Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Peak Fearmongering

Okay, I think we’ve reached the limit on Ebola fearmongering thanks to Mark Thiessen in the Washington Post.

Terrorists could collect samples of infected body fluids, and then place them on doorknobs, handrails or airplane tray tables, allowing Ebola to spread quietly before officials even realize that a biological attack has taken place.

Think it can’t happen? If an Ebola-infected Liberian, Thomas Eric Duncan, was able to fly to Dallas, what is to stop an Ebola-infected terrorist from doing the same? And if our health-care system was unable to handle a single Ebola patient, imagine what would happen if 50, 100 or more Ebola patients started showing up at U.S. hospitals.

And Osama bin Laden will rise from his watery grave, grow wings, and hover over downtown Miami singing “Close To You.”  It will be a movie on SyFy with Dustin Hoffman and Kristin Chenoweth.

Seriously, folks; if Nigeria can contain Ebola, so can we.

3 barks and woofs on “Peak Fearmongering

  1. If Duncan can fly all that way and have so much alleged contact with people and still only infect 2 healthcare workers who have not died, why can’t a terrorist also have the same lack of success?

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