AP & Houston TV Station Reporting on EBOLA’S PATIENT ZERO-STORY SOON TO BE SCRUBBED….. “However, there are enough facts here to demonstrate that the CDC, other public health officials and the government itself, is under-reacting to the potential dangers.It is fairly certain that the following story will soon be scrubbed, so as not to cause a panic. ” | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show
As far as I can determine, this may be the first mainstream media report on Patient Zero, Patrick Sawyer.
This is a very conservative story that underplays the inherent dangers. However, there are enough facts here to demonstrate that the CDC, other public health officials and the government itself, is under-reacting to the potential dangers.It is fairly certain that the following story will soon be scrubbed, so as not to cause a panic.
Why Can’t They Go Back?’Top Right News ^ | 07-09-2014 | Gina CassiniPosted on 7/9/2014, 9:12:29 PM by montag813epicrantEPIC.
What else can you say?This Houston woman came out in intense heat today to protest a plan to house thousands of illegal alien “children” — many of them teenagers and some with communicable diseases — in a local middle school that had been closed due to “funding issues.
Woman Dies in Car Crash, But It’s What Happened Afterwards That Stunned Onlookers: ‘Unbelievable’
The Blaze ^ | Jun. 5, 2014 | Oliver DarcyPosted on 6/6/2014, 5:36:34 AM by kingattaxVIDEO AT LINKA Houston mother with her two young children in a vehicle was fatally wounded after being involved in a car crash Wednesday afternoon, but it’s what happened after that stunned onlookers.Eyewitnesses told police that people were spotted stealing groceries out of the front seat of the dead woman’s Toyota 4-Runner, KTRK-TV reported.
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Houston Chronicle ^ | 3-14-14 | Craig Hlavaty
Posted on Friday, March 14, 2014 9:04:18 PM by afraidfortherepublic
Glenn Edward McDuffie, the young sailor from Houston who can be seen in one of the most iconic photos from the end of World War II, has died, according to family members.