"Is The CDC Playing Politics With Ebola?"
Dr. Jason Kissner, associate professor of criminology at California State University, Fresno:
As crazy as it is to continue letting mere “travelers to” affected countries with abdominal pains and low-grade fevers go, it is utterly insane to not isolate newly arrived hot zone nationals who exhibit those symptoms -- the future Duncans of America.This doesn't even address the possibility of ebola being brought into the country deliberately by organized terrorists.
And yet, unbelievably, the CDC still does not intend to isolate future Duncans....
Is it wholly unreasonable to suppose that the CDC is avoiding emphasis on the nationality of hot zone arrivals because it doesn’t want to draw attention to the connection of Ebola with immigration? If that is what they are doing, here is what Obama and RINOS are saying to America: immigration reform is more important than containing Ebola. These considerations perhaps give new meaning to Obama’s statement on October 2 that “no force on earth” can stop immigration reform. “No force on earth” indeed -- not even Ebola.