PRESIDENT OBOLA: Congressman Says Why Obama Is Practically Inviting Ebola to the U.S. By Doing This

Published on October 18, 2014

This congressman has some serious concerns about what this administration is doing to allow non-US nationals to enter into the country. Check it out…

Representative Ed Royce (R-CA), chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee, has sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry saying that he is deeply concerned that the US embassies in the three countries hit hardest by Ebola are still processing visas for non-US nationals.

Royce said that about 100 people apply per day for the visas.

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I was surprised that the Department of State has not already exercised its authority to suspend consular services, which is standard procedure in countries experiencing a major security disruption. This would be a prudent measure to mitigate the risk of Ebola exposure and contain its spread—a bedrock principal (sic) of health crisis management.”

Read more: Western Journalism

 

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