|I don't fear an illness or a terrorist. I fear the Boys in Blue whenever they kill another unarmed citizen.|
The controversial weekend agitator makes her stand on two controversies I've chose to avoid.
Melissa Harris-Perry is no stranger to controversy. The Tulane University cultural professor and Obama News agitator has attracted the racist right's attention once again. She invokes Ferguson and Beavercreek in her statement to the overwhelming coverage of these two controversies.
As an avid supporter of women's rights and the Black experience, she makes it clear, that she fears only one thing in this world: "A Trigger Happy Police Officer!"
“I feel much more terror every time I see blue lights than when I think about Ebola or ISIS. It feels to me…please God don’t make me have to interact here. These videos feel like there’s nothing that makes you safe.”
Of course her competition over at Loserville and the racist right grabbed that bone. Immediately Jim Hoft of The Puke On Gateway took offense to the MHP's freedom of speech. He called her an idiot.
And of course, you have the Black righties thinking that Obama News is the undisputed champion of race baiting.
Me personally, I somewhat agree with her. I don't worry about illness or an extremist group.
I don't fear death by a disease of a callous murderer masquerading as a martyr.
|Thomas Eric Duncan died of Ebola this month in the United States|
The conservative agitators are hoping the Republicans win back control of Congress on the merits of the issues with Islamic State, Ebola and the rioting by Ferguson, Missouri residents.
On the issue of Ebola, there's a man from Liberia who traveled to the United States to meet his fiance. He had the contiguous virus and was diagnosed after a few days.
He was in the hospital at first, but they've sent him home after believing it's a mild illness.
Thomas Eric Duncan died on October 8 after doctors failed to treat his Ebola infection.
Duncan, who had been visiting family in Dallas, was treated at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. By October 4, Duncan's condition had deteriorated from "serious but stable" to "critical."
On October 8, Duncan died of Ebola virus disease.
Two health care workers became infected with Ebola virus, 26-year-old nurse Nina Pham and 29-year-old nurse Amber Vinson, both of whom had taken care of him at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital.
Duncan was from Monrovia, Liberia, a country among those hardest hit by the Ebola virus epidemic. Duncan worked as a personal driver for the general manager of Safeway Cargo, a FedEx contractor in Liberia.
According to manager Henry Brunson, Duncan abruptly quit his job on September 4, 2014, giving no reason. Brunson added he knew Duncan had family in the United States, and that Duncan's sister had come from the U.S. to visit him in the weeks before he quit.
Duncan was traveling on a visa when he made his first trip to the U.S. to reunite with his estranged teenage son and the boy's mother, Louise Troh, who had been his girlfriend in Liberia.
|Two American women doing their jobs as health care professionals caught the virus.|
The agitators released these names to very strong criticism of the nurses and the man who traveled to the United States with the virus.
Rest assured that these young women and that man gotten death threats due to the agitators releasing their names.
We here at Journal de la Reyna send our condolences to Thomas Eric Duncan, the families who were lost in the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone, Senegal, Liberia, Nigeria, Guinea, and Spain.
We wish well recovery to all those infected by this dangerous disease. That includes those who weren't named, Nina Pham and Amber Vinson.
Ratface Mark Levin takes his got to be grumpy old asshole pill.