It's not who votes, it's who counts the votes...
It's not who is taking care of the 'victims', or what the victims say they had, it's WHO or CDC, who is announcing what disease it is.
I still maintain that the westerners who have 'survived' Ebola look awfully GD healthy for people who have been described as in grave condition just
The real Ebola makes a hot mess out of its victims, and tends to cause intracerebral, visceral and vascular uncontrolled bleeding and clotting. How
is it that Dr. Kent Brantly et al look so healthy a few weeks after THAT? And don't tell me they caught him in time; his own testimony is that he lay
in bed for several days until he thought he wasn't going to live through the night, that he was dying, and then asked for the serum and immediately
felt 'miraculously better'.
Followed by a lengthy trip to the US, walking off the ambulance and after three weeks or so, hugging all his caretakers sans infection control issues
and giving a heartfelt speech about god, country, etc. Then off to meet the president and a speaking tour.
Ebola????? Hard to fathom. Something is seriously wrong with this entire scenario.
How did the CDC start off being scared out of their wits about it for the last 30+ years, only to act like 'no big deal' once it really happened? How
is it possible that they were that spectacularly complacent? Go backwards in time and read the CDC discussions about Ebola. This is what they were
terrified of, 'if it ever gets out of the Congo, it will be a nightmare... '
Now, the reaction apparently is, 'sure get on a plane, go on a cruise, no problemo... border controls, ha!'
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