Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Health officials in Florida are panicking after leprosy cases in the state have spiked since October.

According to Daily Mail, nine cases of leprosy have been reported in Florida this year so far, meaning they are likely about to eclipse their average of ten per year. Experts are blaming armadillos, with Dr. Sunil Joshi, president of the Duval County Medical Society, pointing out that each person infected had come in direct contact with the animal.

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The Center for Disease Control states that armadillos are the only animals that carry leprosy, which is a disease that affects the skin and nerves and is spread through saliva. Doctors are now urging people to stay away from armadillos.

Leprosy is discussed quite often in the Bible, and many in ancient times believed it was a plague sent down from God to punish humans when they are getting out of hand. This outbreak comes just weeks after lightning struck the top of the Washington Monument, which many took to be a sign from God that he doesn’t like what is happening in Washington D.C. right now.

Perhaps after six years of watching Obama lead our country into the gutter, God feels like he can stay silent no longer. If that is indeed the case, we could all be in big trouble unless Obama leaves office as soon as possible…

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