Friday, October 10, 2014

Obama Helped Cover Up Secret Service Prostitution Scandal

Were the Ebola epidemic not the lead story the White House criminals would all be standing tall in front of a grand jury testifying to any one of the impeachable scandals now cascading over Obama; the entire Secret Service detail in question should be immunised, put on the hot seat and compelled to reveal the truth under threat of contempt and imprisonment    

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By Warner Todd Huston
10/09/2014

The Washington Post has a pretty revealing story today revisiting the 2012 report on the Secret Service prostitution scandal and it shows that Obama pressured investigators to ignore facts, he shielded a guilty White House staffer from prosecution, and he even punished investigators that got too close to the truth by placing them on leave.


Former Secret Service agent David Chaney
You might recall the scandal that erupted before the 2012 election. Members of the secret Service were caught with prostitutes during a presidential visit to Cartagena, Colombia. But it wasn’t just the Secret Service. Three White House staffers were also caught with prostitutes and it was this Obama covered up.

As the investigation continued early in 2012, White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler seems to have run interference shielding White House staffer Jonathan Dach, the son of a prominent Democratic donor, from prosecution because she didn’t want political fallout.


One senior administration official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive information, said Ruemmler believed it would be a “real scandal” if she had sent “a team of people to Colombia to investigate a volunteer over something that’s not a criminal act. . . . That would be insane.”

Then Obama started obstructing the investigation itself by forcing delays n the report (so he could get the election over first) and pressuring investigators to ignore the other White House staffers involved in the scandal. When they balked, Obama put the investigators on administrative leave.

But the newspaper found out the facts where the government failed to “find” the truth.

The Post reviewed copies of the hotel logs for Dach’s stay, which showed that a woman was registered to Dach’s room at 12:02 a.m. April 4 and included an attached photocopy of a woman’s ID card. Through his attorney, Dach declined to discuss these details as well.


Obama appears to be unconcerned over growing scandals
Hotel staff members in Cartagena told federal investigators that they had determined Dach was one of three guests at the Hilton who had additional overnight guests registered to their rooms, federal records reviewed by The Post show.

The other two were a military staffer stationed at the White House and another Secret Service agent.


The records reviewed by The Post list three names — one of which is redacted and identified only as a White House travel-team member. Two government officials who have seen an unredacted version separately confirmed that Dach is the travel-team member listed.

Once again we see that Obama is an abject liar and a corrupt mess.




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LaGuardia On Strike, 58% Of Americans Want To Ban Flights From W. Africa

A lowball, bogus MSM percentage: Any American in their right mind would DEMAND THE IMMEDIATE CESSATION OF ALL INCOMING INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS; Airlines will now pay the price for their greed and malevolent disregard for the spread of this virus as they bite the dust one by one - and good riddance    

RT
10/09/2014

Airplane cabin cleaning crews at New York’s LaGuardia International Airport began a 24-hour strike on Wednesday, citing, in part, possible exposure to the Ebola virus. Meanwhile, a poll found most Americans want flights banned from Ebola-ravaged areas.


Obama, CDC, airlines responsible for spread of Ebola
Around 200 Air Serv employees who work on domestic flights to LaGuardia began their strike on Wednesday evening. The group is seeking to unionize, and they said health and safety issues on the job - including exposure to blood, feces, and vomit without protective gear - are the main reasons. They are also concerned about possible exposure to the Ebola virus, which claimed its first victim in the United States on Wednesday.


“The whole country is shivering, worried about the problems of Ebola,” said Hector Figueroa, President of 32BJ Service Employees International Union, according to CBS New York.

“Airport workers are on the front line of protecting the public, to protect the public we have to protect the workers.”

Cabin cleaners per plane at LaGuardia have been reduced by up to half, and the time to clean planes has been cut down to as little as five minutes, workers said, as reported by CBS New York.

“These workers are essentially treated like the garbage that they have to handle every day,” Figueroa said. “They’re given no equipment, no tools, no training that is appropriate for the kind of challenges that we need for our airport to be safe for passengers and workers alike.”

Air Sev did not respond to a request for comment. The company brought in replacement workers during the strike, CBS New York reported.


Criminal airlines will all be bankrupted - and good riddance
In a statement, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which runs the airport, simply said all companies it works with must follow applicable laws.

