President Obama is an “amateur,” a “Marxist” and the “worst” president ever, charged a federal official responsible for protecting public health.
That’s according to internal email messages obtained by Judicial Watch, the Washington watchdog on government.
Judicial Watch said the emails were obtained as part of a review of the activation of a Centers for Disease Control Emergency Operations Center that was intended to “deal with the barrage of illegal alien minors” that arrived in the U.S. in 2014.
Some of the thousands of illegal alien youths have carried dangerous contagious diseases that had been considered eradicated in the U.S., such as swine flu, dengue fever, possibly the Ebola virus and tuberculosis.
The records included emails between agency officials working at the center, Judicial Watch said.
In an email dated June 9, 2014, CDC Logistics Management Specialist George Roark wrote to CDC Public Health Adviser William Adams that “no country in the world would allow” the influx of illegal aliens, Judicial Watch said.
Adams replied that “in ten years or less, they’ll all be voting,” which is “Commander’s intent.”
Roark then wrote Obama is “the worst pres we have ever had … he truly is ‘the amateur’ but a Marxist too.”
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JW reported in a June 18, 2014, email that CDC Intelligence Analyst Daniel Bubacz described the situation as a “Leave No Child on the other Side of the Border Policy.”
The report said the center is part of a special CDC division founded after the 9/11 attacks, and it already has responded to dozens of public health threats, including hurricanes.
“It’s a major and costly operation that can stick American taxpayers with a huge tab,” the report said. “That’s why JW launched a probe when the Obama administration took in the illegal immigrants, initially coined Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC), with open arms last summer.”
The organization also has sued the Department of Homeland Security to obtain planning records regarding the border crisis as well as information related to the solicitation of “on-demand escort services” for the 65,000 UACs that remain in the U.S.