But don’t worry, Nancy Snyderman is still “good people” — after all, she says so, herself:
“I wear two hats — I have my doctor hat and I have my journalist hat, and when the science and the messaging sometimes collide, and you leave the optics, in this case a hot zone and come back to the United States, good people can make mistakes,” she said. “I stepped outside the boundaries of what I promised to do and what the public expected of me, and for that I’m sorry.”
While in Liberia, Snyderman and her team already were monitoring their vitals and taking their temperatures “four, five, six times a day,” she said.
“We knew the risks in our head but didn’t really appreciate, and frankly we were not sensitive to, how absolutely frightened Americans were,” she said.
Yes, why on earth are you dullard Americans so frightened over a fatal disease that includes bleeding eyeballs as a symptom? Did we tell you to get frightened over Ebola? We’re NBC — we’ll tell you what to get worked up over:
Love the Very Troubling News I Have to Tell You look on Brian Williams’ face as he takes a flamethrower to an ant. pic.twitter.com/hPeW9sTJEt
— Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) December 3, 2014
By the way, clicking on the Today Show’s transcript of Snyderman’s self-serving apology and hitting CTRL-F doesn’t bring up the words “restaurant,” “grill,” “cafe,” or “soup.” Wonder why?
Related: Twitchy rounds up numerous examples of viewers who aren’t buying Snyderman’s MSM equivalent of Nixon’s Checkers speech.
More: Not surprisingly, even more so than Synderman, former Health and Human Services Secretary and Obamacare train wreck conductor Kathleen Sebelius Grubers all over Americans as well.