Obama Diverted Funds From Ebola Threat
Also, from the Associated Press' (AP) article "Scientists Try To Predict Number of U.S. Ebola Cases," we found out that "top medical experts studying the spread of Ebola say the public should expect more cases to emerge in the United States by year's end."
The AP also reported the following: "This week, several top infectious disease experts ran simulations for The Associated Press that predicted as few as one or two additional infections by the end of 2014 to a worst-case scenario of 130."
Apparently, the Bush Administration and the Republican Party were very forward-thinking when they created a $6 billion fund to prepare the nation for such threats, including the deadly Ebola virus.
In their infinite wisdom The Obama administration and the Democrat Party decided that Ebola was not much of a threat and diverted at least $1 billion to other priorities, according to a review by The Daily Signal.
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