America’s looming health crisis is in the hands of the Biden administration and their counterparts that are our hometown municipalities. March 5th, 2021, Tucson, Arizona. According to a nurse at Banner Medical Center, the Covid wards were empty for three weeks and cases have been drastically dropping. We saw this week that Texas had opened up the state entirely and dropped the mask mandate allowing private entities to function normally with their own hours and precautions they wish to take. Also, Florida is being vocal about how they stayed open and will continue to function normally with no Covid mandates in place - a bold move made by both states in the face of the federal government going to war with red states.
With vaccines being distributed across the country and Americans frantically wanting to get their spot, herd immunity is beginning to take its course. Whether it's the antibodies in the vaccine or the natural course of the human immune system, Covid cases, according to large media outlets, are down and continually dropping.
What the media isn’t saying is that at Banner Medical Center, located in Tucson, Arizona, the Covid wards are reaching capacity, but by non-English speaking people. The public health crisis that is about to happen once again will not only surely bring things to a halt again, but will be a failure by the Biden administration to properly secure the border. The open borders phenomenon touted by the anti-American establishment will not only kill jobs and wages, but will ultimately kill the most vulnerable - the people the legacy media had been harping about for the last year claiming that they are our top priority.
President Biden and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obredor have opened discussions to a Bracero Program-style agreement that would annually send up to 800,000 migrant workers from Mexico to the US on guest visas. In the midst of what the CDC still deems as a public health crisis, it would be reckless to say, the least, that Americans are willing to take that risk. Not to mention the rapid growth of unemployment we saw in the last two years would be taking jobs right out of the hands of Americans looking for and wanting to get back to work.
What does Pima County have to say regarding the matter? Well, it’s no shock that Banner Medical Center in Tucson or maybe even Nogales hospitals won’t give up any information because of HIPAA laws, but after calling the Pima County Health Department, I was directed to the data page on the website. As for raw case numbers that are Covid positive, this is what I was able to find: Updated on 2/17/21, week one of 2021 shows that there were 9007 reported positive cases in Pima County. And now showing what was reported in week seven of 2021, there were only 75. A very steep drop within a seven week time frame. The Pima County Health Department has also dropped the voluntary 10pm curfew, only adding to the fact that the pandemic is nearing its end.
Whether it’s a new variant of the Covid virus, or a strain that can be contained, it’s a very clear message being sent to the American people. Open borders are more important than the health and safety of you and your family.