Wednesday, October 1, 2014










ALERT! Texas Ebola Patient Was Sent Home For 2 Days With Anti-Biotics

LEVEL 1 CDC EBOLA ALERT FOR
DALLAS TEXAS METRO AREA

QUESTION EVERYTHING COMING FROM
THE AUTHORITIES CONCERNING THE 
SERIOUSNESS OF THIS INCIDENT!
AND BY ALL MEANS
PRAY FOR THE CURRENT VICTIMS AND
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN  
UNKNOWINGLY EXPOSED

SAINTS!! TIME IS SHORT...TELL SOMEBODY
ABOUT JESUS



People put your thinking caps on!! The state of TEXAS is a MAJOR ROAD BLOCK 
for the OBAMA ILLEGAL OPEN BORDERS SCHEME
It is also the 2nd largest state in the Republic as well as the most 
heavily armed civilian population that completely honors the 2nd Amend
Arm twisting on this IMPORTANT UNITED NATIONS MANDATE
TO DISARM THE POPULATION won't work here. Trying to STRONG ARM
VIA UNPROVOKED MARTIAL LAW...WON'T WORK. The various diseases that
are attacking our children because of his policies aren't sever enough
NOW EBOLA THAT'S A ANOTHER ISSUE...BASIC INTERNATIONAL 
QUARANTINE PROTOCOLS CONCERNING
 "DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM WEST AFRICA"
I BELIEVE WERE EITHER IRRESPONSIBLY OR INTENTIONALLY
"OVERLOOKED"
TO INITIATE AN "OUTBREAK" IN ONE OF OUR LARGEST
CITIES THAT HAPPENS TO BE IN THE STATE OF TEXAS!
NOW "EMERGENCY QUARANTINE IMPLEMENTATION" IS A NECESSITY!
IF IT TAKES A DIVISION OF TROOPS TO IMPLEMENT...WHICH REQUIRES
PER EXECUTIVE EMERGENCY ORDER RECENTLY SIGNED
TO DISARM THE POPULATION.  IF THAT SCENARIO SEEMS FAR
FETCHED THINK ABOUT BENGHAZI AND THE IRAQ PULL OUT 
AND RISE OF ISIS......








(by Steve Watson, IW) -- The patient who is critically ill with the Ebola 
virus in a Dallas hospital was initially sent home with antibiotics before
 being diagnosed, it has been revealed. The man was also around other
 people in Texas for days before being isolated and quarantined. 
The Associated Press reports that the man, who traveled from Liberia to
 Dallas on September 20th, was dismissed from the Texas Health 
Presbyterian  Hospital on the 26th after seeking care. He was evaluated
 and given a prescription for antibiotics, with hospital workers believing
 he had some  other ailment. Scott Gordon, a reporter for KXAS, tweeted
 ‘Hospital reviewing why patient wasn’t properly diagnosed on Friday
 when he was evaluated and sent home. Dismissed with antibiotics.’ 
The man was not re-admitted to the hospital until two days later 
on the 28th September, raising the risk that he was potentially 
spreading the Ebola virus around family members and friends for 
48 hours when the virus was at its most infectious. The man is now 
in strict isolation, with blood tests by Texas health officials and the CDC 
separately confirming he has Ebola. When asked how many people the 
patient may have come into contact with, CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden 
said, ‘I think a handful is the right characterization.’Texas health officials 
are in the process of tracking down those who may have come into 
close contact with the patient. When located, those people will be 
monitored for 21 days after exposure, to see if they develop symptoms.
 “If they develop fever then those same criteria are used to isolate 
them and make sure that they are cared for as well as possible, so that
 they maximize their chances [for recovery] and to minimize or eliminate
 the chance that they would infect other people.” Frieden said. Dallas 
Mayor Mike Rawlings issued a statement that noted 
“We have quarantined both [the ambulance crew that took the patient
 to the hospital] and the unit itself to make sure that nothing was there 
that can be spread.”“First and foremost, we gotta have our thoughts 
and prayers for this man, who is very sick and hopefully he’ll get well.
 But we’re gonna sure everybody else is safe at the same time.” 
Rawlings added. ‘The bottom line here is that I have no doubt we will 
control this importation, or this case of Ebola, so that it does not spread 
widely in this country,’ Frieden said at a press conference. 
“It is certainly possible that someone who had contact with this
 individual, a family member or other individual, could develop Ebola
 in the coming weeks,” he added. “But there is no doubt in my mind 
that we will stop it here.”