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This Is What Is Going To Happen If Ebola Comes To America

Prison CampIf the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history reaches the United States, federal law permits “the apprehension and examination of any individual reasonably believed to be infected with a communicable disease”.  These individuals can be “detained for such time and in such manner as may be reasonably necessary”.  In other words, the federal government already has the authority to round people up against their will, take them to detention facilities and hold them there for as long as they feel it is “reasonably necessary”.  In addition, as you will read about below, the federal government has the authority “to separate and restrict the movement of well persons who may have been exposed to a communicable disease to see if they become ill”.  If you want to look at these laws in the broadest sense, they pretty much give the federal government the power to do almost anything that they want with us in the event of a major pandemic.  Of course such a scenario probably would not be called “martial law”, but it would probably feel a lot like it.

If Ebola comes to America and starts spreading, one of the first things that would happen would be for the CDC to issue “a federal isolation or quarantine order”.  The following is what the CDC website says about what could happen under such an order…

Isolation and quarantine are public health practices used to stop or limit the spread of disease.

Isolation is used to separate ill persons who have a communicable disease from those who are healthy. Isolation restricts the movement of ill persons to help stop the spread of certain diseases. For example, hospitals use isolation for patients with infectious tuberculosis.

Quarantine is used to separate and restrict the movement of well persons who may have been exposed to a communicable disease to see if they become ill. These people may have been exposed to a disease and do not know it, or they may have the disease but do not show symptoms. Quarantine can also help limit the spread of communicable disease.

Isolation and quarantine are used to protect the public by preventing exposure to infected persons or to persons who may be infected.

In addition to serving as medical functions, isolation and quarantine also are “police power” functions, derived from the right of the state to take action affecting individuals for the benefit of society.

“Isolation” would not be a voluntary thing.  The federal government would start hunting down anyone that they “reasonably believed to be infected with a communicable disease” and taking them to the facilities where other patients were being held.  It wouldn’t matter if you were entirely convinced that you were 100% healthy.  If the government wanted to take you in, you would have no rights in that situation.  In fact, federal law would allow the government to detain you “for such time and in such manner as may be reasonably necessary”.

And once you got locked up with all of the other Ebola patients, there would be a pretty good chance that you would end up getting the disease and dying anyway.  The current Ebola outbreak has a 55 percent percent mortality rate, and experts tell us that the mortality rate for Ebola can be as high as 90 percent.

Once you contracted Ebola, this is what it would look like

Sudden onset of fever, intense weakness, muscle pain, headache and sore throat. That is followed by vomiting, diarrhoea, rash, impaired kidney and liver function and internal and external bleeding.

The “external bleeding” may include bleeding from the eyes, ears, nose, mouth and just about every other major body cavity.

So how is Ebola spread?

Well, medical authorities tell us that it can be spread through the blood, urine, saliva, stools and semen of a person or animal that already has Ebola.

If you are exposed to the disease, the incubation period can be from anywhere from two days up to 21 days.  But the average is usually about eight to ten days.

In other words, you can be spreading it around for over a week before you even know that you have it.

There is no vaccine for Ebola and there is no cure.

Not everyone dies from the virus, but most people do.

Needless to say, this is about the last disease that you want to catch.  And the doctors that are treating Ebola patients in Africa are going to extreme lengths to keep from getting it…

To minimise the risk of infection they have to wear thick rubber boots that come up to their knees, an impermeable body suit, gloves, a face mask, a hood and goggles to ensure no air at all can touch their skin.

Dr Spencer, 27, and her colleagues lose up to five litres of sweat during a shift treating victims and have to spend two hours rehydrating afterwards.

They are only allowed to work for between four and six weeks in the field because the conditions are so gruelling.

At their camp they go through multiple decontaminations which includes spraying chlorine on their shoes.

But despite all of those extraordinary measures, multiple doctors have already gotten sick.

For example, one of the doctors leading the fight against Ebola, Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan, died on Tuesday

A doctor who was on the front lines fighting the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone has died from complications of the disease, Doctors Without Borders said Tuesday.

Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan fell ill early last week while overseeing Ebola treatment at Kenema Government Hospital, about 185 miles east of Sierra Leone’s capital city, Freetown.

He was treated by the French aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres — also known as Doctors Without Borders — in Kailahun, Sierra Leone, up until his death, spokesman Tim Shenk said.

And two American doctors that went over to Africa to help fight the disease are now battling for their own lives…

Dr. Kent Brantly, who was treating victims of the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, is currently being treated in an isolation unit in the Liberian capital, Monrovia, the AP reported Tuesday.

