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By NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
November 6, 2014

A stinging report released on Tuesday by a renowned Inside the Beltway watchdog group accused President Barack Obama's allegedly fabricated “humanitarian crisis” that allowed tens of thousands of illegal aliens minors -- who unlawfully flooded the border into Texas and were dispersed throughout the United States -- of spreading a deadly respiratory virus that’s attacking American children in a number of states throughout country.

It's believed the virus actually killed as many as nine kids so far, according to the public-interest law firm that battles government corruption in the federal courts, Judicial Watch. In the group's latest addition to its Corruption Chronicles, the nonprofit, nonpartisan investigators of government corruption and criminal activity describes a cynical and destructive immigration policy that led to at least nine American children dying from a highly contagious disease.

Judicial Watch claims that prior to the virtual tsunami of illegal aliens who were supposed to be youngsters, Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) was practically nonexistent within this nation's borders, at least until the recent tidal wave of illegal alien minors entering the U.S. while the Border Patrol agents helplessly watched. "Thanks to the Obama administration, the agents had their hands tied by their Obama-appointed superiors at the Department of Homeland Security and were used as baby sitters and makeshift hotel bellboys for the illegal alien children, some of whom were 19-years-old," said Kenneth Lorenzo, a former inner-city police detective.

The highly contagious, airborne EV-D68 is said to cause severe respiratory illness and also is said to come from Central American nations. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), "From mid-August to the end of October state public health laboratories have confirmed a total of 1,105 people in 47 states and the District of Columbia with respiratory illness caused by EV-D68."

"On January 29 of this year, the federal government had posted an advertisement seeking bids for a vendor contract to handle a very specific number (65,000) of “Unaccompanied Alien Children” How could they possibly anticipate 65,000 unaccompanied minors at a specific border during a specific time period? And what are all these kids doing coming here from Central America," said a former police detective.

The CDC also stated, "This year, beginning in mid-August, states started seeing more children in hospitals with severe respiratory illness caused by EV-D68. Since then, CDC and states have been doing more testing, and have found that EV-D68 is making people sick in almost all states. Most of the cases have been among children. EV-D68 is not new, but it hasn't been as common in the past. While this has been a big year for EV-D68 infections, CDC expects the number of cases to taper off by late fall."

However, according to Judicial Watch, CDC officials omitted information that the deadly virus was first discovered in cities with large numbers of relocated illegal immigrant minors, officially identified by the government as Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC).

A conservative news website claimed that the EV-D68 epidemic coincides with the "invasion" by Central American minors who entered the U.S. through Mexico over the summer with no resistance from the U.S. government. "Hundreds of American kids have been sent to hospital emergency rooms in more than 40 states with unprecedented polio-like paralysis associated with EV-D68. By September 8 hospitals in a dozen states were reporting cases of EV-D68-like infections and by mid-September 153 patients were confirmed as having the virus in 18 states," the news site reports.

By October 2014, a total of 538 victims -- mostly young children -- were confirmed to have contracted EV-D68 in 43 states, according to information provided by the CDC, and by the end of October admitted that infections rose to 998. That was 300 times the infection rate during a period that spanned more than three decades, from 1970 to 2003. Hospital physicians in different parts of the country confirmed the unprecedented amount of victims brought into hospital emergency rooms for treatment. This included emergency rooms and intensive care units in Missouri, Illinois, Colorado and Texas.

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Back in July, Judicial Watch had warned about "the health crisis created by the hordes of illegal immigrant minors entering the country through the southern border. A United States Congressman who is also a medical doctor confirmed that the UACs were bringing in serious diseases—including swine flu, dengue fever, tuberculosis and possibly Ebola virus. In a letter to the director of the CDC the Georgia lawmaker, Phil Gingrey, warned of a “severe and dangerous” crisis because most of the UACs were importing infectious diseases from Central America that are considered to be largely eradicated in the U.S."

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It's believed the virus actually killed as many as nine kids so far, according to the public-interest law firm that battles government corruption in the federal courts, Judicial Watch.