Wednesday, October 1, 2014

And So It Begins… 2nd Potential Ebola Patient Being Monitored in Dallas

Whether or not Ebola is transmissible through the air, which is the subject of much debate and great speculation, we do know that close physical contact with an infected person is a sure fire way to put one’s self at risk of contracting the virus.

After yesterday’s bombshell admission that an Ebola patient is being treated in Dallas, a second potential victim is now being monitored. This person evidently had close physical contact with “patient zero.”

KENS-5 San Antonio is reporting:


  1. The world will not end with a bang, but a whimper. Dont fear the reaper.

  2. Ain't this just great?

  3. Annie comments on the sub-IQs of Sub-Saharan Africans, such as this Liberian man coming to Dallas to get help - doesn't make me feel any better, how about you?

  4. We must refrain from believing that everyone is as smart as we are ;[

  5. Various European airlines stopped going to the affected West African countries in August. CDC says that the Govt. has no intention of stopping these flights from coming to America - How many American airlines fly in there, and do they have the chutzpah to refuse to go there any more? Why would they put their crews and passengers at risk? This really is nefarious.

    1. Why would they put their crews and passengers at risk? This really is nefarious

      The 64 dollar qi uestion and I can see huge lawsuits against airlines if their continued travel gets passengers/crew sick or worst.