They Have Been Lying To You About How Easily Ebola Spreads

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Ebola Virus Spreading - Public DomainHow did a health worker in Dallas wearing full protective gear catch Ebola if the virus “does not spread easily”?  Just last week, Barack Obama declared to the public that you cannot get Ebola “sitting next to someone on a bus”, and yet a nurse in protective gear that was taking extreme precautions to avoid being exposed to the disease has just caught it.  The head of the CDC says that there must have been a “breach in protocol” somewhere, because of course the CDC guidelines regarding the transmission of this virus could never be wrong.  Even with everything that has happened, our public officials are still insisting that Ebola is “difficult to catch”.  But could it be possible that they are wrong?  More than 200 health workers over in Africa that were treating Ebola patients in full protective gear have ended up contracting Ebola themselves.  More than 100 of them have died.  We were told that would never happen in the United States because we are so much more advanced than they are over in Africa.  But now it has happened.  Our very first Ebola case passed the virus to a health worker that was treating him.  If Ebola can be transmitted to health workers this easily, what chance is the general public going to have during a full-blown Ebola pandemic?


The misinformation that the U.S. government continues to put out is absolutely staggering.  We are being led to believe that you basically have to slather yourself in someone’s body fluids in order to catch Ebola from them.  Just consider what Barack Obama said just last week

First, Ebola is not spread through the air like the flu,” Obama said in the video released by the White House Thursday. “You cannot get it through casual contact like sitting next to someone one a bus. You cannot get it from another person until they start showing symptoms of the disease, like fever.

Obama also said that “the most common way you can get Ebola is by touching the body fluids of someone who is sick or has died from it, like their sweat, saliva or blood, or through a contaminated item like a needle.”

The mainstream media is saying the same thing.

In fact, CNN insists that Ebola is “difficult to catch”…

Ebola is actually difficult to catch. People are at risk if they come into very close contact with the blood, saliva, sweat, feces, semen, vomit or soiled clothing of an Ebola patient, or if they travel to affected areas in West Africa and come into contact with someone who has Ebola.

If Ebola is indeed “difficult to catch”, then why are so many health workers wearing protective suits getting the disease?

Perhaps our public officials and the mainstream media should be honest and admit that there is much about this virus that we simply do not know.

Just recently, the Los Angeles Times ran a story that included testimony from top Ebola experts essentially admitting as much…

Dr. C.J. Peters, who battled a 1989 outbreak of the virus among research monkeys housed in Virginia and who later led the CDC’s most far-reaching study of Ebola’s transmissibility in humans, said he would not rule out the possibility that it spreads through the air in tight quarters.

“We just don’t have the data to exclude it,” said Peters, who continues to research viral diseases at the University of Texas in Galveston.

Dr. Philip K. Russell, a virologist who oversaw Ebola research while heading the U.S. Army’s Medical Research and Development Command, and who later led the government’s massive stockpiling of smallpox vaccine after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, also said much was still to be learned. “Being dogmatic is, I think, ill-advised, because there are too many unknowns here.

And it has been demonstrated in a laboratory setting that Ebola can spread through the air from one animal to another.  Just check out the following excerpt from a news story about a study that was conducted back in 2012 that I included in a previous article

When news broke that the Ebola virus had resurfaced in Uganda, investigators in Canada were making headlines of their own with research indicating the deadly virus may spread between species, through the air.

The team, comprised of researchers from the National Centre for Foreign Animal Disease, the University of Manitoba, and the Public Health Agency of Canada, observed transmission of Ebola from pigs to monkeys. They first inoculated a number of piglets with the Zaire strain of the Ebola virus. Ebola-Zaire is the deadliest strain, with mortality rates up to 90 percent. The piglets were then placed in a room with four cynomolgus macaques, a species of monkey commonly used in laboratories. The animals were separated by wire cages to prevent direct contact between the species.

Within a few days, the inoculated piglets showed clinical signs of infection indicative of Ebola infection. In pigs, Ebola generally causes respiratory illness and increased temperature. Nine days after infection, all piglets appeared to have recovered from the disease.

Within eight days of exposure, two of the four monkeys showed signs of Ebola infection. Four days later, the remaining two monkeys were sick too. It is possible that the first two monkeys infected the other two, but transmission between non-human primates has never before been observed in a lab setting.

So when they tell you that they know exactly how Ebola spreads they are lying to you.

And the “protective gear” that they are giving to our medical personnel is completely inadequate to prevent the spread of Ebola.

If something is not done quickly, the nurse in Dallas and the Spanish nurse that recently contracted the disease will just be the first in a long string of health workers that get the virus in the western world.

Ebola is a biosafety-level 4 (BSL-4) pathogen.

To prevent the spread of the disease, health workers need to be wearing BSL-4 equipment.

