Hopefully people have enough sense to ignore The Huffington Post — we certainly do — but check out their latest screed where they go after politicians who dare to have a medical opinion on Ebola. Notice anything odd about the picture they chose for their piece?
Why that’s Senator and doctor Rand Paul. Imagine that. A senator, who is also a doctor, might have medical opinion on a virulent disease. And this shocks the HuffPo.
But what the heck is the HuffPo up to anyway? Although they are using a photo of Dr. Paul for their hit piece, they don’t ever write anything about Dr. Paul. So why put a photo of Dr. Paul in the first place?
We don’t know for sure, but we can assume it’s because Dr. Paul has become somewhat of a lightning rod as his medical degree does make him an expert on Ebola — and libs can’t stand that.
For example, Twitchy reported these smart-takes trying to discredit what Dr. Paul had to say:
Or this flash of brilliance that Twitchy reported last night from journalist Zerlina Maxwell who, for some reason, thought this statement from Dr. Paul was outrageous:
If Ebola is not very contagious and you can’t get it by standing close to somebody, why the hazmat suits? And why is the Pentagon putting the military in charge of training doctors in the U.S.? And why did the president feel the need to name a czar to keep Ebola from spreading?
Sorry, libs. Sen. Rand Paul IS a doctor and he just might know what he’s talking about.