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Ten days after the Biden Administration was caught busing illegal migrants to Louisiana, Covid-19 cases started surging with hospitalizations the highest since March of 2020. According to the CDC, 97.5 % of people with Covid-19 who are going to have symptoms will do so within 11.5 days of Covid-19 infection.

On July 16, 2021, the Biden administration was caught sending “mostly single male” illegal migrants to Louisiana without notifying local authorities. Instead, in Baton Rouge, they notified “Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention”, which is networked with pro-immigrant groups in California, and Texas. “Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention” volunteers reportedly housed them in their homes, which could allow Covid-19 to be seeded within Louisiana communities. They also sent them to Natchez, Mississippi (Adams County) which has an ICE detention center and a high Covid-19 positive test rate compared to other counties – even to Hinds county, where the largest city (Jackson) is located. Note that they weren’t placed in the detention center, but apparently simply sent to the town of Natchez.

The Biden Administration has been caught, elsewhere, sneaking in illegal migrants at night. Thus, we don’t know how many shipments of illegals have been delivered to the “Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention”. They were contacted by ICE and appear well organized, and so they may have helped with previous bus loads.

According to the US CDC, “The incubation period for COVID-19 is thought to extend to 14 days, with a median time of 4-5 days from exposure to symptoms onset. (1-3) One study reported that 97.5% of people with COVID-19 who have symptoms will do so within 11.5 days of SARS-CoV-2 infection.” https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/clinical-guidance-management-patients.html

As of July 27, 2021: “Louisiana hits record COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations
LDH, Governor urge all individuals in Louisiana to mask up indoors against ‘dangerous and dominant’ Delta variant
” July 27, 2021
Baton Rouge, La.  — Today as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Louisiana both hit records, the Louisiana Department of Health and Governor Edwards both urge individuals in Louisiana to take immediate precautions for their own and others’ safety. The Louisiana Department of Health announces 6,797 new COVID-19 cases reported to the state since July 26, 2021 – the second highest single-day case count reported since January 6, 2021 (6,882 cases reported that day). Also today, 1,390 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 in Louisiana. That represents an increase of 169 hospitalizations since yesterday, the largest single-day increase since March 2020. There were three days in March 2020 where the increase was larger: March 25 (220), March 31 (196) and March 26 (185). “To see this current rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations is becoming increasingly scary,” said Gov. Edwards. “We reported nearly 6,800 cases today in addition to the nearly 8,000 that were reported from the weekend. And today, there are close to 1,400 COVID patients hospitalized statewide — approximately 90 percent of whom are unvaccinated. This is the largest single daily increase since March of last year… I am recommending that everyone, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, wear masks while indoors if six feet of physical distance cannot be maintained…
” Read the rest here: https://ldh.la.gov/index.cfm/newsroom/detail/6257

Outrage sparks across La. cities as asylum seekers dropped off with no warning to officials, groups, By Breanne Bizette Published: Jul. 21, 2021 at 10:50 PM EDT BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – The Society of St. Vincent de Paul received a phone call Friday, July, 16 asking if they could house around 60 immigrants at their shelter. “Unfortunately, our shelter at that time had all filled up and I understand that those being dropped off were single, men mostly, maybe some single women,” says Michael Acaldo who is the president of St. Vincent de Paul…. Instead, they found support from the group, “Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention,” the Baton Rouge chapter says they were notified by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that immigrants were on the way to South Louisiana. “We had volunteers there and there were volunteers in New Orleans that housed the ones that couldn’t get plane tickets out that same dayKelley says at the three other drop-off sites in Shreveport, Natchez, and Monroe; the group wasn’t told in advance about immigrants seeking asylum in those cities“. https://web.archive.org/web/20210721234918/https://www.wafb.com/2021/07/21/outrage-sparking-across-multiple-cites-asylum-seekers-are-dropped-off-around-state-with-no-warning-officials-support-groups/

Report: ‘Mostly’ Single Male Border Crossers Bussed to Louisiana Cities
A group of “mostly” single male border crossers, along with some single women, were bussed into four Louisiana cities after being released by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), local media reports: According to WAFB 9 News, border crossers were bussed to Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Natchez, and Monroe, Louisiana, after they were released by DHS thanks to the Biden administration’s expansive catch and release policy…