But that equipment is very, very expensive, and so our health officials have been cutting corners.

And as WND recently reported, there is only one BSL-4 care facility in the entire country available to the general public…

Have you wondered why Ebola patients are being sent to Omaha, Nebraska?

It’s because one physician, Dr. Philip Smith, had the foresight to set up the Nebraska Biocontainment Patient Care Unit after the Sept. 11 attacks as a bulwark against bioterrorism. Empty for more than a decade, used only for drills, it was called “Maurer’s Folly,” for Harold Maurer, former chancellor of the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

The unit has a special air handling system to keep germs from escaping from patient rooms, and a steam sterilizer for scrubs and equipment.

It could handle at most 10 patients at a time, but one or two would be more comfortable, owing to the large volume of infectious waste.

It is the largest of only four such units in the U.S., and the only one designated for the general public.

So what are we going to do if dozens or hundreds or thousands of Ebola patients start popping up around the country?

At this point, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell is already admitting that “there may be other cases, and I think we have to recognize that as a nation“.

The truth is that we could potentially be facing the greatest health crisis that any of us have ever seen, and our health officials do not have a handle on it.

In fact, the Senior United Nations System Coordinator for Ebola Virus Disease recently stated that “it will be impossible to get this disease quickly under control, and the world will have to live with the Ebola virus forever.

Let us pray that this crisis fizzles out somehow, because we are rapidly approaching a tipping point.

If Ebola starts spreading widely inside the U.S., the authorities are going to be powerless to stop it.

The key is to nip this outbreak in the bud.  One of the first things that Barack Obama should have done is to ban air travel for all non-essential personnel between the United States and the outbreak zones.  But he has simply refused to do that.  This borders on criminal negligence, and hopefully his foolishness will not result in countless numbers of American deaths.

Meanwhile, it is being reported that there is another possible case of Ebola in the Boston area

Harvard Vanguard Medical Center in Braintree was evacuated on Sunday afternoon as a man with Ebola-like symptoms was isolated outside the clinic.

The clinic confirmed in a statement Sunday afternoon that a patient who had recently traveled to Liberia arrived at Harvard Vanguard complaining of a headache and muscle aches.

“Out of an abundance of caution we immediately notified authorities and the patient was securely removed from the building and put into an ambulance now headed to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center,” Harvard Vanguard Chief of Infectious Disease Ben Kruskal said.

Hopefully that will turn out to be a false alarm.

There have also been reports of potential cases in Canada, South Africa, the Czech Republic, Australia, Turkey, Brazil, Greece and France over the past few days.  But as I write this, none of those potential cases has been publicly confirmed.

But what we do know is that Ebola continues to spread at an exponential rate in Africa.  If it continues to do so, it is inevitable that travelers will bring it to other areas of the globe as well.

So what comes next?

Please feel free to share your thoughts by posting a comment below…

  • K

    Here is a thought not touched on. What happens if caregivers keep becoming infected? How long before they stop showing up to work? The arrogant CDC is going to get a lot of people killed. That is the trouble with arrogant people. It never even occurs to them, they could be wrong.

    • YH

      >>”What happens if caregivers keep becoming infected?”<<
      This is not a hypothetical question, it is fact. As the article indicates, medical personnel wearing full bio-hazard protection are being infected like the nurse in Dallas. There is a very good reason why virologists who respect the Ebola virus handle it with extreme precaution in a Level 4 Bio-Safety lab. They know that the disease is highly contagious and incredibly deadly.
      Trying to get the Ebola Genie back into the bottle by screening passengers at 5 U.S. airports for elevated temperatures at this late stage is a ridiculous exercise in political correctness. The problem with mediocre politically correct actions is that it consumes valuable time and resources from real effective common sense solutions based on empirical fact instead of emotion.
      There are still 35 international flights a day departing the infected countries in West Africa, flying 10,000 potentially infected passengers a day to all parts of the globe.
      If the U.S. government wanted to deliberately expose unsuspecting Americans to Ebola, this is a textbook operation so far.

      • iris

        “35 international flights depart daily from these areas, flying 10,000 potentially infected passengers to all parts of the globe”. Maybe the antiChrist hasn’t publicly been recognized or announced yet, but when more Christians have died for the name of Jesus in the last 30 years than all of Christian history combined, more 6.0+ earthquakes have occurred around the world in less than 20 years than all recorded earthquakes, wide scale famine, freak weather (I dare say intentionally modified/guided) ongoing war in the ME since 1948, all coinciding, I have to think of Matt. 24. Is it possible that verses have been mistranslated or misinterpreted regarding the End Times in some aspects? I believe the Bible, but it makes a difference which Greek scholar you go to, as to translations of individual words. At this point, if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck…

        • iris

          correction, not all recorded earthquakes, but all recorded earthquakes at or above 6.0.