“I’m praying fervently that God will help me survive this disease,” Brantly said in an email Monday to Dr. David Mcray, the director of maternal-child health at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. The Texas-born Brantly, 33, completed a four-year medical residency at the hospital, the AP said.

Brantly’s wife and two young children left Liberia to return to Abilene, Texas, days before he began to show symptoms of Ebola. They are being monitored for any signs of fever, a City of Abilene spokeswoman told the AP.

A second American, aid worker Nancy Writebol of Charlotte, N.C., is also stricken with Ebola, according to CBS/AP. Writebol had been working as a hygienist to help decontaminate people at an Ebola care center in Monrovia.

This is not like other Ebola outbreaks.

Something seems different this time.

But instead of trying to keep things isolated to a few areas, global health authorities are going to start sending Ebola patients to other parts of the globe.  For example, one German hospital has already agreed to start receiving Ebola patients…

A German hospital has agreed to treat Ebola patients amid widespread fears of a possible outbreak of the deadly disease in Europe. Over 670 people have already been killed by the disease in West Africa with doctors struggling to control the epidemic.

A German hospital in Hamburg agreed to accept patients following a request from the World Health Organization (WHO), Deutsche Welle reports. Doctors assure that the utmost precautions will be taken to make sure the disease does not spread during treatment. The patients will be kept in an isolation ward behind several airlocks, and doctors and nurses will wear body suits with their own oxygen supplies that will be burned every three hours.

Will Ebola patients also soon be sent to hospitals in the United States?

And of course there are many other ways that Ebola could spread to this country.  For instance, all it would take would be for one infected person to get on one airplane and it could all be over.

Federal authorities seem to have been preparing for such an outbreak for quite a while.  As my good friend Mac Slavo has pointed out, “biological diagnostic systems” were distributed to National Guard units in all 50 states back in April…

The Department of Defense informed Congress that it has deployed biological diagnostic systems to National Guard support teams in all 50 states, according to a report published by the Committee on Armed Services. The report, published in April amid growing fears that the Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus might spread outside of West Africa, says that the portable systems are designed for “low probability, high consequence” scenarios.

Some 340 Joint Biological Agent Identification and Diagnostic System (JBAIDS) units have thus far been given to emergency response personnel. The systems are “rapid, reliable, and [provide] simultaneous identification of specific biological agents and pathogens,” says executive officer for the DOD’s Chemical and Biological Defense group Carmen J. Spencer.

Let us certainly hope for the best.

Let us hope that this latest outbreak fizzles out and that we won’t even be talking about this by the end of the year.

But experts are warning that if a major global pandemic does break out that millions upon millions of people could die.

If that happens, many people will go crazy with fear.

And we got just a little taste of some of the paranoia that an Ebola epidemic in America would create in Charlotte, North Carolina earlier this week…

A corridor of Carolinas Medical Center – Main’s Emergency Room was roped off on the first floor, near the entrance Wednesday.

A security guard was posted outside, to prevent anyone from crossing the line.

During a 4 p.m. press conference Katie Passaretti, who is an infectious disease specialist with CMC, said precautions were put into place when patient was brought in Tuesday night.  The patient was traveling from Africa and arrived at the hospital around 11:30 p.m.

Around 3 a.m. the security precautions were put into place at the hospital, Passaretti said.

Passaretti said they determined the patient did not have Ebola.  The patient has been discharged home.

It is not too hard to imagine forced quarantines and people being rounded up and shipped off to Ebola detention facilities.

In fact, if Ebola were to start spreading like wildfire in this country, many people would actually start demanding such measures.

For example, one member of Congress is already proposing that citizens of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone (and any foreigner that has recently visited those nations) be kept out of the United States…

In a letter addressed to Secretary of State John Kerry and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, Alan Grayson, a Florida Democrat, proposed that citizens of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, as well as “any foreign person who has visited one of these nations 90 days prior to arriving in the United States” be kept out of the country. He urged the secretaries to “consider the enhanced risk Ebola now presents to the American public”.

So what do you think about all of this?

What do you believe will happen if Ebola comes to America?

Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…

  • Jake Eli Liz Dillard

    How about trying this on ?? They are giving them disease through the vaccinations…..AGENDA 21…..READ UP ON IT MY FRIENDS….PLEASE WAKE UP !!!!

  • libsareajokeandeffeminate

    gary has ebola

    • )(&^%$#!

      so does gay vet.

      • Gay Veteran

        and so do you after s……g me off

  • Guest

    Per article ” Demonstration of fatal aerosol transmission of this virus in monkeys reinforces the importance of taking appropriate precautions to prevent its potential aerosol transmission to humans.” Stating it is possible for it to occur but not proven so they take all necessary precautions. It is uncertain whether it’s spread human to human via droplets/aerosols as stated. This article was also from a study in 1994 if Ebola hasn’t made it’s way throughout the world yet I doing it will anytime soon.

