Erik Rush asserts BHO is not ‘a Steve Urkel with a pen and a phone’
Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insulted the intelligence and common sense of those Americans still possessed of intelligence and common sense this past weekend with the fundamentally absurd argument that controlling the spread of the Ebola virus ought not include limiting entry to the United States from areas in which Ebola is raging.
In fact, not only did he minimize the danger posed by the disease, but Frieden actually made the argument that imposing a travel ban between the U.S. and West African countries dealing with the Ebola virus could worsen the outbreak, citing even more enfeebled logic.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, echoed Frieden on “Fox News Sunday” and downplayed the idea that Ebola could be brought across the southern U.S. border (which illegal immigrants routinely cross, including individuals from West African nations) or that the virus could be used as a biological weapon by terrorists.
In the face of history, epidemiological protocol and, of course, common sense, it is evident that both of these learned men have compromised their medical ethics in advancing this dangerous, paternalistic narrative.
I’m sure that the reader can deduce who might have compelled them to do that as well as I can.
In the meantime, equally learned experts in the scientific community have gone on record in stating that Ebola may be more communicable than originally believed, that our screening protocols stink and that more cases in the U.S. are highly likely. Some have even said that we are being deliberately lied to by the government.
We should be quite used to these institutional deceptions on the part of the Obama administration and its surrogates by now – that is, those of us who are able to recognize them.
For example, each day since the escalated bombing campaign against ISIS in Syria ensued, we have been treated to daily press updates by Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby, whom I have affectionately dubbed “the beady-eyed liar.” While ISIS makes impressive daily gains in Syria and Iraq, and military experts contend that the campaign is ineffectual, Kirby delivers progress reports right out of George Orwell’s “1984.”
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