Trump suggests Haitian migrants heading for US ‘probably have AIDS’

4


Former President Donald Trump instructed with out proof Thursday night time that hundreds of Haitian migrants who’re reported to be heading for the US-Mexico border are troubled with AIDS.

“We have hundreds of thousands of people flowing in from Haiti,” Trump instructed Fox News’ Sean Hannity. “Haiti has an incredible AIDS drawback. AIDS is a step past. AIDS is an actual dangerous drawback.

“So hundreds of thousands of people are coming into our country that if you look at the stats, if you look at the numbers, if you look at — just take a look at whats happening in Haiti, a tremendous problem with AIDS,” the previous president added. “Many of those people will probably have AIDS and theyre coming into our country and we dont do anything about it. We let everybody come in. Sean, its like a death wish. Its like a death wish for our country.”

The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS estimates that 150,000 Haitians live with the virus that reasons AIDS. However, a lot of those that are reportedly heading for the US-Mexico border are believed to be coming from international locations in South America, having left Haiti following the devastating earthquake in January 2010.

Late ultimate month, Panama’s overseas minister instructed that as much as 60,000 migrants, a lot of them of Haitian starting place, are making their method towards the southwestern frontier. The declare used to be made by means of Erika Mouynes days after the Biden management cleared hundreds extra migrants out of a brief encampment below a bridge in Del Rio, Texas. Approximately 5,000 of those that arrived on the border had been despatched again to Haiti by means of border government on a sequence of deportation flights.

Migrants continue their trek through Colombia on Sept. 15, 2021.
Migrants proceed their trek via Colombia on Sept. 15, 2021.
AP

Trump additionally alleged that dozens of nations had been “emptying out their prisons into the United States,” in an echo of a few of his notorious anti-immigration rhetoric from the 2016 marketing campaign.

“Some of the toughest people on Earth are being dumped into the United States because they dont want them,” he mentioned. “They dont want to take care of them for the next 40 years. So these people that are the roughest prisoners there are anywhere are being dumped into the United States for us to take care of. What are they doing? Theyre destroying our country.”

Voters have given President Biden low marks for his dealing with of immigration. A brand new Quinnipiac ballot presentations simply 25 p.c approve of his efficiency at the factor, whilst simply 23 p.c approve of his reaction to the continuing disaster on the southwestern border. In the similar ballot, 51 p.c disapproved of the transfer to ship migrants again to Haiti from Texaswithout giving them a possibility to use for asylum, whilst simply 37 p.c authorized.

Later within the interview, Trump spoke out in opposition to COVID-19 vaccine mandates for individuals who have already had the illness, telling Hannity that Americans “have to have their freedoms.”

Thirty-seven percent of voters approved President Biden's decision to deport migrants without providing an opportunity to apply for asylum, according to a Quinnipiac poll.
Thirty-seven p.c of electorate authorized President Biden’s choice to deport migrants with out offering a possibility to use for asylum, in line with a Quinnipiac ballot.
AP

“They want to force people who have had it to have the vaccine when, in actuality, when you have it, you dont need the vaccine, you become immune,” he mentioned, later including: “Why are they forcing people to take the vaccine? Remember this, the drug companies make a lot of money and they like it. I dont know who else wants it, or likes it, but when you get it, you dont have to take the vaccine.”

The former president additionally spoke out in opposition to the Justice Department’s transfer this week to crack down on purported threats in opposition to college board contributors and different directors — however stopped wanting immediately criticizing Attorney General Merrick Garland.

The US deported approximately 5,000 migrants, who gathered under the International Bridge in Texas, to Haiti.
The US deported roughly 5,000 migrants, who accumulated below the International Bridge in Texas, to Haiti.
AP

“Hes a respected man. I hope hes going to do whats right,” Trump mentioned of Garland. “This nation is at a verge of collapse. This nation isn’t going to face for it to any extent further. But hes any individual that has all the time been extremely revered. He occurs to be at the liberal facet of items, and expectantly hell do whats proper. But Sean, the rustic cant take a lot more of it. They cant do it.

“Those are parents that love their country and they love their children, and they dont want all of this nonsense thats being fed to their children,” he added. “They just dont want it, and you know, theyre trying to make them out to be terrorists How crazy is this?”

#Trump #suggests #Haitian #migrants #heading #AIDS

Follow USHEADLINESNEWS on Google News

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More