Sep 04, 2015

Scientific Evidence Proves Ebola Is Airborne and Our Liberian Bound Troops Are Walking Into a Death Trap | RedFlag News

(by Dave Hodges, InvestmentWatch) -- On the surface, the Presidential order to send 3,000 military personnel to Ebola-ridden is nothing but sheer lunacy. This 3 day old order have left people scratching their heads  and wondering if Obama has lost his mind. This article will shed light on the fact that Obama is acting with depraved indifference and the evidence is clear, Ebola is much...

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