by Karl Denninger
An obscene “senior writer” (what other sort of actual qualifications on the subject does this woman hold?) vomits forth:
“Historically a lot of these border security measures have used public health as a pretext for discrimination. It’s very easy to see how a public health rationale would be used to limit immigration for whatever reason,” he says. “And I’m not saying that that’s actually occurring, but it well could in this particular political climate, not just in the US, but internationally.”
“I’m not saying it’s occurring, but it’s occurring.
Look, the simple fact of the matter is that in any person-to-person transmissible disease the more infected vectors you have the more people get infected.