    Michael should stick to topics of which he seems more knowledgeable in writing on. It’s easy to pull fact/ info from articles written on this particular topic and paste a grim picture because most people are as clueless about viruses ect as they are about things like the economy and politics and soak up misinformation very easily which in turn gets people to panic.

    • Malcolm Reynolds

      “Demonstration of fatal aerosol transmission”


      “Stating it is possible for it to occur but not proven ”

      Yup, them two sentences right there… clueless.

      • Guest

        From monkey to monkey not human to human…shows how clueless you are. See you picked 2 statements and pieced them together leaving out some important FACTS!

        • Malcolm Reynolds

          Aerosol transmission has exactly NOTHING to do with whether it’s between primates or humans.
          You’re trying to act like you know more than you do and you came off proving you’re a schmuck! Now, that’s a FACT.

          • Guest

            Based on your number of comments you spread on a lot of websites I would say you have far too much time on your hands. Maybe you should get a JOB and actually do something with your life. Commenting numerous times on websites doesn’t make you more knowledgeable or superior. Quite honestly the only thing that comes to mind is brain-washed loser

          • Malcolm Reynolds

            How quaint. Concern trolling.
            Actually, I was supposed to be in a programming training course this week (but it was cancelled) so my boss hadn’t planned any projects for me. I filled a lot of time studying generic interfaces and talking to idiots like you. Being a developer is awesome that way.
            Quite honestly, the only thing that comes to mind is ignorant democrat. bu bu bubu waaaaaaa. Fail.

          • English Kev

            now now children…………………….
            Tsk tsk.

  • winrob

    Not clear how the Feds will handle this. Like Typhoid Mary where every effort was made to control the plague? Or like AIDS or Hep C which are politically-protected diseases that are allowed to spread by the “gay” community? Difficult to predict how the brain-dead Democrats will respond.

  • watchmanonthetower

    Predictive programing in action, Carrie. The area you are describing is the setting and locale for AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”


  • watchmanonthetower

    Here we see an excellent opportunity for the CDC to take a few fresh samples of EVD…for the storage vaults, they may reply if asked.
    Then why is it being stored in the Bio-weapons Division, you continue to inquire.
    Why, for your safety, citizen; they’ve got the thickest vaults…for protecting the children
    Now, what was your name?

    Um, that’s what you get for asking so many questions (anything more than zero.)


  • Bonjour Ami

    How about kids? I don’t want to think the worse but what would happend? Authorities would take away kids from their parents to isolate them? Who is going to hold them to make them feel secure? This terrifies me! I have a 3 and 5 year old

  • Christopher de Vidal

    “In other words, you can be spreading it around for over a week before you even know that you have it.” Fortunately, with Ebola, you don’t become contagious until you begin showing symptoms.

  • Ross

    This article incorrectly states that you can be spreading the disease before you even know your sick. That’s not true because Ebola is only spread when symptoms emerge, which is the only saving grace thus far. The fear is weather it becomes airborne but something is off because all these medical personnel are getting infected despite precautions. If it’s not airborne and they are wearing the proper protective gear, I don’t see how they could all be getting sick.

    • Psalm56Eleven

      I think that human error with those body suits and masks could explain the spread to health care workers. Some lazy or incompetent person who takes a shortcut could endanger themselves and their colleagues.

  • woody

    good I hope it wipes out the united states. Scum bags

    • libsareajokeandeffeminate


  • pulltheweeds

    Captain Tripps has arrived .

    • sdhsh

      Soon Randall Flagg will be here (aka Anti Christ)

  • libsareajokeandeffeminate

    here is what will happen: nothing

  • Mondobeyondo

    Let’s hope the Ebola virus never takes a foothold on American soil. For if it does, it would be an unprecedented Disaster.

    The two Americans infected with the virus are being transported to one of the best medical facilities on the planet. There is no reason to fear.

    My concern is for the rest of us. You know, Urgent Care does not have the ability to cope with this…

    • EtherealDesire

      They have a patient in a Atlanta hospital with Ebola, so yes, it’s on american soil.

  • Jack Harper

    This version of Ebola appears to be “weaponized”.
    The incubation period is longer which contributes to infecting a wider area than normal.
    Same thing with weaponized anthrax.
    Back in ’01 bin Laden had caves in Tora Bora booby trapped with weaponized Ebola.
    The Americans used locals to search the caves.
    Jane’s Defence Weekly reported over 150 quarrentined camps along the Afghan/Pakistan border with people suffering from Ebola.

