L.A. is #1 in STD’s!

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[Breitbart] Los Angeles County had the highest number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases in the United States in 2014, according to areport released this week by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The number of reported cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis in Los Angeles County far outstripped numbers reported in any other county in the United States: there were 548 cases of chlamydia reported in L.A. county in 2014, compared with 456 reported cases of the infection per 100,000 people nationwide. The county saw 153 cases of gonorrhea last year, as compared with 111 per 100,000 people nationwide, while also reporting 12 cases of either primary or secondary syphilis, as compared with six per 100,000 people nationally. read more


23 Comments on L.A. is #1 in STD’s!

  1. Of course this having nothing to do with the overwhelming number of illegals that cross the border and set up shop there. It has to be those darned right wing scum that refuse to get their children inoculated.

    Just like all those Measles, Mumps and other outbreaks that happened that coincidentally with the arrival of all those illegal undocumented folks from south of the border. Anti-vaccinators are the root of all these problems!

  2. Portlandia is reporting much the same news, with an enormous spike in syphilis in particular. This is not because of migrants, who are more commonly infected with measles, whooping cough, tuberculosis and other such diseases.

    The STD spike in Portlandia is in the homosexual “community” that insists on practicing their twisted, unprotected and high-risk sexual activities despite the rising infections.

    I have no doubt that holds true for any other liberal mecca in the US.

  3. Wonder if the law in calipornia still is on the books where Sheen has to notify every one of his sex buddies that they have been exposed to HIV? Waiting for the lawsuit slamdunks to start, in three….two….one!

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