      • Bill

        Then the question is why and the answer is medical martial law. My earlier comment then falls in place. If you take it one step further, one might then understand the possibility of a third term for the imposter and why America is really doomed.

        • Firstgarden

          After medical martial law comes ObolaCare.

        • YH

          Bill, to answer the question ‘Why?’, I think we need only consider the statement made by Rham Emanuel when he was White House Chief of Staff for Obama in 2009. He stated, “You never want to let a crisis go to waste….”. This tidbit of insight into his evil malignant mindset is enough to understand that it is not beyond the realm of possibility for the government to allow a crisis to develop so they can ram through measures they could not otherwise enact without the crisis. Keeping the spirit of ‘Plausible Deniability’, the government doesn’t have to actively cause a crisis. The government merely needs to step out of the way to allow the crisis to manifest on its’ own without intervention. Either way, we the People are screwed unless we take our own survival into our own hands.

    • iris

      I agree with the arrogant part, but I think they know they were spreading misinformation from the start. Maybe CDC stands for Communicable Disease Communicability.

      • K

        Perhaps. I always thought CDC stood for confusion, deceit, and confond

    • Firstgarden

      Oh, but they do make very good bus drivers.

    • Tatiana Covington

      Then you see the Secondary Kill.

  • Bill

    Medical martial law has started in Connecticut. How long before it happens in all 50 States?

  • Bill

    Why has there been no sign of leadership from the Surgeon General?

    • Jim Davis

      Because the federal government loves Ebola.

      • piccadillybabe

        According to Glen Beck, they have a cure for Ebola right now but the FDA will not permit use/release of this treatment as it has not been tested long enough to prove its efficacy and safety. So, yeah, the feds love Ebola and all the drama, fear and chaos it has created.

        • Jim Davis

          I stopped reading after “according to Glen Beck”.

  • Bill

    Why hasn’t Xenex been in the lame stream news media? Hint-it may have a 2 minute solution to the Ebola virus.

  • Jodi

    Was the nurse that was taking care of the Ebola patient isolated after she cared for him? I read somewhere that she was self-monitoring. Was she around family? friends? We already know that health workers are getting sick in Africa with full protective gear. Why would this nurse be self-monitoring?

    • K

      No, the CDC knows everything. Anyway, a certain number of people have to become infected. And a certain number have to die. Only after the public is panicked enough. Will they line up for the new 500 dollar a shot vaccine. Coming to an area near you, soon.

      • iris

        And a certain number, a huge number, considering what could have already been done to quarantine, at least, in Africa, have already died. It’s about control. I read that CDC owns the patent for one strain of Ebola, not sure if it’s this one. So, they very well may own a patent for a vaccine and or therapy, if it is this one. With how this has been handled, I suspect mal intent somewhere along the chain of command, with CDC following orders, O following orders, etc. They might kill my body, they can’t kill my soul, and I know I’d be with the Lord Jesus forever if that happens.

  • DJohn1

    The government has no respect at all for our level of intelligence.
    It is apparent that they will lie through their teeth about all kinds of things. The key being how convenient is it and what do they think you want to hear.
    The ramifications of that lying hasn’t occurred to them.
    For instance, no person in their right mind is going to believe them even when they do decide to tell the truth, finally.
    The fact is for whatever reason, this Ebola Virus appears from the evidence to be quite capable of infecting the people taking care of the patient.
    So how do you get people to work on those people infected? The answer is you don’t. Most people are not going to jeopardize their lives over the measily salaries that hospitals provide.
    It is better for the workers to strike instead of getting infected. And too many people even in fancy equipment are getting infected.

    The obvious answer is going to be military personnel are going to have to take care of the patients and that will not work. Military families have no desire to bring this plague home to their families either.
    I would compare the Ebola Virus to the flu. Because no matter how careful people are this deadly virus appears capable of spreading very fast from person to person no matter what they say.
    I have known habitual liars. They often get to the point where they believe their own lies. There may have been a broken protocol or not. If it is one person that might be the truth. But it is not one person. It is a number of people that have been infected that are very careful to follow all protocols and they still got it.
    So either the protocol is wrong or the Virus is capable of going airborne in one of its stages.

  • Concerned

    What about the girlfriend? What about her children? What about the police officers, ambulance drivers, street washer???? If this nurse contracted this with full gear on, what about those who did not have any protective coverings? Watch and wait.

  • Jim Davis

    The key is to nip this outbreak in the bud. One of the first things that Barack Obama should have done is to ban air travel for all non-essential personnel between the United States and the outbreak zones. But he has simply refused to do that. This borders on criminal negligence, and hopefully his foolishness will not result in countless numbers of American deaths.