  • gavinwca

    Overpopulation my backside, all the people in the world will fit in the State of Texas with 1300 sq feet of space. Where is your evidence that the world is overpopulated. The cities are packed but that is by choice, they are free to spread out.

    • Gay Veteran

      spread out in your neighborhood?

      the world does not have unlimited resources, see the recent drought in CA

      • gavinwca

        The worse of that drought is caused by the government controlling the water and keeping it from the farmers who need it. With a Fascist government controlling resources more disasters will occur.

        • Gay Veteran

          seen a drought map of the southwestern U.S. lately?

  • RoyG

    your looking at the probability of massive human destruction on a scale not ever seen.. imagine bodies not getting buried, hospitals over run and shut down, no sanitation, military roaming the streets, massive deportations of people from their homes to camps, neighbors turning on neighbors because of fear, food n water services shut down, transportation stopped or shut down now all you have is your wits, knowledge and what you have in your house… eventually you or someone will have to leave the house how will you dress or decontaminate before returning home? time now to get ready before the sheep get scared and panic if you havent already started you better get motivated and moving…. because its not just beans and bullets its going to be a lot more than just the 3B’s God help us all… and that my friends is the most important thing get right with the man….

    • libsareajokeandeffeminate


  • Gay Veteran

    spoken like a modern day Dr. Mengele

  • Gay Veteran

    “…most of the countries that are currently involved in war are muslim countries….”
    courtesy of the U.S. and European governments

  • GSOB

    1 John 4:13-18 Living Bible (TLB)

    13 And he has put his own Holy Spirit into our hearts as a proof to us that we are living with him and he with us.

    14 And furthermore, we have seen with our own eyes and now tell all the world that God sent his Son to be their Savior.

    15 Anyone who believes and says that Jesus is the Son of God has God living in him, and he is living with God.

    16 We know how much God loves us because we have felt his love and because we believe him when he tells us that he loves us dearly. God is love, and anyone who lives in love is living with God and God is living in him.

    17 And as we live with Christ, our love grows more perfect and complete; so we will not be ashamed and embarrassed at the day of judgment, but can face him with confidence and joy because he loves us and we love him too.

    18 We need have no fear of someone who loves us perfectly; his perfect love for us eliminates all dread of what he might do to us. If we are afraid, it is for fear of what he might do to us and shows that we are not fully convinced that he really loves us.
    So you see…. the fear of the Lord is the beginning of Wisdom.

  • libsareajokeandeffeminate

    gatwick. brits are gone

  • John Claffy

    The ability of the government to isolate & quarantine people will be very rapidly overwhelmed & become nonexistent. The sheer #’s of infected will overwhelm the system. The people operating the system will become infected very rapidly also. It will a cluster of flying monkeys fornicating with a football.

  • skier

    If Ebola comes to America like all uninvited invaders it will get amnesty and free lawyers… duh!

  • rjh4elohim

    This sounds like a very efficient way to reduce the world AND U.S. population by a few billion people in a short time. Then, in case of stubborn, super-healthy victims, arrest them and lock them up with diseased, bleeding victims until they DO get sick. Problem solved.

  • Cynthia Weir

    Well I’ve heard that the wacko environmentalists think it would be great if America’s population were reduced down to 500,000 or so. Their websites encourage people not to have any children, euthanize their pets. Ebola would surely make a dent

  • For My Liberty

    Already here since they shipped the two Americans to Ga.

    For the LIFE of me I cannot understand WHY they would want to bring it to the USA. They COULD have treated the people there where they were at, in Africa. I think what the Americans were doing was laudable, but they MADE the choice to go, they KNEW there was a chance they could catch it, and with that in mind, they should have stayed in the country they caught it at.

    KNOWING that the CDC has “Lost” and “Misplaced” dangerous virus’s does NOT give me ANY confidence that this will not spread.

  • tovlogos

    Has anyone read Revelation lately? Transporting Ebola the the United States? This shows prophetic stupor that besets us; not realizing the depravity of this world’s “spiritual” condition. In Luke 18:8 — “I tell you that He (God) will bring about justice for them speedily. However, when the Son comes, will He find faith on the earth?” We are far worse off than Ebola could make us. The diseases of the world are merely symptomatic of a much more insidious plague — godlessness.
    Out of the more than 8 billion people on earth, how many are with the Great Commission?

  • Wendell Bryant


  • jamielee

    According to Canadian health officials Ebola is as well air bourne. Remember, this a not told to us and don’t always believe mainstream news.

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