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Stephen Kruiser


July 31, 2014 - 4:21 pm

I’m moving to Iceland.

Emory University Hospital has been told that a patient with the Ebola virus will be transferred to its hospital in Atlanta.

Emory says it has a special isolation unit to treat patients that are exposed to serious infectious diseases that is separate from other patient areas at the hospital.

Emory’s isolation unit is one of only four such units in the country, according to the hospital, which also said that its staff are highly trained in the procedures necessary to care for the patient.

A spokesperson from the hospital said the exact arrival date of the patient is unknown.

White House officials are expected to reassure a nervous public that this doesn’t pose a terrific threat because something much worse will most likely happen next week.

They’ve got a system, you know.

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

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And the name of the pilot flying the plane is Captain Trips. "He's coming for you Larry".
19 weeks ago
19 weeks ago Link To Comment
Oh for God's sakes get a grip. They're coming here to be treated in one of the best hospitals for infectious diseases in the world, they're coming in a flying isolation ward, and assuming you don't go to Emory, break into the isolation ward and get vomited upon, it's very hard to transmit. And it's caused total only a couple thousand deaths ever.

If you insist on worrying, worry about pertussis (whooping cough).
20 weeks ago
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Under normal circumstances, I would be in accord with your sentiments above. But these circumstances are not normal. We are being "lead" by a man who hates this country, a man who is doing his best to cause as much unrest & instability as possible, a man who would gladly wreak a bio hazard upon the American people (surely this is not the first time an American has contracted ebola; why all of a sudden is it necessary to ship these infected people here?).

Only time will tell whether or not I am right; I pray that I am wrong.
19 weeks ago
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Charlie M:

Details on the "flying isolation ward" please! Also, considering the CDC's record, lately, on "losing" samples of highly infectious diseases, (and our present rulers' attitude towards us peasants) I think we have every reason to be worried!
19 weeks ago
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My guess is that this someone who has a chance to survive and the CDC wants to see why in the hopes of finding a treatment or even a vaccine. There is a risk and while I am not sure that it is acceptable Ebola is probably coming anyway in a less controlled form because Western governments are afraid that quarantining the continent would be considered racist.
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