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Texans involved say Obama officials are lying about immigration surge dangers

Border towns are seeing protests against the illegal immigration
Border towns are seeing protests against the illegal immigrationPhoto by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images

Texas citizens are confirming the mistruths the Obama Administration is releasing about the illegal immigrants pouring into the Lone Star state.

Two border agents, two different school district officials and a worker in a San Antonio based military facility, under the condition of anonymity for fear of retribution from federal agencies, spoke exclusively with the Examiner about the lies.

“No matter what Obama’s people are saying, I am telling you the God’s truth,” the San Antonio worker who has processed hundreds of children at Lackland Air Force Base revealed. “These children have TB (tuberculosis), and a host of other diseases they are bringing into the United States.”

“We have strict orders not to talk to anyone, even our families about this,” the worker continued. “But our families are at risk too. How can we not talk about it? Everyone is upset about the lies and what is coming out in the news. We know because we see it with our own eyes what Obama’s people (including the Department of Health and Human Resources (HHS) are trying to hide. It reminds me of the same type of lies we are getting about the IRS. ”

“Thousands of children are crushing our resources and there is no way we can do everything that is expected to handle all of this,” the health care provider said. “Fever and coughs are running rampant and let me tell you, we are afraid too.”

“The government is trying to cover this all up, but these children and teens are very sick and could be a serious health threat to all of us,” the worker commented.

One border agent had another warning about the flood of immigrants cross the Texas-Mexico border.

“Everyone who works and lives here knows that the TB is spreading throughout the (Rio Grande) Valley,” he said. “Our families work in the hospitals and processing centers. We know what is going on. This is very bad and much worse than you are all being told.”

His colleague, who also works along the border was angry as he spoke:

“No wonder Obama won’t come down here. He’s probably afraid he will contact something,” the second man stated. “It’s not a secret to us that TB is spreading and that is just the tip of the iceberg. If he was any kind of man at all he would face the truth and stop this now.”

The man said he thought that Obama "cannot be so stupid that will not visit" the area, but thought "he will probably sneak down here out of shame."

“They (HHS) talks about quarantining the sick, but so far all I’ve seen is the sick laying and sitting behind a rope to separate them from others who have not been checked yet,” he said. “Remember this are the people who have been telling you there is no scabies. Sir, there is definitely scabies.”

"The one thing that nobody is talking about is the number of gang members and Muslims that are crossing the border," he added. "We think they are using this as an easier way to get in (to the U.S.) because they know we can't handle all of this."

According to the HHS, "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.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."

Commentator Todd Starnes, who has recently been traveling to Texas churches and bookstores promoting a new book issued a report this week indicating sources told him at least 4 cases of tuberculosis have been confirmed in San Antonio.

Gov. Rick Perry’s office has confirmed at least one case of swine flu, or H1N1.

School officials from two different districts have confirmed that officials have been visiting sites to determine locations to house immigrants. Various reports from across the state other school districts are being considered for housing.

Republicans, Democrats and Tea Party members have criticized the Obama administration for their previous stance of encouraging more aliens to enter the United States and the crisis unfolding with the surge. The flooding of immigrants has caused discontentment and placed detention centers, law enforcement, medical centers and the court system to be overwhelmed.