WASHINGTON, October 12, 2014 – This is a question that has been raging throughout some (conservative) blogosphere. Liberals want to scoff at the idea but it is a question that should be asked.
In the law, there are two types of evidence, direct and circumstantial. Direct evidence is evidence that directly indicates a fact. That kind of evidence includes such things as confessions.
Confessions like Barack Obama admitting he wants Ebola in America.
That confession does not exit. Or if it does exist, it is locked up somewhere right next to Lois Lerner’s emails at the IRS.
Circumstantial evidence is evidence that does not directly prove something but proves facts that lead to a specific conclusion.
The facts lead to only one conclusion.
Ebola could have been kept out of the country. The Obama Administration could have ordered intense screening of people coming in from nations where Ebola is raging. There is no screening.
Reporters from CNN and NBC returned from the hotzone and guess what? There was no screening. An NBC cameraman was exposed but there was no screening.
According to the Washington Examiner, 200,000 people from Ebola countries have Visas to enter the United States. None of those have been cancelled.
Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian national who came to America with Ebola and died, had a visa to come into this nation. According to multiple witness reports when he believed he had become infected, all he cared about was getting to America.
He lied on several medical disclosure forms.
Now he is dead from Ebola and a nurse on his care team now has Ebola.
In case people have forgotten, it was just months ago Obama was promising Ebola would not come to America.
Now, little is being done to stop it. There is no significant airport screenings, no interruption of flights from Ebola nations. There is nothing done to stop someone with Ebola from crossing the border illegally.
The left reflexively defends Obama. It does not matter what he does or does not do, they automatically, without thinking, go into attack mode against anyone who suggests Obama isn’t helping America.
There is a simple question that can be asked. This is a question that should be asked but is not being asked.
What has Obama done to try and stop the invasion of Ebola into America?
The answer is nothing. He has not ordered the government to put barriers in place to try and make it harder for infected people to come into this nation.
He has not made a statement saying people with Ebola should not come here. He has not sealed the border. He has sent American troops into the Ebola hotzone increasing the chances an American is not only going to be infected but bring that infection back to America.
If this were simply incompetence, the Regime would have done something right. They have not.
In criminal cases, juries are told they cannot convict on circumstantial evidence unless that evidence removes every theory except the theory of guilt.
In this case, the evidence removes all other theories except the theory that Obama wants Ebola in America.