CDC Admits it’s Monitoring 1400 People, Exposed to Ebola, in the US


by Ian Mosley

A few months ago, this nation was gripped with fears that ebola might start spreading uncontrollably in America. One thing from that episode was crystal clear: Barack Obama was completely unwilling to take ANY common sense precautions to prevent his fellow Africans from flying to America, including from the worst of the ebola-ravaged nations. A secondary lesson to be learned was that our government was more than willing to lie to us about the ebola problem.

Most Americans credit the failure (so far) of ebola to spread uncontrollably in the US to good luck and the virus being less contagious than originally assumed. Absolutely zero credit goes to Obama.

An article on reports: “Sunday on Fox News Channel’s ‘Media Buzz,’ investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson said the CDC is not putting out the current information on how many potential cases of Ebola they are currently tracking in the United States. Attkisson said, ‘I called CDC not long ago and I said how many cases are being monitored in the United States and they said 1,400. I said, ‘Where are these updates on your website?’ They said they’re not putting it on the web. This is public information we have a right to know and the media should not hype it, but should cover it.”

1400 possible cases still in the US? But Patient Zero, Thomas Eric Duncan from Liberia, died months ago and the gestation period for the disease is 21 days. How many other infected people from ebola countries have come here, whom the government has not told us about?

There is not one whisper about this in the mainstream media. The entire ebola issue seems to have simply disappeared in a puff of smoke, right after the mid-term elections. Did you ever wonder why?

Is it because America ’s health authorities are so peachy-keen good that they just wiped this deadly disease off the continent with a few licks and promises and sound bites?

Where are these 1400 cases, or “potential ebola cases,” in view of the apparent damned-near impossibility of getting the System to commit itself to anything, never mind simply tell you the truth?

If the Obama regime or mainstream media is telling us the truth about ebola, then why are there still 1400 possible cases of ebola out there? Someone is lying to us.


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