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Alarming photos show Ebola vomit cleanup crew in Dallas wearing NO protective gear whatsoever

Ebola pandemic

(NaturalNews) Photos published at Top Right News appear to depict the Ebola vomit cleanup effort taking place outside the apartment home of "patient zero" Thomas Eric Duncan.

The media has widely reported on Duncan's vomiting on the sidewalk outside his home immediately before he was taken to a Dallas hospital and diagnosed with Ebola. It is also known that the vomit of a symptomatic Ebola patient is, itself, highly infectious and can spread Ebola to others.

Even the CDC, which continues to lie to the public about Ebola transmission, says that body fluids (including vomit) can spread the contagion.

So why do the following photos appear to show cleanup workers power-washing vomit off the sidewalk while wearing NO protective gear whatsoever?

Power washing obviously creates airborne aerosols from the spray hitting the concrete. Isn't this washing technique almost guaranteed to make Ebola particles airborne? Even if the sidewalk has been doused with bleach, shouldn't cleanup crews be wearing full-face respirators at the bare minimum?

Even more incredibly, this photo shows what appears to be a neighbor casually walking by during this power washing activity. Doesn't this potentially expose this woman to aerosolized Ebola particles?

The authenticity of these photos is confirmed through local ABC affiliate WFAA channel 8, whose helicopter captured these photos. Click here for the original Twitter photo feed.

Delivering supplies with NO protective gear?

Another photo by James Breeden of Splash News, reprinted by the NY Post [3], appears to show the Red Cross delivering food supplies to the Duncan family while wearing absolutely no protective gear whatsoever!

Click here for the original source of that photo.

Total incompetence, or a deliberate plan?

The incredible incompetence of these actions is staggering. It adds to the weight of evidence that the U.S. government appears to be actively encouraging the spread of Ebola in America.

What else can explain the outrageous foolishness of cleaning Ebola vomit with aerosol-producing pressure washers? Or isolating a family for 21 days in a home that's widely contaminated with Ebola while turning away the hazardous materials cleaning crews? How do you justify keeping the U.S. southern border completely undefended and wide open in the middle of an international pandemic outbreak? What kind of mindless person delivers supplies to an Ebola-infected apartment while wearing no protective gear whatsoever?

All these phenomena point directly to a deliberate action to see Ebola spread in America.

Or, perhaps, the people in charge of responding to all this are so incredibly stupid that they are cognitively unqualified to survive a pandemic in the first place. Unfortunately for all the rest of us, their careless actions put all of us at risk.

Sources for this article include:
[1] http://toprightnews.com/?p=6269

[2] http://twitter.com/wfaachannel8/status/51773...

[3] http://nypost.com/2014/10/02/liberia-authori...

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