CDC director maintains that people with Ebola virus who travel on planes should maintain “controlled movements” to ensure less risk


The CDC seems to be talking about everyone who is suspected of Ebola infection should simply travel on private airplanes or vehicles so we won’t contaminate SO MANY people at once. How stupid can this “disease control center” possibly be? Could this contrived and preposterous “controlled movement” help slow down the spread of this disease for which there’s NO CURE – which just so happens to have a 70% kill rate?

What else is coming as advice from these health care stooges???

Are we saying controlled movements mean the DHS/FEMA/RED CROSS and TSA escort your biohazardous body across State lines to one of our country’s only 4 treatment centers with a dozen beds – that are actually equipped to quarantine someone with this deadly virus?

You can’t be serious! We live in a country where the leaders of the disease control center are telling us we’ll be okay if people who are suspected of having Ebola simply maintain or are forced by airline crews to maintain “controlled movements?” Does that mean vomiting directly into the bag without any spillage, or does that mean not changing your pants and undergarments if you have diarrhea while flying? Please be more explanatory Mr. and Mrs. CDC officials and directors.

“This is your captain speaking …. Attention everyone flying from Dallas to L.A and onward to Hawaii…. Controlled Movement is now allowed in the cabin …. including all suspected Ebola passengers. Be sure not to spit, sneeze, cough or vomit on any other passengers. The tray table in front of you is equipped with a level 4 biohazard family safety bag if you get sick from the turbulance. We land in about 10 minutes.”

“Also, all illegal immigrants aboard flight “Zero to L.A.” please check in at the arrival help desk to pre-vote Democratic for the elections and get your free Golden Corral dinner coupons.”

Here’s some of the report from Natural News:

“Vinson was part of the team that cared for recently deceased Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian national who brought Ebola to the country in late September.


Even though there appeared to be little risk for the other people on that flight, she should not have traveled that way, Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said during a news conference….

“We will, from this moment forward, ensure that no individual monitored for exposure undergoes travel in any way other than controlled movement,” Frieden told reporters.” Learn more:


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