Dr. Antonio Falcon is boldly speaking out against Joe Biden.
The highly regarded physician hails from the border town of Rio Grande City, Texas.
Falcon told Fox News that his practice has seen a significant “uptick in cases.”
According to the report, Falcon’s region had a 900% increase in the number of illegal detainees who tested positive for COVID-19.
“The uptick in cases locally is certainly linked to the number of those coming across the border who have already contracted the virus,” Falcon said.
Falcon argues the surge in COVID cases is linked to the surge in illegal border crossings.
“It’s grossly irresponsible for anyone…to allow somebody with COVID into the community knowing good and well the situation that we’re living under right now,” Falcon said.
When asked if he recommends Biden take a more aggressive approach to sequester COVID-positive migrants, Falcon said, “I would recommend that they do not allow them to cross unless it’s done legally, and in the way that we already have laws that dictate the immigration processes.”
“That is absolutely not the way to handle such an infectious disease of this scope, especially one that’s so easily transmittable with the new variant,” Falcon said.
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Those Democrats have allowed/encouraged over 1 million (known) people to enter the United States illegally in just the first six months of Biden’s term. That’s more people than currently live in Austin, Texas, and it would be the nation’s 10th largest city. It’s more than the entire population of several whole states…
That’s probably a low estimate.
Doctor Falcon, who can probably expect to be canceled for speaking obvious truths, says Biden isn’t following the science…
Biden’s policies endanger Texas border communities, the entire state, and the entire country. This is simply logical. When COVID+ migrants are allowed to leave the hotels where the administration has been stashing them and go to popular burger joints right next to a highway and in the middle of towns, you have the makings of a super spreader event. To deny that possibility is to deny the science of the transmissibility of the coronavirus.