President Obama once complied with a quarantine to keep his dog out of Hawaii but his administration continues to allow ebola infected passengers into the United States where they won’t be asked any questions by customs or TSA.
In 2009, The Washington Post reported that Bo, the family dog, would be complied with quarantine and staying in DC during the Obamas 10 day Hawaii vacation.
White House officials confirmed that the Obamas’ Portuguese water dog stayed behind when Marine One departed the White House on Christmas Eve. Hawaii has strict quarantine policies, requiring 120 days of pet isolation to contain rabies. And a 10-hour flight could test the discipline of any young dog. So Bo will be boarded until the family returns in early January.
Obama’s White House continues to deny that a travel ban from Ebola afflicted countries is necessary.
The number of countries following the quarantine continues to grow.
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 2, 2014