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MSNBC claims the NRA made the Ebola crisis worse

October 5, 2014

 The mainstream media has not yet found a way to blame the Oklahoma beheading on the white racist Tea Party or the NRA but they have found a way to blame the Ebola crisis on the NRA.

Leave it to MSNBC to make this connection. How could the propaganda arm of the Obama regime come to such a conclusion? It goes like this:

Every day brings more details about the first case of the Ebola virus to be diagnosed in the U.S. And while experts say there is essentially no risk of a significant outbreak here in the states, much of the public remains worried. A poll by Harvard found that 39% of U.S. adults are concerned about a large outbreak here, and more than a quarter fear someone in their immediate family could get sick with Ebola.

If only there was someone around who could educate the American public about the actual level of risk. Someone who was trusted as a public health expert and whose job it was to help us understand what we really need to worry about and what precautions we should take.

Actually, that is one of the primary responsibilities of the United States surgeon general. There’s just one problem: Thanks to Senate dysfunction and NRA opposition, we don’t have a surgeon general right now. In fact, we haven’t had a surgeon general for more than a year now — even though the president nominated the eminently qualified Dr. Vivek Murthy back in November 2013.

  And of course by “Senate dysfunction” the article is referring to the Republicans in the Senate, or more accurately the Tea party Republicans. 

   This is not surprising coming from the Obama regime apologists and it is a reach to think that Vivek Murthy simply talking to the people would help to quell the supposed panic which in all honestly is being caused and promulgated by the very same mainstream media as they try to sensationalize this story by reporting every single case of the sniffles in the United States.

  But in writing this hit piece MSNBC inadvertently threw Barack Obama under the bus. MSNBC claims that there is nobody with authority who is speaking out to calm the American people from the hysteria they helped to create yet has not Barack Obama been doing that himself? Is this not an admission that the American people have stopped listening to what the President has to say?

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  1. October 5, 2014 7:59 pm

    Heh! A whole bunch of us stopped listening to him back in November of 2008.
    So, if we had tougher gun laws, there wouldn’t be this panic over Ebola? Is that their other stupid message? Wow! That’s more insane than usual even for MSNBCABCCBS ydayadyada.

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    • lou222 permalink
      October 6, 2014 8:26 am

      Jim, it is mandatory that they tie it to the 2nd amendment, and an added plus if they can hit any other of the amendments, as well. The majority of us here know this is pure crap, but there are still those out there that hang on every word that comes from the Alphabets!

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    • October 6, 2014 4:26 pm

      Yeah, they will waste no event in order to push gun control but I think even leftists can not buy into this one. They would use the beheading if they could and they probably would try to if the madman was not stopped by a law abiding citizen with a gun.

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  2. Bruce permalink
    October 5, 2014 8:53 pm

    Wow, we know the left doesn’t listen to the right, but it obviously doesn’t listen to what it says, otherwise they would never say such stupid things.
    Are they saying that the Surgeon General sits all alone in an office, with no staff or underlings? And if he is gone there isn’t a single person who can put out a statement? How utterly stupid.
    But they are wrong a second time. In this case, it should be the useless Obama CDC to take the lead. They are the experts, and have the most knowledge. Sadly, they have acted like the rest of the President, and the rest of his administration trying to “fundamentally transform” America, rather than do their job.

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    • lou222 permalink
      October 6, 2014 8:32 am

      Bruce, from what I heard come out of the mouth of that head CDC guy, “professional” or “knowledgeable” would not be words I tie to him. I am wondering if there is anyone in this Administration that knows what they are supposed to know. To me it appears they are just fronts for positions they have no business being in. Then, when the shit hits the fan, they cannot even fake being in control. Guess we see this, but what will it take for others to finally realize we have people in positions that should know what they are doing and they haven’t a clue what to do???????

