On the heels of the disease-ridden and rat-infested trash-tsunami, television’s Dr Drew Pinsky just publicly hammered the people running the city of Los Angeles for allowing the once beautiful metropolis into a Third World dung heap.
As reported by The Washington Times, Dr Drew dropped his truth bomb while appearing on FNC’s “The Ingraham Angle” hosted by Laura Ingraham.
Holding little back, Pinsky plainly stated, “This is unbelievable. I can’t believe I live in a city where — this is not Third World, Laura, this is medieval. Third World countries are insulted if they are accused of being like this. No city on Earth tolerates this. The entire population is at risk.”
The Times also cited some medical knowledge that should make every decent American both ashamed and angry; (emphasis mine)
“We have a complete breakdown of the basic needs of civilization in Los Angeles right now,” Dr. Pinsky said. “We have the three prongs of airborne disease, tuberculosis is exploding, [and] rodent-borne.
We are one of the only cities in the country that doesn’t have a rodent control program, and sanitation has broken down. We had a typhus outbreak last summer, we will have a typhus outbreak this summer.
I’m hearing from experts that Bubonic plague is likely. It’s already here. It will get onto the rat fleas. And then now, finally, we have this oral-fecal route contamination, which is typhoid fever.”
In another disturbing bit of news, The Times also notes;
Dr. Pinsky’s criticism followed news Thursday that a Los Angeles police detective had been diagnosed with typhoid fever, a rare bacterial infection typically spread through contaminated food or water.
At least five other officers who work in the same Central Division station are showing symptoms of the same dangerous illness.
In an article from January 23, 2019, by the everything-preventative-medicine ReactGroup.com of Sweden, there is a strain of extremely drug resistant (XDR) originating out of Pakistan that now has at least five reported cases in the United States;
A report from the WHO describes an ongoing outbreak of typhoid fever in the Sindh province of Pakistan that has been ongoing since November 2016. It was first discovered in the Hyderabad district, but has since spread to Karachi. A total of 8188 cases have been reported, of which 5274 are extremely drug resistant (XDR) and therefore difficult to treat. 69% of all cases have this far been identified in Karachi. Six related cases have been discovered abroad: one case in the UK and five cases in the USA. Four of these had visited or resided in the affected areas in Pakistan.