Why did armed men attack a Liberian Ebola clinic? Why did other armed Liberians poison wells?
On August 16, 2014 armed men attacked a Liberian Ebola clinic “freeing” up to 30 patients and looting items including medical equipment and sheets visibly stained with blood, vomit and excrement.
Why would anyone do that?
— AFP news agency (@AFP) August 17, 2014
Can Ebola be Weaponized?
On September 16, 2014 at a joint hearing of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee and Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, The Director of the United States National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci, testified in regard to making Ebola “more transmittable.”
“I don’t think you’re going to get some rogue person being able to do that” after stating “the only trouble is it wouldn’t be easy for somebody to do that in their laboratory backyard; they would probably kill themselves doing that,” he said.
But what if the “somebody” didn’t mind killing himself?
— Wladimir (@vvanwilgenburg) March 11, 2014
And what if the “somebody” used the Southern Border of the United States because there was no way to stop them? How long would it take?
Will ISIS or ISIL infect their suicide terrorists with Ebola and arrive in the USA via Mexico to infect us?
— Peter Cagle (@captainpete615) October 2, 2014
When do the suicide Ebola attacks by ISIL start?
— (((نMikey Ramoneن))) (@ThePantau) October 2, 2014
How long does it take for Ebola to incubate?
According to the World Health Organization “The incubation period, that is, the time interval from infection with the virus to onset of symptoms is 2 to 21 days,” meaning that someone who was deliberately infected would be healthy enough to travel before becoming infectious.
Would Terrorists even need to cross the border themselves?
Representative Ted Poe reported to Congress in June, 2014 that The United States Department of Health and Human Services was distributing illegal immigrants all over the country.
Are people infected with Ebola crossing the border now?
— Nadia Galindo (@NadiaCBSAustin) October 4, 2014