Imagine a situation which combines two of the three greatest threats to America into one, our wide open borders and the Ebola crisis. That is what the Department of Defense has done, and they consider the illegal entry of masses of infected people through our southern border to be a real possibility. The circumstances which would precede such an event seem to be lining up just right.

The DoD predicts the number of Ebola cases worldwide to be 1.4 million by the end of the year, with a 62% mortality rate. We have already seen how the United States is seen across the globe as the best treatment option for those who believe they may have been infected and that they will not hesitate to beat a path to our door.

Obama, Kerry and their obedient talking head officials continue to leave us vulnerable by permitting travel into the United States by anyone who is infected with the disease, as long as they have not yet become symptomatic. They are Ebola time bombs, ticking their way through customs and into American neighborhoods.

That policy is irresponsible and will certainly result in more infections and more fatalities. But what the Defense Department is concerned with has the potential to literally be the end of the United States as we know it. They fear that Ebola will find its way into Central or South America, sparking a flood of illegals crashing our border, fearful of the disease or intent on getting the life-saving treatment that they cannot get in their own country.

Written by Rick Wells
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