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While distributing posters for the Infowars “Obola: Tyranny is the Disease” contest, a Louisiana man captured alarming statements made by a fire department member concerning Ebola preparations. The man, seen wearing a “Fire Rescue” t-shirt, claimed to work for the Denham Springs Fire Department and revealed they had received training regarding Ebola, had ordered 5 Hazmat suits, and had received a number of body bags.
“They gave us… we just ordered 5 Class A level suits, hazmat suits for Ebola,” the firefighter says to citizen journalist Michael DiBari. The firefighter proceeds to state that a sizable number of body bags had also been ordered, despite Denham springs having a minimal population of around 10 thousand people.
“So a small town is ordering 300 body bags, 5 hazmat suits,” DiBari clarifies. “Are you being trained?”
“We are being trained,” the firefighter answers.
“How are you feeling all about this?” DiBari asks.
“I hate it,” the firefighter discloses. “It makes me anxious.”
originally posted by: IRNTRL
I don't know about y all but the lack of new info makes me a bit nervous. I have 7 kids I've watched them grow, observed lots of different behaviors. The number one clue the sets a parents spidey senses off.... When they get quiet they are up to no good.
Czar dude shows up and mums the word. .....
tells me to investigate deaper.
originally posted by: dianajune
a reply to: Squidleepie
I think I saw that article. It had a very snide tone to it and I think the headline read something like "Ebola hysteria reached epic proportions" or whatever.
The entire piece was very condescending. It sounded like something the Obama Administration told them to write. This Administration never did handle criticism very well.
The election season could be another reason for the sudden silence, coupled with a great deal of calm mongering on the part of the gov't and it's lapdogs in the lamestream media.
They must think that the American people are really dumb.