Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall. Proverbs 16:18
Nobody is ready for Ebola, and the leadership of the United States is not ready to face this devastating plague head-on.
For weeks I have heard that we have the best healthcare in the world. We can handle this better here in the States than they can in West Africa.
Well, Ebola is here and no one is handling the situation properly. In fact, the finger-pointing has started and the blame is flying faster than a rocket to the moon.
Now we have learned that a second healthcare worker who tended to Liberian Thomas Duncan has contracted the dreaded virus. The sad part is that she flew to Cleveland Ohio and visited with relatives in the Akron area.
All of this is a bit disconcerting, and yet the pathetic dithering of the Obama Administration persists and they continue to blather on and on about how prepared we are to handle this.
My opinion is that nobody in this country is ready to handle a severe epidemic, and they never were. Truth be told, protocol was not followed in Dallas because no one expected this kind of thing to occur. And yet what should we expect?
President Obama and the head of the CDC, Dr. Thomas Frieden, have both refused to initiate travel restrictions with the Ebola stricken countries of West Africa. And now we are told that the nurse who traveled to Cleveland Ohio called the CDC to report that she had a low-grade fever; and yet she was cleared to travel on a commercial airliner from Dallas Texas?
The inept policies of this Administration know no end, or was all of this intentional? Could it be that Obama believes that the United States deserves to suffer along with the rest of the world? Or, could it be that this is designed to panic Americans into submission as the disease rages throughout our population?
Isn’t it a coincidence that all of this is happening  right before a major game-changing election in a few weeks. Is all of this designed to throw the election back to Obama and his cronies like Senate leader Harry Reid?
The shame about all of this is that the vast resources of the United States could have been used to help the people of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea in West Africa. Controls could have been implemented to help contain the spread of the virus, and resources could have been used to help the people of that region so that they could recover from the devastating impact of all of this.
But now our resources will be kept at home all the while allowing our borders to remain open. That is nothing short of insanity, a waste of resources, and an opportunity squandered. But then again, small-minded men usually think only of themselves–their hold on money, power, and other resources that could have been utilized for good, but find use only for selfish, self-centered, short-sighted goals.
As was said during the Watergate era, follow the money, that is usually where the answers lie with petty leaders and dictators.
Time will reveal the truth as it usually does. Just a few things to think about.
Thanks for visiting.
Jeff Wingo
Illustration, Tableau de Michel Serre (1658-1733) représentant l’hôtel de ville de Marseille pendant la peste de 1720.  Great Plague of Marseille in 1720 killed 100,000 people in the city and the surrounding provinces
1. Obama administration failed to implement all of the CDC’s advice to prevent an Ebola outbreak.

About Jeffrey A. Wingo
Hello! I'm Jeff Wingo the author of the book, Alien Antichrist, The Terrifying Truth about UFOs and Aliens, Antichrist, and the End of Days!

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