White House: ‘We are prepared to respond to Ebola’

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CBS News is reporting that the patient diagnosed with the Ebola virus in Texas moved to Dallas from Liberia just last week.

#dfwnews city of #Dallas says man with confirmed case of #Ebola moved to Dallas from #Liberia one week ago. @cbs11 @cbsdfw

— Jack Fink (@cbs11jack) September 30, 2014

#dfwnews #Dallas says fire rescue EMS crew that took #Ebola patient to hospital used all safety precautions & is now quarantined. @cbsdfw

— Jack Fink (@cbs11jack) September 30, 2014

The federal government continues to downplay the threat posed by the virus. Unfortunately, the federal government doesn’t have a stellar track record of telling the truth lately and people are skeptical.

CDC doesn't recommend people on same commercial airline flights w/US #Ebola patient undergo monitoring. http://t.co/wjPNZ4ROTZ

— CDC (@CDCgov) September 30, 2014

#Dallas has activated EOC in response to positive #Ebola diagnosis in N. Tx. Sources say ambulance crew quarantined. pic.twitter.com/zltx6g2KdF

— Robbie Owens (@cbs11Robbie) October 1, 2014

URGENT The crew that transported a patient — later diagnosed with Ebola — to the hospital has been isolated.

— CNN Wire (@CNNWire) September 30, 2014

The ambulance crew are being quarantined but the people who were cooped up in a plane with the Ebola patient don’t warrant monitoring?

@CDCgov Yeah, why should we play it safe? You might not cash in if a US outbreak is avoided!

— Kevins Got Wood (@OwlbertPike) September 30, 2014

@CDCgov That's a crap shoot…

— Krafty.Wurker (@KraftyWurker) September 30, 2014

Naturally the White House was on Twitter with “FACTS” because everyone knows whatever the White House says has to be true.

FACT: #Ebola can only spread from contact with the blood or body fluids of a person or animal who is sick with or has died from the disease.

— The White House (@WhiteHouse) September 30, 2014

.@WhiteHouse WE NEED AN ANTI-EBOLA HASHTAG!!!

— jon gabriel (@exjon) September 30, 2014

@WhiteHouse FACT: it would be better to keep Ebola infected people out of our country

— jim reittinger (@jimreittinger) September 30, 2014

FACT: You cannot get #Ebola through the air, water, or food in the U.S. Learn more → http://t.co/Cn45X01hMf pic.twitter.com/08u3hJCxTY

— The White House (@WhiteHouse) September 30, 2014

If you like your plan you can keep your plan.

@WhiteHouse The sky is not falling

— This s My Government (@dreamcatcher5) September 30, 2014

@WhiteHouse Because I believe every word you say.

— KRenner (@KRenner2) September 30, 2014

FACT: You cannot get into the White House East Room by jumping the fence. @WhiteHouse

— Ride It Down (@Beer__Wolf) September 30, 2014

@WhiteHouse Last Month's Fact: Ebola will not come to the U.S.

— KRenner (@KRenner2) September 30, 2014

America has the best doctors and public health infrastructure in the world, and we are prepared to respond to #Ebola: http://t.co/56PQFaDtTD

— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 1, 2014

Except sometimes they amputate people’s feet just to make a quick buck.

Anyone else not really comfortable taking the White House’s word on what our health care system can and can’t do?

@WhiteHouse Then stop letting it in the damn country!

— bjb927 (@Banditcal27) October 1, 2014

@WhiteHouse I thought our healthcare needed an overhaul?

— BGregory (@B_gregory) October 1, 2014

. . but we LOST OUR PLANS, OUR DOCTORS! RT @WhiteHouse America has the best doctors and public health infrastructure in the world

— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) October 1, 2014

@WhiteHouse Too bad we're stuck with a 3rd world president.

— Richard J Sunkle (@RichardJSunkle) October 1, 2014

Third world or third rate?

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