(by Rick Wells, GOP The Daily Dose) -- The message to doctors and nurses was simple; you talk, you go to jail. That message was delivered by officers of the government security contractors hired to police the Lackland Air Base illegal alien induction facility.
Some have spoken up anyway, because the risks are so great. They say the American taxpayers and citizens have a right to know what disease epidemic risk is being brought into our nation. They were interviewed confidentially by Todd Starnes of Fox News.
The secret nature of the process is itself of concern to the whistleblowers. One psychiatric counselor said, “There were several of us who wanted to talk about the camps, but the agents made it clear we would be arrested. We were under orders not to say anything.”
The security guarding the workers is provided by “Baptist Family & Children’s Services,” a contractor hired by HHS. They are referred to by themselves and others within the facility ominously as the “Brown Shirts.”
The counselor said “It was a very submissive atmosphere, once you stepped onto the grounds, you abided by their laws – the Brown Shirt laws.”
Upon entry to the facility all cell phones and other communication devices are confiscated and anyone caught with a phone is immediately terminated. She said, “Everyone was paranoid, the children had more rights than the workers.”
The infectious diseases that are still being brought in include measles, scabies, chicken pox and strep throat. Mental health and emotional conditions are also being diagnosed, and may or may not be treated.
The counselor described watching lice crawling down the hair of children she was attending to.
A former nurse calls it a “lice epidemic.” She said, “You could see the bugs crawling through their hair,” and added, “After we would rinse out their hair, the sink would be loaded with black bugs.”
That former nurse said, “We have so many kids coming in that there was no way to control all of the sickness – all this stuff coming into the country. We were very concerned at one point about strep going around the base.”
The counselor and the nurse both said the official position is to conceal the extent of the illnesses from the public.
The nurse describes how, “When they found out the kids had scabies, the charge nurse was adamant – ‘Don’t mention that. Don’t say scabies.’ But everybody knew they had scabies. Some of the workers were very concerned about touching things and picking things up. They asked if they should be concerned, but they were told ‘don’t worry about it.’”
Another problematic condition which concerned the nurse was the fact that the children were transported to Lackland on domestic charter buses and airplanes. Whatever conditions they have may have been left on the seats and other surfaces and could infect others.
The counselor noticed children who she recognized as being suicidal and recommended that they be sent to a psychiatric unit. Rather than treat one boy she pointed out, he was placed with a family in America.
It was at that point that she filed a Child Protective Services report and quit her job, concerned that her license was at risk if the child later committed suicide.
The counselor says she kept a detailed journal about what is going on inside the Lackland facility and remarked, “When people read that journal they are going to be astonished. I don’t think they will believe what is going on in America.”
She reports that she was later contacted by federal agents who demanded that she return to Lackland and surrender her journal to them. She refused to do so and has not returned to Lackland.
It is Cloward-Piven in action. The nurse expressed her belief that, “They’re going to crush the system. We can’t sustain this. They are overwhelming the system and I think it’s a travesty.”