Exclusive: Infowars correspondent confirms illegal aliens with illnesses being secretly quarantined
Paul Joseph Watson
October 10, 2014
Former Border Patrol Agent Zach Taylor has divulged that the CDC is working with Border Patrol authorities and the Department of Homeland Security to disappear potential Ebola victims attempting to cross the border into the United States.
The interview with 27-year Border Patrol veteran Taylor was first conducted nearly three months ago in July, but Infowars separately confirmed through other sources that the process was ongoing in the aftermath of America’s first case of Ebola which occurred in Dallas last week, including Infowars correspondent Dr. Edward Group, who spoke to senior Border Patrol sources at a recent medical conference who told him that teams of officials in Hazmat suits and vans were involved in the operation.
Explaining how it was unprecedented to see Centers for Disease Control officials working with Border Patrol and Homeland Security, Taylor revealed how illegal aliens with Ebola-like symptoms were being secretly detained and taken to an unknown location.
“The agents are telling us that they’re seeing some people who are obviously sick, with shivering type illnesses, with possible dehydrating illnesses like diarrhea and vomiting,” said Taylor.
“Those people are disappearing, we don’t know what they have, where they’re going, where they’re taking them – surely they’re being quarantined somewhere we just don’t know where and even the agents don’t know what the diagnosis is of these illnesses,” said Taylor, before making reference to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Taylor went on to suggest that the way the virus infected people in West Africa indicates it may have been “planted,” before warning of the hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens who cross the border without being apprehended.
Taylor’s revelation is sure to cause consternation, especially given that CDC authorities have refused to recommend sealing the borders or blocking flights from Ebola-hit countries, with CDC spokesman Dr. Tom Frieden writing that such measures would “increase people’s distrust of government, making them less likely to co-operate to help stop the spread of Ebola.”
This article was posted: Friday, October 10, 2014 at 11:54 am