Defying its own quack advice that the agency has been propagandizing for months, the CDC has now released a document on Ebola that admits the virus can spread through aerosolized droplets. The document, quietly released on the CDC website, also admits Ebola can contaminate surfaces such as doorknobs, causing infections to be spread through indirect means.
In stunning news, today we learn that the anti-quarantine nurse who has publicly fought to dismantle Ebola quarantines was trained as an “intelligence officer” by the CDC in a special two-year program modeled after the military:
A Nobel Prize-winning scientist is warning that Ebola may be spread by carriers who show no symptoms:
There’s been a lot of important news on the Ebola front. An Associated Press investigation found that even a small Ebola outbreak would cripple the U.S. healthcare system:
A federal judge has now essentially declared Ebola is safer than the flu, and even though unvaccinated children are sent home from public schools, the nurse in Maine who might have Ebola is “free to travel” and mingle with the public!
After admitting Ebola could spread via “aerosolized droplets” propelled by coughs and sneezing, the CDC quickly scrubbed its admission, censoring its own confirmation that it has been lying all along about Ebola transmission:
Responding to the CDC’s schizophrenia, we couldn’t resist poking fun at the agency with a hilarious satire document containing made-up advice like “don’t lick doorknobs”