Preparations Quietly Made to Screen for Ebola at US Airports

The job “EMT, Ebola Airport Screener” has a very straightforward job description: “To screen passengers that have traveled back from Ebola-affected nations. This will include checking vital signs, temperature and having passengers fill out questionnaires. This will include tracking and reporting all recovered results.”


See also:

Ebola Continues to Spread in Congo, Stoking Regional Tension.

15 Comments on Preparations Quietly Made to Screen for Ebola at US Airports

  1. I am currently working for a private investigator investigating felonies, fraud and sex crimes committed by Bill and Hillary Clinton – so a gig as an Ebola screener actually seems like a safer career move for me.

  2. Ebola can be sexually transmitted for months,
    possibly even years, after exposure.
    They know it. They just don’t know the time limit.
    Isn’t that a comfort?

  3. They’ve been using no-contact temperature scans for the past year or so.

    “Ebola – Not Just For Africa Any More.”

  4. If they have a ebola victim on board shedding then the whole passenger list is likely infected. How about screening in Africa before they get here.

  5. That job sounds about as fun as they guys on the receiving end of those Colagard test kits. Nothing like open boxes of poop for 8 hours a day.

  6. So this is an open admission that containing deadly diseases in the originating country is no longer a viable (or more likely a desirable) goal!
    Look into the Gates Foundation goals of lowering the overall world population. Then look into Thanos goals from the movie Avengers: Infinity War & also Endgame (movies are now nothing more than an extension of the true desires of the left, just as The Hunt is a liberal wet dream).
    You are expendable and they won’t shed one tear for your absence.
    Now apply that concept to understand every left-wing agenda:

  7. I bought a boatload of anti-Ebola supplies back in 2014 during disgraced ex-Prez Obola’s reign of terror. Tyvek Suits, Masks (the good kind), goggles, Vitrile(sp?) gloves.


    To have a good idea where we’d be right now pandemic-wise if Killary had successfully stolen the election, read John RIngo’s novel “The Last Centurion”

  8. Why bother? They’ll still release them here instead of sending them back, and has been pointed out earlier, others who traveled with them will already be infected, but it’s too soon for them to test positive, so they will also be sent out to spread the virus.

  9. #*Menotu, knowledge is worth looking for.
    The internet is a source for informative information, if it is wanted.

    Ebola Virus: The Global Elite’s Bio-Weapon Scheme for 90 Percent Depopulation
    TOPICS:Susanne Posel
    SEPTEMBER 5, 2012

    US Army withheld promise from Germany that Ebola virus wouldn’t be weaponized
    Published time: 20 Oct, 2014 17:17
    “The United States has withheld assurances from Germany that the Ebola virus – among other related diseases – would not be weaponized in the event of Germany exporting it to the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases.
    German MFA Deputy Head of Division for Export Control Markus Klinger provided a paper to the US consulate’s Economics Office (Econoff), “seeking additional assurances related to a proposed export of extremely dangerous pathogens.”

    Germany subsequently made two follow-up requests and clarifications to the Army, according to the unclassified Wikileaks cable.

    “This matter concerns the complete genome of viruses such as the Zaire Ebola virus, the Lake Victoria Marburg virus, the Machupo virus and the Lassa virus, which are absolutely among the most dangerous pathogens in the world,” the request notes.

    The Zaire Ebola virus was the same strain of Ebola virus which has been rampaging through West Africa in recent months.

    “The delivery would place the recipient in the position of being able to create replicating recombinant infectious species of these viruses,” the cable notes.
    [ ]
    However, it also points out that Germany has in place an “exceptionally restrictive policy,” adding that approval would not be granted to the export until US assurance was provided. ”

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