No, the CDC lists the know ground zero patients, and where they were from. I posted the link.It tells us as much as your CDC links tell us, I guess according to you also nothing.
LOL - I'm asking for data showing illegals were the ground zero patients. So far that data hasn't been produced. That's the facts I've used to form and reinforce my opinion that blaming it on illegals is veering into straight up bigotry.At least be accurate; you made an accusation and built up data that fits your opinion. That's not the same as found facts and forming an opinion.
The CDC provides the data I want to have - who is the ground zero patient. It they were all from Guatemala, I'd form a different opinion about the source of the outbreaks. That NONE are from Guatemala that we know of tells me illegals aren't the problem. But if you asked me - should we make a concerted effort to get children of undocumented workers vaccinated - yes. Provide them free at the local clinic to them and other poor residents.Given the amount of basic information you don't have and that you don't WANT to have because it may contradict your opinion, I can see why. Ridicule that which you do not understand.
No matter who brought it in - and it WAS travelers from at least 18 different countries in the first five months of 2014 - U.S. citizens refusing to vaccinate allow the disease to take hold and spread. The Amish don't vaccinate, so the disease spread quickly throughout the entire community. A similar community in Alabama wouldn't CARE (at least as much) that a measles patient showed up at the county fair because almost all of them are vaccinated and immune. If anyone caught it, it would end there most likely - a handful of cases at most, not hundreds.It's about logic and facts - you right saying the burden of facts we don't know is almost impossible in the public domain. What we maybe can agree on is there are no absolutes in this debate - could illegals have brought disease into the US? Sure. Could US citizens have done the same by refusing vaccinations? Sure.