by Erik Rush
Since the death of Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan and the infection of two nurses who treated him in a Dallas hospital, the Obama administration has vociferously resisted calls from the public, lawmakers and medical professionals to implement travel restrictions to and from (more importantly from) West African nations in which Ebola is raging.
First, we were subjected to the incoherent entreaties from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director Dr. Thomas Frieden and the director of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci, who engaged in wholly unscientific, pre-packaged White House propaganda distribution concerning the disease.
One of the contentions these Obama minions have put forth is in misrepresenting calls for travel restrictions or travel bans as potentially hampering the efforts of Western aid workers in combating Ebola. Despite the fact that no one has called for measures preventing aid to areas in which Ebola is prevalent, Frieden, Fauci and others continue to warn that such policies could deter health-care workers from traveling to West Africa and threaten public health around the globe.
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