“The workers are not our Port Authority employees, they are airline contract employees. 


However, the airlines and other companies that employ them are required to meet all applicable OSHA laws, as well as the terms of their leases with the Port Authority. Our permits also require all companies that do business at the airport to comply with all city, state and federal laws and regulations. Additionally, the CDC has provided airports and airlines guidance for cleaning personnel working on planes and airport facilities.”

Beginning Saturday, travelers from West African countries Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone will be stopped and probed for signs of Ebola at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Four other major US airports - including Newark Liberty International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta, and Dulles International Airport in Washington, DC - will follow with the health and travel screenings run by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and US Customs and Border Protection.

A new poll found a majority of Americans want flights banned from West African nations, where the latest Ebola outbreak is centered.

Fifty-eight percent of Americans supported the flight ban, according to a poll conducted in a collaboration between NBC News and SurveyMonkey. Twenty percent of respondents did not support a travel ban from the likes of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.


White House propagandist, serial liar Josh Earnest will be held personally responsible and accountable along with his masters for the Ebola epidemic in America and all resulting deaths

As of earlier this week, neither the World Health Organization nor the White House endorsed an all-out travel ban to the US "A travel ban is something that we’re not currently considering,” said White House press secretary Josh Earnest.

Stoking fears of an inevitable Ebola spread, Marine Corps Gen. John F. Kelly, commander of U.S. Southern Command, said this week that “the there is no way we can keep Ebola [contained] in West Africa.”

He added that while many Western Hemisphere nations can handle an Ebola outbreak, if the virus appears in Central American countries like Honduras or El Salvador, he expects many people to head north for the US.


Satanic CDC ghouls continue to downplay threat of Ebola spread in U.S. and small wonder - they are the facilitators and enablers of virus importation into the United States and other countries

“If it breaks out, it’s literally, ‘Katie bar the door,’ and there will be mass migration into the United States,”Kelly said. “They will run away from Ebola, or if they suspect they are infected, they will try to get to the United States for treatment.”

Interestingly, by a 2-to-1 margin, respondents to the NBC survey said they were against offering US military personnel to help mitigate the spread and severity Ebola overseas.

The Pentagon is planning to send thousands of troops to West Africa in the coming weeks to aid relief efforts in the region.


CNN continues to downplay airline importation of Ebola into U.S. in order to protect airline profits, viability and will be held responsible and accountable for the epidemic along with their individual fraud, corporate hack "reporters" 

The NBC survey also found that 51 percent of respondents feared an outbreak in the US, and 30 percent were concerned they or a family member would be exposed to Ebola.

Seventy-two percent of respondents could accurately identify how Ebola is spread, through body fluids.

Sixty-six percent of those surveyed said they had confidence that the CDC could prevent an outbreak in the US; 62 percent said the same about their area health departments regarding an outbreak on the state level.

The Ebola outbreak has killed well over 3,000 people in West Africa, according to the World Health Organization. Though the WHO also says that is a conservative estimate of the fatalities so far. Several thousand more have been infected by the virus, the agency says.



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Ebola Fight In Liberia Ramps Up As U.S. Sends Marines

THIS deployment is not the mission of the United States Marine Corps; if anything, Marine units should be recalled to the U.S. to decisively close the borders and assist in dealing with the outbreak in AMERICA     
CBC NEWS VIA AP
10/08/2014

The U.S. military was ramping up its aid efforts in Ebola-wracked Liberia on Thursday, even as yet another doctor working in the country died after becoming infected.


"Two different flights of MV-22 Osprey and KC-130 aircraft, along with U.S. Marines, will arrive to support the whole-of-government effort to contain Ebola," U.S. Army Capt. R. Carter Langston told The Associated Press in an email. 

They were to land later Thursday at Roberts Airfield outside the Liberian capital, Monrovia.


The U.S. military is working to build medical centres in Liberia and may send up to 4,000 soldiers to help with the Ebola crisis. Medical workers and beds for Ebola patients are sorely lacking, particularly in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

Liberia and Sierra Leone only have enough beds to meet about 21 per cent and 26 per cent of their needs, the World Health Organization said Wednesday. British troops have arrived in Sierra Leone to start building more treatment centres and basic clinics.

