You won’t likely find this story on Fox News or CNN, but it could be a critical warning of what is coming.
There are overwhelming suspicions that an African Ebola patient landed at [11:59] PM Sunday Night near Atlanta. This might signal the start of things to come with Barack Hussein Obama making Ebola patients one of our chief imports.
For those who have been following the Ebola story, you surely understand that the real story might be the plans andpolicies in place that will assure Ebola eventually gains a foothold in America. Not only is Obama refusing to ban flights to and from Ebola hot zones, the administration has admitted that it plans to bring non-American Ebola patients here for treatment.
On October 17th Judicial Watch issued a warning:
Judicial Watch has learned that the Obama administration is actively formulating plans to admit Ebola-infected non-U.S. citizens into the United States for treatment. Specifically, the goal of the administration is to bring Ebola patients into the United States for treatment within the first days of diagnosis.
A few days later Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) told Sean Hannity that he believed Obama had cut a deal with African leaders to bring Ebola patients here for treatment. He predicted that Americans would find out about these plans after mid-term elections.
As it turns out, we didn’t have to wait until after mid-terms to find out. Adam Housley of Fox News was able to get his hands on documents, in late October, to verify Obama’s plans to bring foreign Ebola patients to the U.S. for treatment.
We know that the administration has plans. The following are my reasons for thinking that a new African Ebola patient is now in Atlanta.
Last week a bizarre story surfaced from the Canary Islands. A group of 19 refugees from Sierra Leone and Guinea landed on a nudist beach. Local Health officials made a statement confirming that none of these individuals were found to be infected with Ebola. However, four were admittedly taken to local hospitals with serious health issues and some (as noted below) believe that Ebola symptoms were part of the story. We have to remember that Ebola has an incubation period that is now known to be up to 42 days. So even if these 19 refugees were truly “all clear” when they landed, it does not mean that one of them did not develop symptoms later.
Yesterday it was discovered that there was an incoming flight from the Canary Islands to the U.S.