Ebola Hype Making A Comeback Just In Time For Christmas Shopping Season's End (VIDEO)
December 28, 2014 | By Dave Hodges | Multimedia, US News
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From a Fox News interview on the #MediaBuzz, Sharyl Attkisson said that she has uncovered evidence that Ebola is making an impressive comeback.
Actually, comeback may be the wrong term.
The proper term is coverup.
Here is an excerpt from the Attkisson interview: "Infectious disease experts remain very concerned about the disease. A lot of the media coverage has gone from overtime to almost nothing since the administration has appointed an Ebola czar. And I don't think that's any accident.. I called CDC not long ago and said, How many active cases are being monitored in the United States of Ebola?"
And they said, 1,400."
And I said, "Where is that on your website, these updates?"
And they said, "We're not putting it on the web."
So I think there's an effort to control the message and tamp it down.
This is public information we have a right to and I think the media should not hype it but cover it.
The Christmas shopping season will be over in a short time.
Subsequently, the need to make the country feel safe to go out in public, is almost over from a retail standpoint.
This coincides with the announcement of an Ebola vaccine which will be ready to market in January of 2015.
This makes perfect sense since Bill Gates invested over a half a billion dollar in the Global Fund to vaccinate as many as possible with the Ebola vaccine.
Of course, the CDC owns the patent on Ebola and any treatment will add to their bottom line.
Things are about ready to get very interesting.