A Ugandan-born naturalized Liberian doctor, John Taban Dada, died of Ebola at a treatment centre on the outskirts of Monrovia early Thursday, health officials have confirmed. Assistant Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah said the gynecologist and surgeon will be immediately buried Thursday in accordance with policy about the quick interment of victims.

Dr. Dada served as the medical director of the Redemption Hospital in Monrovia from 2008 to 2013 before moving on to take up a new assignment at the country's largest John F. Kennedy Memorial Center, according to authorities at the Redemption Hospital.

His death brings to four the number doctors who have died in Liberia since the outbreak. Over ninety health workers including nurses and physician's assistants have also died from the outbreak.

Dr. Atai Omoruto, a Ugandan doctor heading the newest Ebola treatment centre at what used to be Island Clinic in the western suburbs of the city, expressed shock at the death of Dada, a very quiet and dedicated man.



"I didn't know he has passed on; it is really unfortunate that we're still losing so many health workers," she told AP.

"This Ebola really … it has come for the health workers," she said, "Because right now at Island Clinic we have almost 10 health workers admitted including doctors from JFK and laboratory technicians and nurses."

There was also concern in Spain, where the first person known to have caught the disease outside the outbreak zone in West Africa became sick.

The assistant director of Madrid's Carlos III hospital where a Spanish nursing assistant diagnosed with Ebola is being treated said Thursday the patient's condition has deteriorated.

Yoland Fuentes said the patient, nursing assistant Teresa Romero, had asked for details of her condition not to be release and doctors could not give further information

Two doctors who treated her have been admitted to a Madrid hospital for precautionary observation, bringing to six the number being monitored at the centre, health officials said Thursday.

A spokeswoman for the Carlos III hospital said neither of the doctors, nor the woman's husband — who is also under observation — has shown Ebola symptoms.

The doctors tended Romero before she was diagnosed as having Ebola on Monday. Two other nurses in quarantine are awaiting tests for the virus.

Romero is the first person known to have caught the disease outside the outbreak zone in West Africa.

Around the world, health authorities scrambled to respond to the disease.



In Washington, White House announced yesterday that an extra level of screening at major U.S. airports will reach more than nine of 10 people travelling to the U.S. from Ebola-affected countries in West Africa.

In Spain, doctors said they may have figured out how a nurse became the first person infected outside of West Africa in this outbreak. Teresa Romero said she remembered once touching her face with her glove after leaving the quarantine room where an Ebola victim was being treated. Romero's condition was stable.

A social media campaign and a protest by Spanish animal rights activists failed to save Romero's dog, Excalibur. The pet was euthanized under court order out of fear it might harbour the Ebola virus.

In Sierra Leone, burial teams returned to their work of picking up the bodies of Ebola victims, after a one-day strike to demand overdue hazard pay.

Health workers in neighbouring Liberia also were threatening a strike if their demands for more money and personal protective gear were not met by the end of the week. The average health worker salary is below $500 per month, even for the most highly trained staff.

The World Bank estimated that the economic toll of the largest Ebola outbreak in history could reach $32.6 billion if the disease continues to spread through next year.

In Germany, a man infected in Liberia arrived Thursday at a hospital in Germany for treatment — the third Ebola patient to be flown to the country. The St. Georg Hospital in Leipzig said the man, who works for the United Nations in Liberia and whose name wasn't given, will be treated in a special isolation unit.

A Ugandan doctor who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone is currently being treated at a hospital in Frankfurt. A Senegalese scientist who was infected while working for the World Health Organization in Sierra Leone, has recovered and was discharged last week from a hospital in Hamburg.

The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, Thomas Eric Duncan, died Wednesday in Dallas. Five major U.S. airports plan to try to catch any travellers from Ebola-ravaged countries who may be carrying the disease by checking their temperatures on arrival.

The disease has killed at least 3,800 people in West Africa with no signs of abating. On Thursday, the presidents of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, the countries hardest hit in the outbreak, were appealing to the World Bank for more help for their nations.

"What we're paying for now is our failure to have invested in those countries before," said Francisco Ferreira, the World Bank's chief economist for Africa. They had only minimal health facilities even before Ebola hit.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry made a plea Wednesday for more nations to contribute to the fight against Ebola, saying the international effort was $300 million short of what's needed. He said nations need to step up quickly with a wide range of support, from doctors and mobile medical labs to basic humanitarian aid such as food.




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