This is all I have to say for now. Why are the paths of this new "patient zero" and Kent Brantly so convergent?
1. Dr Kent Brantly lives in Ft Worth (35 minutes from Dallas) and sent family home to, presumably, Ft Worth at the end of July (around the 20th). Have
they been back to DFW Airport since?
>>>>Infected African in Dallas.
2. Kent Brantly and family now in seclusion with his family in NC. I believe in Charlotte.
>>>>Infected African has ties to NC. In Kannapolis...31 minutes from Charlotte.
3. Kent Brantly travels to DC in mid-September (16th). Dulles Airport?
>>>>Infected African landed in Dulles in mid-September (19th).
4. Mid-September (11th) Kent Bradley flies to Nebraska to donate blood to third Brantly flew to Nebraska last week to donate his blood to use to
treat Dr. Rick Sacra, Samaritan's Purse President and CEO Franklin Graham said. "He flew out from North Carolina to Nebraska to give a unit of blood,"
Graham said in an interview with NBC News. "His blood was a perfect match."
Why did he need to fly there? Couldn't they just ship the blood?
>>>>Keep and eye out to see what happens in Nebraska in regard to infected African patient. Maybe nothing. But why did Brantly have to fly there to
5. All of this happened around mid-September when Brantly testified in front of Congress and met the President and then the President flew to Atlanta
to meet with the CDC. Shortly thereafter, Duncan arrived.
My point is, there are some very weird coincidences I am seeing here.
So yes, maybe I'm crazy and my research was fast, and debunk away, but I'm smelling what might be a scapegoat and maybe a coverup here. Breadcrumbs
and more breadcrumbs.
Just some things to keep an eye on, remembering that they have said a "cured" patient can carry the virus in semen and perhaps other bodily fluids for
weeks and weeks after.
And remember: "Ebola actually arrived on U.S. soil almost two months ago. That was when Emory Healthcare leaders decided — in a much-scrutinized
move — to fly in a pair of missionaries who’d gotten ill treating Ebola patients in Africa."
I've been MIA, and you all may know this but the Dallas case is actually the fifth or sixth patient on U.S. soil. I guess sixth, if you count the one
in Nebraska who Brantly donated blood to? Or is the one in Nebraska the fourth and didn't go to Emory after all? I'm a bit behind and confused, so
bear with me on this part.
Just wanted to jot these thoughts down. Crazy as they may be.
ETA: Sorry for another ebola thread, but as there may be a forum soon...I figured why not jump in?
edit on 10/3/2014 by ~Lucidity because: (no