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      • lou222 permalink
        October 6, 2014 8:40 am

        When I was an EMT and worked with our county/state EMA/IEMA offices, we had to do drills for disasters, sometimes they were just table top drills, other times they involved all the disaster agencies. Alot of the time you had to wing something because you did not know for sure what to do (no book telling you how to perform), but at least you had to make the effort to take care of a situation. You made your best guess on what to do. Sometimes it worked, other times, it didn’t. You learned from the experience. I do not see anyone really taking charge here, it is almost like they are saying, there is nothing they can do about any of it. Leave the borders open, let the flights in, give up???? I have heard talk about bring in mass amounts of “refugees” and I have to wonder how that will benefit the American people??? This is just plain nuts.

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      • Bruce permalink
        October 6, 2014 11:35 am

        You’re right Lou, what I should have said was that the CDC SHOULD be the lead, SHOULD have the knowledge, and SHOULD be able to handle this, but I sure agree, that Freidman (sp?) is a perfect example of the ‘Peter Principle’ where people rise to their highest level of incompetence. Obama’s approach is the same as someone putting up new wall paper while the rest of the building is on fire.

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      • lou222 permalink
        October 6, 2014 6:37 pm

        Bruce, how often do we see people get promotions only because they know someone? Not that they have the qualifications to do the job! The problem with this Administration is that some of these positions HAVE to have knowledge of what to do! We are seeing the beginnings of “clueless”, makes you feel safe, doesn’t it?

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      • zip permalink
        October 7, 2014 12:49 pm

        Lou, today it seems anytime this Admins’ octopus arm agency has a “Drill” it sets the scene for a False Flag to immediately follow. Ex’s: Boston Marathon, Sandy Hook. It would be nice to be a couple steps ahead of them – someone who knows ‘the plan’ and what their next ‘manufactured events will be – to put some cogs in their wheels.

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      • lou222 permalink
        October 7, 2014 2:16 pm

        My friend and I wrote some of the scenarios for drills back in the 1998-2008 time frame for our county. We are close to a nuclear power plant, so it was a big factor on what we incorporated into a drill. We also had to bring in tornados, we had a massive amount of damage here in 1996, I believe it was. You had to tie in fire/police/hospitals/fema, etc. You also had Salvation Army and Red Cross involved as well as the power company and water/sewer, city and county officials, etc. Some of the examples you mentioned seem too perfect, it just DOESN’T happen that way. Staging is a word that I associate with alot that has been going on. I have read, as you probably have, that things leak out about the planning ahead of time. What does that tell us?

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      • October 7, 2014 6:48 pm

        Yes Zip it would be nice to be two steps in front of them but unfortunately they are always two steps ahead of us.

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    • October 6, 2014 4:27 pm

      They just throw stuff like this out there and while it might not be challenged by gun control advocates in the end I think it hurts them because they lose all credibility.

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  3. zip permalink
    October 5, 2014 10:57 pm

    It’s like the fox in the chicken coop telling them to be quite or the farmer will come out with his gun. Covering himself from getting blasted. Whether it’s the propaganda media or the insidious CDC/Administration, it’s all for control, money and power.
    “Why would a government organization claim to have “invented” this infectious disease and then claim a monopoly over its exploitation for commercial use?” http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2014/09/17/the-cdc-nih-bill-gates-own-the-patents-on-existing-ebola-related-vaccines-mandatory-vaccinations-are-near/
    They want to work this into their depopulation/martial law/along w/ the Syrian war.
    “THE CDC & THE UN ARE FORCED TO ADMIT THAT EBOLA IS AIRBORNE” That means they ‘constructed’ it to be.

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    • October 6, 2014 4:30 pm

      Is it really airborne or are they trying to scare the people into believing it is for their ultimate goal. It really does not matter because the end result will be the same. They are going to use this to strike fear into the hearts of the American people so they can implement even more controls, just another crisis they will not let go to waste.

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      • lou222 permalink
        October 6, 2014 6:39 pm

        If this is legit, then we are in trouble with people that cannot deal with emergencies! If it is “man made” then we have reason to be really pissed off.

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      • October 6, 2014 6:47 pm

        Either way we lose!

