One gets the impression from listening to our fearless leaders that Americans are over-reacting to the perceived threat of Ebola in America. Asylum Watch does not believe the average American is overly worried about coming into contact with someone infected with Ebola as much as they are worried the government agencies responsible for protecting Americans from communicable diseases are not up to the task and are more concerned the political correctness of their actions than they are about the well being of the American public. If the response of the
Clowns Center for Disease Control (CDC) to the America’s first two Ebola patients in Dallas and their lies about America’s “preparedness” to deal with Ebola are any indication, well then, Americans have good reason to be worried.
Putting Ebola In Perspective
Liberia is one of the three countries in West Africa suffering the most from the Ebola pandemic. Reports are the 10,000 new cases of infected people are occurring each week. 50 t0 60 percent of them will die! This short article at Zero Hedge tells us just how bad things are getting over there:
You can see that their six month forecast is for 80, 000 body bags and 1 million haz-mat suits.
Ebola is out of control in West Africa and the world’s response has been and still is abysmal. If the appropriate world governments and organizations to not react to contain Ebola in West Africa, it will become a world-wide catastrophe on an unimaginable scale. Think about it. If Ebola takes hold in a mega-city in India or in one or more population centers in South or Central America, there will be no way to keep it from coming to America, Europe, Asia, and etc.
The Clown In Charge Of The CDC
The Director of the CDC, Dr. Tom Frieden, should be fired immediately! If Dr. Frieden’s mission in life was to destroy the credibility of the CDC, he has fulfilled his mission. America has quickly come to the realization that Dr. Frieden can not be trusted to tell America the truth. We have witnessed one SNAFU after the other in how the first Ebola patient was handled in Dallas only to see the SNAFUs repeated with the second patient, nurse, Amber Vinson. After M. Vinson collected her frequent flyer miles from a round trip fight to Ohio, Dr. Frieden decided it would be best to fly her the CDC treatment center near Atlanta, Georgia. Great! The first positive reaction to come from the CDC. Unfortunately, as reported in this Zero Hedge article, it is still questionable that the CDC has their protocols down pat. Please meet the Clip-Board Man:
Yes! Everyone helping to get Ms. Vinson on the Air Phoenix plane to take her to Atlanta, is wearing appropriate protective clothing except Clip-Board Man. Those who traveled with Ms. Vinson wore protect gear except Clip-Board Man. Does that sound like proper protocol was followed? Who is this Clip-Board Man? Are you ready for this? Clip-Board Man is the medical protocol supervisor! Get a load of this explication:
The airline confirmed to ABC News that the man was their medical protocol supervisor who was purposefully not wearing protective gear.
“Our medical professionals in the biohazard suits have limited vision and mobility and it is the protocol supervisor’s job to watch each person carefully and give them verbal directions to insure no close contact protocols are violated,” a spokesperson from Phoenix Air told ABC News said.
“There is absolutely no problem with this and in fact insures an even higher level of safety for all involved,” the spokesperson said.
The Zero Hedge author sums it up perfectly:
So – in summary – due to the restrictive vision when wearing an Ebola-protective suit, one member of staff must be sacrificed/exposed to ensure no one trips?
Yeah, I think Americans still have good reasons to be worried about government’s ability to protect them from a potential Ebola epidemic in America.
Well, that’s what I’m thinking. What are your thoughts?