The Unbelievable Amount of Mistakes Being Made in the Dallas Ebola Case


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Photos coming to us from a local news channel and CNN look as if there was a vomit cleanup attempt in the parking lot of the apartment building where Ebola patient Thomas Duncan lived.

Local media in Dallas has reported that Duncan was vomiting out on the sidewalk and parking lot outside his home while waiting for paramedics and an ambulance to transport him to a local Dallas hospital and later diagnosed with Ebola. Vomiting is one of the symptoms of Ebola. The vomit is highly infectious and can easily spread this deadly virus to others.

The CDC, even though they continue to lie about how this disease is spread, will even admit that body fluids, such as vomit, can spread the disease.

Take a look at the following pictures that appear to show a clean-up crew using a power washer to clean the vomit off the sidewalk and parking lot area and wearing absolutely no protective gear, not even a face mask!

If you have ever used a power washer you know that the spray can travel a great distance and when you are washing down concrete, you can guarantee that this vomit is going to go airborne and tiny particles will be flying everywhere! Even if they decide to clean this area with bleach, shouldn’t the workers be wearing some type of protective face mask at the very least?

Another photo clearly shows someone, possibly a neighbor, walking by as they are power washing the area. Isn’t this woman concerned about contamination? Even if the woman in the picture was unaware that they were cleaning up after an Ebola patient, isn’t anyone looking out for the general public?

These photos were taken by ABC affiliate WFAA channel 8, you can check out their original pictures here:

Another picture from James Breeden of Splash News shows what appears to be the Red Cross, delivering food to the quarantined Duncan family. Take a closer look at the Red Cross; they are wearing no protective gear either.


The incompetence of these qualified people, the people that health authorities want us to believe are going to keep Ebola under control, is simply staggering. If it’s not incompetence, then it’s deliberate. How else can you explain isolating a family inside their apartment that is obviously infected with Ebola, and then turning away clean-up crews for lack of a permit? How can you justify cleaning vomit off the sidewalk with a power sprayer and allowing people to walk through the area?

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