On September 30, the Centers for Disease Control confirmed that Thomas Eric Duncan, had been diagnosed in Dallas, TX with the extremely deadly Ebola virus. The Liberian man is the first person in the United States to be diagnosed with this dangerous disease.
To a great extent, the American people have been kept in the dark about the specifics of this situation, as officials cite “patient privacy” concerns. Where did Mr. Duncan go in the 2-3 days between the time when he first sought medical attention on September 26 and September 28 when he was transported by ambulance and admitted to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas? Was he in line in front of you at Wal-Mart? Was he on the bus with your grandmother? Why haven’t we banned flights from Liberia, Sierra Leone and other West African countries where Ebola is rampant? Why did the doctor who first saw Mr. Duncan tell him to take two aspirin and call them in the morning?
Forgive me. I know that it’s ridiculous to ask these questions because we have been assured by the federal government that there is absolutely no chance that this disease will break out into the general population, and we know that federal bureaucrats would never lie. You could even ask your doctor, which we know you still have even after the enactment of the “Affordable” Care Act, right?
There’s a lot that we don’t know about this case. Some of you may be scratching your heads, trying to get your minds around some of the things that we do know, not only about Mr. Duncan and Ebola, but the state of affairs we find ourselves experiencing in this country; specifically, the following:
Even though Barack Obama has declared that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a threat to U.S. national security, he has also stated that it is inappropriate to defeat this threat using “boots on the ground,” (how sick of that stupid Lame Stream Media cliche are you?) a claim that, given the fact that he has sent troops back to Iraq, is a ridiculous charade designed to placate his goofball left-wing voting base.
While “boots on the ground” are absolutely out of the question to protect our national security, they are completely appropriate to fight the Ebola virus, which is why Obama sent 3000 troops to West Africa. If you thought our military is there to capture and kill bad guys, not play nurse maid in Third World countries, think again.
The “Unaccompanied Minor Children” (read “illegal aliens) who have been invading our country are not being screened for diseases. Suddenly, we see the appearance of enterovirus D68, a virus we haven’t seen in this country since the 1960’s. Coincidence? What’s next? Bubonic plague?
I don’t think what I’m about to say will come as a revelation to Clash Daily readers. You are high-information citizens who know the score, but sadly, many of your friends and neighbors aren’t connecting these dots, and they need to do so. So let me state clearly what is going on.
Barack Obama made no secret of his desire to “remake” America. Hearing that goal, many of us wondered what he was saying. After all, we love our country, and we didn’t think it needed to be “remade.” Barack Obama doesn’t share our view, as you well know. Like all radical Leftists, he despises the founding of this nation, viewing it as a creation of the racist, imperialistic white Europeans who created it.
In Obama’s world, America, as it has existed for the last couple of centuries, is not “exceptional.” What you view as “exceptional,” is actually just unfair. What right do we have to live in comfort, free from the possibility of dying from diseases like Ebola, TB, enterovirus, or any other diseases that we eradicated decades ago when people in Africa and other Third World countries still die from them?
That is inherently “unfair,” and Obama has a solution to fix that. No longer will you benefit by the happy accident of being born in this country. To make things equal, since America is not the Third World, at least not yet, he will bring the Third World to America, be it through our airports or through our open Southern “border.”
Think of it this way: the United States, at least as it existed until approximately 1965, when the Hart-Cellar law dramatically altered our immigration laws, was like the suburbs that Obama hates so much writ large; that is, a bastion of white privilege, insulated from the disease, poverty and misery of Third World countries. That wasn’t “fair.” To make things right, we need to bring those problems here. Obama has been working on that, and so far, has made tremendous progress to that end, as we can see from the arrival of Ebola here.
Mark my words. I strongly suspect that Mr. Duncan knew that he had been exposed to Ebola before he left Liberia, and came here specifically to seek treatment. We may learn the truth despite the Obama Regime. In the meantime, never forget that we are witnessing and living through the consequences of electing a radical leftist who wants to see America (Amerika) cut down to size as payback for its “racist” origins.
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