services contracted to run camps at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio and Fort Sill in Oklahoma.

https://tfrlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/article-2680259-1F0D702300000578-280_634x398.jpgSo, if this is a concerted effort by the Obama Administration to bring those children over here after being kidnapped by a third party (who is also being contracted by the federal government) and house them in these “giant orphanages”, what’s the point? What are they doing here? In what way are these children going to be used in America?

As ugly as it sounds, we must be aware of the possibilities. These children could be used for things as horrible as child prostitution and child pornography, to simpler – and way more tolerable, albeit awful – crimes such as adoption scams or cheap slave labor, sexual or otherwise.

Another aspect to this is the public health issue, which I hadn’t thought of until today:

[N]urses at Lackland in San Antonio, said they know of at least four teenagers in their camp who have tuberculosis.

“The nurses are telling us the kids are really sick,” the source told me. “The tuberculosis is definitely there.”

My source said there are children showing classic tuberculosis symptoms — spitting up blood, a constant cough and chest pain.

BCFS officials deny that any child at Lackland has been diagnosed with TB and the state health commissoner downplayed the health threat. While confirming their had been three cases of TB, Lakey said it was not unusual, the Associated Press reported….

HHS released a statement neither confirming nor denying what the nurses are telling me: “When unaccompanied children come into the Department of Health and Human Services program, they are given a well-child exam and given all needed childhood vaccinations to protect against communicable diseases,” the statement read. “They are also screened for tuberculosis, and receive a mental health exam. If children are determined to have any communicable disease or have been exposed to a communicable disease, they are placed in a program or facility that has the capacity to quarantine.”


This is the same HHS that previously denied there were any cases of scabies. They make it sound as if there are very few health problems among the illegals. They even downplay the lice epidemic — just 119 “officially confirmed” cases.

“They are lying,” one nurse told me. “We treated that many kids with lice on a given day. We would put 20 kids in front of us – 10 in each row. You could see the bugs crawling through their hair.”

Another former staff member told me it was like working in a giant emergency room.

“They had children in the infirmary that had been there several days,” the former staffer told me. “You were on your feet nonstop. They had chicken pox, measles, and there was a concern strep was spreading.”

BCFS denied any of the children had the measles. They said public health authorities “have inspected our facility and had access to freely converse with our medical staff and children.”
Health care providers tell me the Lackland facility is like a giant orphanage….

It’s impossible to know the full extent of the communicable diseases that have come and are coming across the border. Nurses and other care givers tell me they’ve been told to keep their mouths shut. Those caught divulging information are subject to immediate dismissal — and all my sources said they were told they could also be arrested.

BCFS won’t even allow random inspections of their facilities by the media or members of Congress.

Oklahoma Rep. Jim Bridenstein was denied access last week to the HHS facility at Fort Sill – another facility run by BCFS.

“There is no excuse for denying a federal representative from Oklahoma access to a federal facility in Oklahoma where unaccompanied children are being held,” the congressman said in a statement.

Bridenstein said he was told that unannounced visitors are not allowed – even if they are elected officials – and that he would have to make an appointment to visit the facility.

“What are they trying to hide?” he asked. “Do they not want the children to speak with members of Congress?”

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the question of this whole tangled mess: What are they trying to hide? You know it’s bad when even John McCain is demanding transparency (gets really interesting about 7 minutes in):

Grab your drinks and popcorn, guys, it’s gonna get interesting.