Obama Flying Ebola Patients To The US – Prove Me Wrong

Thursday, December 11, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Patricia Doyle
Rense.com
12-11-14

Obama is sneaking sick and dying Ebola patients into the US. Don’t think so? Prove me wrong!

The Ebola flights of the CDC BSL4 Air Ambulance planes, N173PA and N163PA, seem to prove that Ebola patients are being brought to the US from Africa routinely.

Here we go again. Twice this week N173PA made the journey to Dakar. Why? Why would we send an expensive plane designated as an Ebola air ambulance to Dakar? Now, two hours ago, N163PA Рthe other Ebola ambulance Рleft its base in Cartersville, GA and arrived in Dakar two hours ago…about 11 pm Eastern.

If this plane is bringing supplies or working some other mission then that, too, should be a major story. The mission of those planes is simple – they are both BSL4 Ebola Air Ambulances – Period.

Frankly, I would be extremely worried if the plane is *not* being used according to its air ambulance directive. So, who is being brought back to the US as we speak?

The Obama administration has designated 36 Ebola treatment centers in the US and, if these two planes continue to fly to Africa and back again, bringing in patients, the hospitals will be filled in no time.

If anyone can prove these planes are NOT bringing in sick and dying patients either with Ebola or suspected to be exposed to Ebola, please do so.

The mystery of these flights has many people worried. Hopefully, the truth will not be as scary as what I believe is occurring, i.e. Obama bringing in Ebola patients. Let us hope this is not true.

What I found with this NY Daily News article is the fact that when people see the inside of the plane they understand that the plane is not to be used to bring CDC folks to an international meeting. This plane is for one thing and one thing only, bringing in Ebola patients or Level 4 infectious disease patients.

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