Leprosy On Rise In Los Angeles County, New Report Shows

Mark and the Millennials:

It’s time to add Los Angeles to the growing list of Democrat controlled cities facing major public health crises.

San Francisco is combatting an epidemic of homeless using city streets as a toilet. Further south, Los Angeles is now facing an increase in the rise of Leprosy. This could be linked to a 2016 Obama era decision to allow immigrants with HIV and STDs into the country.

Medscape reported on the rise:

Leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease, is rarely seen in the United States, but cases continue to emerge in Los Angeles County, a new report says.

“Hansen’s disease still exists, and we need to educate medical students and physicians,” coauthor Dr. Maria Teresa Ochoa from Keck Medical Center of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, told Reuters Health by email.


h/t Larry.

16 Comments on Leprosy On Rise In Los Angeles County, New Report Shows

  1. And the incidence of foot-‘n-mouth disease brought on by the exchange of the deadly schistosomiasis among defecating politicians in California cities has has reached epidemocratic proportions.

  2. @Callmelennie – I stand corrected, it has been some years since I have seen it. I did see it when I was about eight old no kidding. Somehow went with a neighbors older Aunt that day that got us in?

    Great freaking clip and McQueen smoking, that was classic.

    One of those life ‘defining’ movies really. What did you think out of five stars, being that you said you just saw it?


  3. Seditious gay Kenyan commie allowed entry of immigrants with AIDS and STDs because he knows how they feel inside.

  4. Modern Sodom & Gomorrah.

    New York & L.A.

    Toronto & Vancouver

    It unfortunately has to get much worse before it gets better.

  5. another ‘plus’ in the Globalist/Marxist paradise … the ‘benefits’ just keep adding up!

    Universe 25 is happening before our very eyes …. Rat-topia, baby!

  6. Pestilences increase to Biblical proportions when a nation rebels against God. Yet in His mercy, this time around, at least we have antibiotics.

  7. Armadillos carry leprosy and can transmit it to humans. Stands to reason that they are consumed by third worlders?
    Leprosy is not highly contagious but can be spread through repeated touch and mucosal secretions.

  8. I agree that Papillon is a great movie and it’s one of my sons favorite movies as well. I first saw it at the base theater at NAS Miramar when it first came out in the early to mid 70’s.


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