America is now the fourth country to be significantly impacted by its own patented version of the Ebola virus, along with Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea. All other global leaders, including Jamaica and Cuba, allowed common sense to triumph by placing bans on all non-essential travel to and from the plague-ravaged countries.
The Center for Disease Circulation, or CDC, has received a firestorm of international condemnation for allowing Amber Vinson, a Dallas nurse who cared for Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan by cleaning up ceiling high piles of his bloody feces and vomit, to fly on a commercial jetliner after a hard day’s work, possibly exposing around 150 passengers and personnel to the virus.
Vinson, 29, noticed she had symptoms after her Frontier Airlines flight between Dallas and Cincinnati. Her symptoms—diarrhea, vomiting, headache, and chills—were mistaken from common after-effects of eating onboard meals typical of American passenger jets, which caused the delay in treatment.
In a recent congressional circle jerk, House officials took time off from their useless lives to promptly shift the blame to other members of the Administration in order to feel better about themselves. Senator David Vitter (Rep.) of Louisiana did not mince his words in response to the blunders of the White House.