According to Natural News, a patient infected with Ebola is being flown into the United States to be held for medical examination and treatment at Emory University in Atlanta.
“Emory University Hospital in Atlanta is set to receive a patient infected with the deadly Ebola disease currently sweeping through swaths of West Africa,” The Guardian reports. The patient is reportedly one of the American doctors who recently got infected with the disease.
This event is the first time in history that a level-4 biohazard infectious agent is being transported by air into a large U.S. city while still multiplying inside a living patient. This startling revelation has raised a lot of questions such as:
#1) Why are they bringing an infected Ebola patient into the USA? Do they want to start a pandemic here?
#2) Hooray for Emory! They are reaching out to save the life of a brave American doctor!
#3) They are going to use this guy as a human guinea pig to run medical experiments on him, hoping to produce a profitable treatment for Ebola.
#4) This is commendable! There’s simply better medical care in the USA and medical professionals want to save this doctor’s life.
#5) At what risk? Isn’t transporting an infected patient by air, even in a private aircraft, just begging for a pandemic outbreak across the United States? Doesn’t this risk the lives of 300 million people?
#6) The Department of Defense needs the body so they can harvest newer strains of Ebola as part of their viral program.
Why not send the medical teams to the patient instead?
Why are U.S. health authorities not sending U.S. medical teams to the infected patient instead of bringing the infected patient to America? This is not an irrational question. Why not give this doctor the advanced treatment he deserves and keep Ebola a continent away at the same time?
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