CDC Hiding the Number of Possible Ebola Cases in US

From Breitbart:

Sunday on Fox News Channel’s “Media Buzz,” investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson said the CDC is not putting out the current information on how many potential cases of Ebola they are currently tracking in the Untied States.

Attkisson said, “I called CDC not long ago and I asked how many cases are being monitored in the United States and they said 1,400. I said, ‘Where are these updates on your website? ‘ They said they’re not putting it on the web.

“This is public information we have a right to know and the media should not hype it, but should instead cover it.”


Sharyl says the Ebola updates from the media dried up when the ‘Ebola Czar’ Ron Klain was hired. Since his contract is set to expire soon, I wonder if the news updates will change too?

Of course, there have been many ‘possible’ cases of it, but if those aren’t public information,  then what other information are they withholding from the people? Would they tell us if there were actual cases of the disease? Maybe we are indeed safe, but people in Africa are still dropping like flies and our troops are over there.


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5 Responses to CDC Hiding the Number of Possible Ebola Cases in US

  1. Hardnox says:

    Klain was hired to remove the ineptitude of the administration from the news cycle and get it to focus on Ferguson. Mission accomplished.

  2. vonMesser says:

    I think the hiding is more of a “Obama solved it” thing. The more a crisis is ignored, the less it exists. The less it exists, the better Obummer looks to the adoring public.

  3. CW says:

    I think Attkisson was right that the intense focus (at least by conservative news outlets) on Ebola when it first started is the reason that there’s been no major outbreak here. Still, I was shocked to hear they are monitoring 1400 people. Good thing we have the watch dogs in the media looking out for us, eh?