Beck on Ebola: CDC Banning Citizens from Flying but Won't Ban Foreigners
Glenn Beck was on “The O’Reilly Factor,” where he weighed in on Ebola in the U.S.
Beck, who lives in Texas, told Bill O’Reilly that two of his employees live in the same apartment complex where Ebola patient Amber Joy Vinson lives. Beck said that several employees asked what should be done and whether the employees should even be at work, although they haven’t been exposed to the virus.
Beck said there’s a real danger, and that Ebola mutates with each person who gets it.
“The president should be cautious, safety first, but we’re doing political correctness first,” he said.
Beck slammed the CDC’s handling of the Ebola crisis and discussed how the CDC says people who are being monitored for Ebola can’t fly on commercial aircrafts.
“So they’re banning our citizens from flying but they won’t ban foreigners from flying into our country. It’s madness," he said.
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