The first ever case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States was a man who flew to the country from Liberia. So you might be wondering…
Just spitballing here, but shouldn't travel restrictions be in place right now for people coming from Ebola afflicted countries?
— RB (@RBPundit) October 1, 2014
In response to similar questions, Josh Earnest said today that there would be no travel bans from countries with Ebola epidemics:
Good freaking grief "White House: No Ebola travel restrictions" http://t.co/hAuGT6SchV
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) October 1, 2014
Earnest said the chances of an epidemic in the U.S. are “incredibly low.”
President Obama said previously that the possibility someone with Ebola would reach U.S. shores was “unlikely.” And yet it happened.
— mary christie (@peaceischrist) October 1, 2014
@HeyTammyBruce sounding a little like a Virus-Phobic anti science racist war on germs RW talk show host.
— Jesse Paxton (@JesseJPaxton) October 1, 2014
So I guess the Obama administration is ok with a little Ebola outbreak in this country as opposed to travel bans. pic.twitter.com/iei3zrY4fX
— DrewMTips (@DrewMTips) October 1, 2014
If your business requires people you better wake up your government fast. Allowing people to travel to USA from Ebola nations is deadly.
— FloridaJayhawk (@HouseCracka) October 1, 2014
“@madlaw1071: WTF is wrong w/ these people? White House: No Ebola travel restrictions | TheHill"" —it's "Let them eat cake" brother.
— Kevin Concerned (@HensleywkAo) October 1, 2014
— Andrew J. Ferchland (@Ferchland) October 1, 2014
#Ebola: If you’re a politician who doesn’t support stopping all flights from West Africa, spare me any future “for the children” speeches
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) October 1, 2014