Staggering Negligence

The Centers for Disease Control said that the second nurse to catch Ebola at the Dallas hospital shouldn’t have flown commercially.

But as CBS News reports,  CDC itself authorized her flight in advance:

In the case of Amber Vinson, the Dallas nurse who flew commercially as she was becoming ill with Ebola, one health official said “somebody dropped the ball.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that Vinson called the agency several times before flying, saying that she had a fever with a temperature of 99.5 degrees. But because her fever wasn’t 100.4 degrees or higher, she didn’t officially fall into the group of “high risk” and was allowed to fly.

Update: Confirmed by NBC News.

Update: the CDC now says that the nurse may have been symptomatic while on the flight.

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  • kimyo

    it makes a lot more sense if you stop thinking ‘staggering negligence’ and start thinking ‘massive false flag’.

    w’s blog has amply documented a number of historical false flag attacks, these are proven conspiracy fact.

    instead of scratching your head every time the tv delivers another paradoxical cdc factoid, put yourself in the shoes of the production team: think, ‘what do we need to deliver?’

    shock-value-wise it’s gotta be bigger than 9/11. it’s gotta result in people demanding the government take action. certainly won’t hurt if it serves to divide us along racial or other lines. it should serve to take the blame for a market crash and bank holiday.

    if it were my show, i’d want to make sure to include at least one celebrity. we could fly jennifer lawrence into dallas just before the quarantine takes effect and have her gopro her way out, eliminating zombie hordes with extreme prejudice. when things start to look bad, we’ll send in more ammo via google self-driving car.

    the key sign that we’re watching a made-for-tv movie? the carnage will be contained to dallas and cleveland.

    if ebola were to truly get out of control, we’d see large clusters of deaths in many different cities. if it’s just dallas and cleveland, it’s under someone’s control.

  • hvaiallverden

    Its becoming increasingly weirder and weirder, and I agree, this icompetance and their blatant ignorance, makes one wounder, if this is something else.
    Are they alwoing the spreading of this “ebola” since so far, its been a cluster f….up of proportions we can hope dont gett unimaginable.

    Are they truly idiots, thats the only term awaiable to cover their actions and recomadations so far, druling idiots.
    Its the so called “vacsine” thats sceary, the “ebola” is frithening anouf in it self, but when the “vacsine” industy is alowed to experiment on us in real time with medics they dont or havent tested at all, in any sence of science and comon logic, this becomes close to a real scam.
    A scam that we have no idea of where it wil lead us, and the implications of this “vacisne” is equally dangerous.

    Something stinks, like high heaven of this, it reaks.


  • colinjames71

    In response to hvail I’ve been saying the same thing, this is fishy. I can’t figure out wtf is going on, no Ebola, minute threat being hyped, purposeful infection thru “accidental fumbling the procedures”, all I know for sure is that Tulane and USAMRIID were in W Africa working on “biodefense” before this “epidemic” broke out, and Tulane was forced by one of the host countries, either Liberia or Sierra Leone, to cease all activities a few months ago, and that raises alarm bells right there.