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      • zip permalink
        October 6, 2014 10:04 pm

        We can only know what we’re told or read about this, without the diversionary propaganda media or what the Regime spouts out. Even then can we see what the situation really is? One thing though, there are different ‘strains’ (just like the flu viruses) so the ‘vaccine con’ (one size fits all) isn’t believable. The talk of ‘trying’ the vaccine in Africa … what have they be doing all these years? If the CDC produced Ebola years ago they have a vaccine – you’d think. Why let it get out of hand – unless they’ve been inoculated and don’t run a risk. The vaccine that the public is given is most likely not the same one – history has proven there’s been many toxic vaccines (Ex: autism rate increase for one example). Oil, Control, Greed, Agenda, War.
        http://www.amfirstbooks.com/IntroPages/NonToolbarTopics/Trojan_Horse_Vaccination/Pandemic_Fraud_index.html

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      • October 7, 2014 5:40 am

        What have we been doing all these years? Now that is a great question!

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  4. LD Jackson permalink
    October 6, 2014 7:22 am

    How utterly ridiculous MSNBC is. Their supposed connection between Ebola and the NRA is silly enough, but to accuse the Republicans of causing dysfunction in the Senate? Have they forgotten how many bills have came to the Senate that Harry Reid has refused to even allow his body to consider? The only dysfunction in the Senate stems directly from that, not from the Republicans.

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    • lou222 permalink
      October 6, 2014 8:42 am

      Harry Reid has been the one holding back bills, we see that, others only believe what they are told, guess they are blind to the facts!

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    • October 6, 2014 4:31 pm

      Well, accusing the Republicans was my take on what they were really saying and I think it is accurate.

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  5. Bruce permalink
    October 6, 2014 6:57 pm

    The loss of life from Ebola is a tragedy, but maybe in second place is the loss of trust we now have in our leaders. A Doctor on Hanity swears Ebola can ONLY be transmitted orally, and unlike other diseases, it is a very feeble virus. That is good news if true, but who can we trust?

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    • October 6, 2014 7:30 pm

      At this point I do not know who to trust anymore because they are all interested in pushing their agenda. It is sad, but I have no confidence in anyone at this point to tell us the truth.

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  6. October 6, 2014 8:19 pm

    IF they don’t have a Surgeon General its on them. They have the majority in the Senate and with Reid’s rule change, its in the bag. P.S. Starting to hear that the problem with the Secret service is because Obama is black. We knew it was coming

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    • October 6, 2014 8:26 pm

      Let’s not let that fact get in the way. 😉
      It was only a matter of time before the race card was played on the secret service, I am only surprised it took this long.

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      • zip permalink
        October 6, 2014 10:10 pm

        Third grade mentality and emotionally stunted – symptoms of the killer Kool-aid.

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      • October 7, 2014 5:41 am

        Sadly it seems to work all too well!

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  7. lou222 permalink
    October 7, 2014 2:34 pm

    You know, it just never ceases to amaze me how stupid this Administration is, they evolving into plain ignorant asses! Now we know they were sending at least 4,000 troops to Africa to set up the mobile labs and we were assured they would not be in contact with patients. How things change, or how we are lied to, would be better! They WILL have contact. They, being “highly trained” in dealing with Ebola, will be around the patients now?? How highly trained can one be, with minimal time in training, unless this was pre-planned? The doctors and nurses are unsure of how easy/hard this is to get, so we are going to send in our troops? Correct me if I am wrong, but HOW is sending our troops there part of their duties? Aren’t they for protecting us HERE from foreign and domestic enemies? Is Ebola now a foreign enemy? I see nothing but BAD coming from this. I can see being over there and then being brought home, to who knows where and passing more virus around, as not being in the best interest of all of US. What do these service members think about this? Anyway, here is an article to read on it. I am sick just thinking about it!! I don’t even want to bring up what it will cost the American people to treat people from another area, at our expense, besides the fact that it might hitch a ride home.

    http://thehill.com/policy/defense/220014-pentagon-us-troops-to-have-contact-with-ebola-virus

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    • October 7, 2014 6:50 pm

      I don’t think the regime is stupid at all, I think they know exactly what they are doing and that is even scarier!

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