According to the Coronavirus 411 podcast “Coronavirus, COVID-19, coronavirus variants, and vaccine updates for 7-27-2021”: “Keeping in mind that several states have stopped reporting their daily case numbers, the five states with the most new cases: California 5,872, Texas 3,079, Louisiana 2,532. Georgia 1,614, And New York 1,568. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Dimmit, TX. Tangipahoa, LA. Grimes, TX. Phillips, AR. Taney, MO. Uvalde, TX. Douglas, MO. St. Mary, LA. Ascension, LA. And Nassau, FL.” https://archive.is/0qLdl We haven’t had time to confirm these stats. Although these stats sound plausible, the nationwide active case stats, given on this podcast, do not, and appear to be based on a typo. The US case totals in the last 7 days is 397,718 (posted 3:05 pm July 27, 2021) https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#cases_casesinlast7days If we assume that on average the cases last 10 days, rather than 7 days, then that could be prorated to a rough estimate of 568,168. Because of exponential growth it is probably less, going back 10 days. Notice that all of these states are known for their high rates of immigration, especially of immigrants from Latin America – both legal and illegal. Louisiana has apparently been increasingly overrun by illegal immigrants over the last decades, and especially post-Katrina. Pre-Katrina, New Orleans used to be Honduras’ biggest city, so the candidates for President of Honduras even campaigned there. We read somewhere that, after Katrina, illegals settled in areas outside of New Orleans that were so badly flooded by Katrina. New Orleans long had strong ties to Central America with United Fruit and geographical location, but the Hispanic immigrants were generally legal, from middle and upper classes, and fully bilingual.

“Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention” states on their web site that they cooperate with national organizations “Freedom for Immigrants” and “Raíces”, as well as local groups in Louisiana and Mississippi such as ‘Voces Unidas”.https://archive.is/uNJfn Freedom for Immigrants is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in California. https://www.freedomforimmigrants. org RAICES is a 501C3 Corporation, 1305 N. Flores Street, San Antonio TX 78212 https://www.raicestexas. org https://vocesunidasla. org They state that the “Acadiana Group of LA-AID is a division of the 501(c)(3) organization Communities Uniting in Prayer and Service (CUPS)https://archive.is/uNJfn. (That would be the St. Mary’s Parish (Lafayette) group. Shame on them. Acadiana is supposed to be French speaking, not Spanish speaking). “Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention” lists allied organizations as American Immigration Council, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Detention Watch Network, Freedom for Immigrants, Global Detention Project, Haitian Bridge Alliance, Home is Here NOLA, ISLA Immigration Services and Legal Advocacy, La Resistencia, Louisiana Books 2 Prisoners, Migrant Justice Platform, Migration Policy Institute, Miles 4 Migrants, Movimiento Cosecha, National Day Laborer Organizing Network, Operation Restoration, Raíces, Southern Movement Assembly, Southern Poverty Law Center, Stand Up 4 Human Rights https://archive.is/uNJfn

Other allied groups found on an earlier iteration site, along with the faces of the do-gooders paving the road to hell for us all is found at the archives link, below. Are these old do-gooder ladies vaccinated? If so, are they silent spreaders? Are they bringing Covid-19 to their churches after housing the illegal migrants? Allied groups to Louisiana Advocates for Immigrants in Detention, as of earlier this year included: Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Detention Watch Network, Freedom for Immigrants, Global Detention Project, Haitian Bridge Alliance, ISLA Immigration Services and Legal Advocacy, La Resistencia, Louisiana Books 2 Prisoners, Migrant Justice Platform, Migration Policy Institute, Miles 4 Migrants, Movimiento Cosecha, National Day Laborer Organizing Network, Operation Restoration, Raíces, Southern Movement Assembly, Southern Poverty Law Center, Stand Up 4 Human Rights, Voces Unidas https://web.archive.org/web/20210225170128/https://laaid.org/

Victims of Covid-19 and their families need to start filing suit against both the Biden Admin, and these idiots, who are paving the road to hell with their behavior, whether by stupidity or malice. So, too, should the unemployed.

In Baton Rouge “Our Lady of the Lake” Catholic hospital had to cancel elective surgeries due to Covid-19.

Tangipahoa Parish, mentioned in the podcast stats, comprises the Hammond, LA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the New Orleans-Metairie-Hammond, LA-MS Combined Statistical Area…

St. Mary Parish, mentioned in the podcast stats, is the Lafayette area – heart of French speaking Louisiana (Acadiana). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Mary_Parish%2C_Louisiana

They were paying a lot to get to Louisiana but Biden’s helping them, apparently with a free ride at taxpayer-debt expense, and almost certainly spreading Covid. https://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/politics/mostly-single-male-illegal-aliens-bused-to-louisiana-cities/97402323/

Week ending July 17, 2021:
Hinds County (Jackson, MS) 14.9% Covid test positive rate (6/30-7/13). 9,610.1 per 100,000 incidence rate: https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/resources/15039.pdf

Adams County (Natchez, MS and ICE Facility) 18.1% Covid test positive rate (6/30-7/13) and 10,699 per 100,000 incidence rate. https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/resources/15015.pdf