    A sane nation would ban West Africans. Period. There is nothing they have to offer this country except Ebola. And (most of us) don’t want that!

    I hope there is enough of a civilization left after this disease run its course to put Obama and his enablers on trial for treason.

  • Jim Davis

    The federal government is going to get people killed. The only question remains is it just the usual Obama-administration incompetence or outright malevolence toward white people?

    • iris

      I don’t think color has anything to do with it. Hate has no boundaries. Satan hates life, especially humans, because of God’s love and promises to them. I think O is following orders from higher “up”. These other countries’ leaders could be doing much more about this, too, yet I just read that Belgium (the beloved center of the EU and all things politically correct), was very, very recently, not quarantining travelers from affected areas in Africa who were arriving at their airports.

      • Heartlander

        THANK YOU, iris, I’m so glad to finally find someone who thinks as I do. Yes, this is all about Satan and his utter hatred of human beings.

        It’s quite telling that Obama’s and Hillary’s guiding light, Saul Alinsky (he of the “never let a crisis go to waste” perversity), dedicated his “Rules for Radicals” (known as the “community organizers’ bible”) to Satan, praising him as “the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment — and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom.” See how these people think? It doesn’t matter to them that the kingdom won is the kingdom of evil!

        We are up against very, very dark forces indeed. Thank God we know Who wins in the end!

  • Firstgarden

    It’s time to roll out ObolaCare.

  • Firstgarden

    “The head of the CDC says that there must have been a “breach in protocol” somewhere…”

    He’s a part time bus driver.

  • Firstgarden

    “We were told that would never happen in the United States because we are so much more advanced than they are over in Africa.”

    For you old timers out there – Frank Zappa sounds in..

    It can’t happen here
    It can’t happen here
    I’m telling you, my dear
    That it can’t happen here
    Because I been checkin’ it out, baby
    I checked it out a couple a times, hmmmmmmmm

    And I’m telling you
    It can’t happen here
    Oh darling, it’s important that you believe me
    (bop bop bop bop)
    That it can’t happen here

    Who could imagine that they would freak out somewhere in kansas…
    Kansas kansas tototototodo
    Kansas kansas tototototodo
    Kansas kansas

    Who could imagine that they would freak out in minnesota…
    Mimimimimimimi minnesota, minnesota, minnesota
    Who could imagine…

    Who could imagine
    That they would freak out in washington, d.c.
    D.c. d.c. d.c. d.c. d.c.
    It can’t happen here
    Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba
    It can’t happen here
    It can’t happen here

    Everybody’s safe and it can’t happen here
    No freaks for us
    It can’t happen here
    Everybody’s clean and it can’t happen here
    No, no, it won’t happen here
    I’m telling you it can’t
    It won’t happen here

    Plastic folks, you know
    It won’t happen here
    You’re safe, mama
    You’re safe, baby
    You just cook a tv dinner
    And you make it

    Oh, we’re gonna get a tv dinner and cook it up
    Go get a tv dinner and cook it up
    Cook it up

    Oh, and it won’t happen here
    (no no no no no no no no no no no
    Man you guys are really safe
    Everything’s cool).
    Who could imagine
    Who could imagine
    That they would freak out in the suburbs
    I remember
    I remember
    I remember
    They had a SWIMMING POOL

    And they thought it couldn’t happen here
    (duh duh duh duh duh)
    They knew it couldn’t happen here
    They were so sure it couldn’t happen here…

  • Firstgarden

    “You cannot get it through casual contact like sitting next to someone one a bus…”

    Then, the CDC throws the nurse under that bus.

  • Piglet

    [Just consider what Barack Obama said just last week…] Why would anyone believe anything he says? What makes him an expert on medical matters or anything else? And what’s coming next? “If you like your Ebola, you can keep your Ebola. Period.”

  • hopalonghere

    Quit your crying and whining,You voted for Obama,you wanted a CHANGE,YOU wanted a black man to run this country any way he wanted too.You wanted the health care crap and now its going to go up triple with the Ebola outbreak.,,You were so happy when Mr.Worthless got elected.Now your crying cause your scared your going to get Ebola and if you do then oh well.Obama could have stopped all flights from coming in but decided not to do so.You wanted a CHANGE in AMERICA and your going to get it real soon. Just sit back and smile that you voted for MR.WORTHLESS,,ENJOY THE ” CHANGE ” your about to receive.Your vote is the reason the world went to hell.

    So quit your bitching,,,quit your crying and sit back and wait to catch your Ebola.And thank the man you voted for ok !

    Mark my word,,,,Obama will stop all flights from coming in,but only when it is too late and United States is completely infected.

  • Tatiana Covington

    What’s the diff between Obama and Ebola? One is a terribly destructive pathogen that will dissolve its host in agony. The other is a hemorrhagic virus.