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Compare and contrast: medical care for illegal aliens versus the unvaccinated


Conservative Treehouse A patient on the kidney transplant list was moved to inactive status by UCHealth for not receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. Her living donor is also unvaccinated and UCHealth said both need to be vaccinated for the transplant process to continue.

Unz ReportFor nearly 20 years, I’ve reported on America’s medical welcome mat for chronically sick illegal aliens. Under a 1986 federal law, “unauthorized immigrants” with conditions such as kidney disease and cancer cannot be denied emergency room care, regardless of their immigration status or inability to pay. Open-borders politicians insist health care is a “right” that every last border-jumper is entitled to—and which every last American taxpayer must subsidize.

According to estimates from 2019 cited in a recent study published by the American Journal of Kidney Disease, there are between nearly 9,000 illegals with kidney failure in the U.S. There’s now a COVID-era push to provide them not only with emergency-room dialysis (at an estimated cost of $400,000-per-illegal alien-per-year), but also outpatient dialysis under Medicaid. Conveniently, the United Network for Organ Sharing and Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network do not document immigration status, so there are no reliable estimates of exactly how many illegal aliens have received organ transplants in the U.S. At least one scientific journal article identified 400 illegal aliens who had received kidney transplants since 2005 —most in California at taxpayer expense.

Denying lifesaving medical care over a vaccine which doesn't even work, while treating unvaccinated illegals to dialysis and transplants for free.

The denial of health care over a vaccination is a horrific violation of medical ethics. And the treatment of unvaccinated illegal aliens is just kicking the corpse.

This entry was published Fri Oct 22 22:09:08 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-10-22 22:09:08.0. [Tweet]

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