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“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me; I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Those are the iconic lines inscribed on a bronze plaque at the base of the Statue of Liberty welcoming immigrants around the world.

However nowhere within this beautiful sonnet are the words "send me your diseased, your infected, your criminals, your traitors, your despots, or your terrorists…" Those words are inscribed nowhere except in the arrogant mind of Barack Obama.

And rather the being a safe haven for those individuals seeking freedom, America is slowly being turned into a wasteland of misfits, without any discernment or care of who or what is entering our country.

This latest measles outbreak was traced back to an illegal alien inmate at Arizona immigrant detention facility as confirmed cases continue to multiply.

Arizona now has 11 confirmed cases, 7 of those infected are inmates at the Eloy Detention Center, and four are workers at the facility, Pinal County Health Services, spokesman Joe Pyritz said.

Moreover, the privately-run facility has stopped accepting new detainees or releasing those currently held there.

The Arizona Department of Health Services is working with county officials to try to identify people exposed outside the facility.

They're also urging people who may have visited any of the identified locations to come forward and be alert to measles symptoms, which include fever, red, watery eyes, cough and runny nose and is followed by a rash that is red, raised, and blotchy.

The rash begins on the face at the hairline and moves down the body and may last five to six days.

'People who have a rash and fever must call their health care provider or emergency department before going to let them know they may have measles,' Dr. Cara Christ, director of the state health department, said in a statement. “It is vital to help stop the further spread of the disease.'

Measles is a highly contagious, vaccine-preventable viral illness and symptoms can appear up to 21 days after exposure.

Source: Daily Mail




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