Los Angeles Homeless & Typhoid Pandemic Here Now

Commentary Reflecting Modern Craziness by Mitch Santell

Here in downtown Los Angeles things are getting worse as more and more reports come out regarding terrible conditions for homeless people here who have nowhere to go.

People like to think of Ebola as a disease that only strikes superstitious locals in the deepest jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo. But just like the last time the disease made it to our shores, there are warning signs and it’s time to start paying attention.

There are several events in the news that when looked at together, lead to concerns we could be looking at a replay of 2014.

This Ebola outbreak has no end in sight.

The outbreak has become the second-deadliest in history, behind the West African one from 2014-16 that killed more than 11,300 people.

As of April 15, the outbreak has claimed 821 lives. The total case number is 1273.

Read more here: http://bit.ly/31zHZgZ


LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An outbreak of flea-borne typhus has hit downtown Los Angeles, the county Department of Public Health said Thursday.

Health officials say they are investigating several cases of flea-borne typhus, a disease that infected fleas can spread to humans. While the fleas can come from cats, rats, and opossums, pets and animals do not get sick from typhus.

In people, however, typhus can cause high fever, chills, headache, and rash. It is not transmitted from person to person and can be treated with antibiotics.

Read more here: https://cbsloc.al/31xEQhI


Here is a short audio clip from Jeff Rense (June 14, 2019) discussing downtown Los Angeles and the United Nations Re-settlement program started by President Obama.

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