CDC chief warns travel ban could make Ebola crisis worse.

Tom Frieden went on to say,

…that a travel ban could make it difficult to get medical supplies and aid workers to the affected regions in West Africa.

How is that exactly?   A travel ban would not keep aid workers out, or even from coming back in.  Push comes to shove, supplies and health care providers can come and go.  If not by private carrier, or charter, then with these:

April 29 airpower summary: C-130s help sustain operationsOr these:

globe1Or this:

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What is needed: a ban on the Thomas Duncan’s coming in.  While we’re at it, cancel the passports of those that leave the US to fight for ISIS.

An opportunity for Obama to act wisely for once, by executive order even.

When it matters, he has lost his pen.  Then again, with the current administration and its lack of leadership and organization, this comes as little surprise.

From Ol’Remus:

“Long before it’s over our failure to deny visas to west African nationals, or defend our borders and control immigration at all, will be seen for the unconscionable dereliction of duty it is. Alas, the opportunity is largely foreclosed even now. The mother of all buyer’s regret is just now setting in. Too late. The dark side of globalism is about to have its way with us.”

Just wait until January. 

One thought on “CDC chief warns travel ban could make Ebola crisis worse.”

  1. An opportunity for Obama to act wisely for once, by executive order even.
    When it matters, he has lost his pen. Then again, with the current administration and its lack of leadership and organization, this comes as little surprise.
    You are right, FlaGunBlog. What we can’t seem to face, as a nation, is that Obama is acting exactly as he thinks he should in order to change this country into the socialist utopia he believes it should be. Just as we can’t fathom how a psychopathic serial killer thinks, we can’t fathom how a sociopathic president thinks. And he’s not alone – he’s got a whole bureaucracy of federal workers and appointees in key positions that think just like him. And we still don’t understand how they think. We think they think just like us, and that’s not even close. If you don’t understand them, you can’t fight them. So we make excuses for them… until it’s too late.

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