It was bad enough when Obama brought an Ebola patient to the U.S., despite knowing that medical health professionals were unable to contain the highly contagious virus in other countries. Now, the President is preparing to release this infected man into the American public.
This week, a few huge news stories broke which essentially overshadowed the Ebola crisis and allowed Obama to go about his vacationing in Martha’s Vineyard without having to answer for the fact that he has put the American public in grave danger by making the controversial decision to bring the Ebola virus to the U.S. He will soon have to answer for what he has done, though, as Dr. Kent Brantly is expected to be released from the hospital soon.
According to the charity Samaritan’s Purse:
“Dr. Kent Brantly is doing very well and hopes to be released sometime in the near future. The staff at Emory Healthcare are taking extremely great care of him. Kent and his wife continue to express appreciation for everyone’s prayers.”
This news comes just two weeks after he was brought to the U.S. for treatment after contracted the virus while assisting Ebola patients in West Africa, where the death toll has surpassed 1,000. On Thursday, Guinea declared a national health emergency as the death toll there nears 400.
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H/T: The Wire