On Sunday the White House conceded that Senator Rand Paul raised concern and was right to do so, about US troops being exposed to the Ebola virus whilst travelling over to west Africa to help aid the ravaged areas that have been so far stricken with the Ebola epidemic.
“It’s a concern that is being dealt with and we’re prepared to deal with,” said White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer at Sunday’s Meet The Press when asked about Rand Paul’s comments made during last week. “People will be screened appropriately, we’ll make sure that doesn’t happen.” He went on to say.
Let me stop you there Dan Pfeiffer. People will be appropriately screened like those appropriately screened in the Dallas incident of case 0. Like the entire air liner that was quarantined and screened, like the members of public that socially interacted with Thomas Eric Duncan AKA case 0, or the ambulance crew that took Mr Duncan to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, that continued to use the ambulance 48 hours after the patient was admitted. It was reported also that Mr Duncan was vomiting heavily in the street on pick up. So straight away he was secreting bodily fluids, contaminating surfaces and personnel inside the ambulance. Or maybe the contracted clean up crew that cleaned up the vomit outside of Mr Duncan’s apartment without no sort of bio hazard protective gear or quarantine. All prime examples of your so called “People will be screened appropriately, we’ll make sure that doesn’t happen.”
He’s taking you all for chumps if you can’t see what this moron is saying, without any outrage, or outcry for this Ebola problem to be handled in a more professional manner than that of an administration that is seemingly trying to let the true potential of Ebola be known to the public by letting it go full pandemic. In what way am I wrong?
Rand Paul spoke about these concerns on The Laura Ingraham Show, stating political correctness is preventing the correct measures from being implemented.
“We also have to be concerned about 3,000 soldiers getting back on a ship. Where is disease most transmittable? When you’re at very close confines on a ship,”
Paul also said “We all know about cruises and how they get these diarrhoea viruses that are transmitted very easily and the whole ship gets sick–can you imagine if a whole ship full of our soldiers gets Ebola? So I am concerned about it and it’s a big mistake to downplay it and act as if it’s not a big deal… this could get beyond our control.”
You can say that again Rand Paul, “This could get beyond our control.”
It is as though the US government are single handedly setting the demise of the human race in motion. As Rand Paul states “We all know about cruises and how they get these diarrhoea viruses that are transmitted very easily.” What about the the biggest threat to humanity, in quite possibly the history of mankind, being confined in the space of cruise ship? You’re looking at a 100% coverage plus those who come in contact after docking. You could say this is some what of a suicide mission for the brave souls of the 3000 men and women of the US military! Not to come out and have to state because you’re being pressured into doing so, that there could be “some” risk involved. What shit is spoken out of the mouths of the current Obama administration!
And there was more down playing on Face The Nation. Anthony Fauci of the National Institute for Health (NIH) dismissed Rand Paul’s claims, even though he claimed there was some “human error” at blame for the situation in Dallas, Texas, on the handling of Mr Thomas Eric Duncan, and the NBC cameraman who was contaminated with Ebola while decontaminating a vehicle in full protective equipment. Which in itself states that the Ebola virus ‘IS’ transmittable through airborne capabilities. But that’s another argument for another mouthpiece mogul to bring up and defend without doubt, even though the evidence is right there in front of all our faces.
Wise up to this America, it’s you’re lives on the line!
And Europe, this kind of sloppy disregard for human life is on it’s way to a TV screen near you!
Get prepping if you haven’t prepped already. It’s not going to get much brighter during flu season, that’s for sure!