Race Baiters Jump To Blame Ebola Death On Racism While MSM Ignores The Real Reason

It begins:

Jesse Jackson Thinks “White Privilege” Led To Death Of Ebola Patient…

Surprising Absolutely No One, Jesse Jackson And Ebola Patient’s Nephew Say Racism A Factor In His Death…

Dallas County’s Dem Commissioner Blames Racism For Death Of Ebola Patient…

SJL: Death Of Ebola Patient Who Came Here Knowing He Had Virus A “Tragedy,” Hints He Was Delayed Treatment…

CNN SUGGESTS RACISM BEHIND DEATH OF DALLAS EBOLA PATIENT

Besides the obvious fact that the race card is always thrown down at every and any opportunity during an election year, what else could be going on, here?

Michelle Malkin is on it:

What was the real reason Thomas Eric Duncan was turned away when he went to the hospital for the first time? Initial headlines last week indicated that there was a   procedural flaw in the online health records system at  Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital which had led to the key miscommunication between nurses and doctors.

The facility sent Ebola victim Thomas Duncan home despite his showing signs of the disease — only to admit him with worse symptoms three days later.

Hospital officials, who came forward “in the interest of transparency,” initially blamed work-flow and information-sharing problems for the botch. “Protocols were followed by both the physician and the nurses,” the statement noted. “However, we have identified a flaw in the way the physician and nursing portions of our electronic health records interacted in this specific case.”

Mysteriously, after taking special care to get their facts straight before releasing the statement, the hospital backed off a day later. The very specific communications flaw in the medical-records software — which apparently had prevented some staff from accessing Duncan’s travel history from Liberia — suddenly disappeared.

What really happened?

Here’s what I can tell you for sure: Texas Health contracts with Epic Systems for its electronic-medical-records system — and the Dallas hospital isn’t the only client that has complained about its costly information-sharing flaws and interoperability failures.

Epic was founded by billionaire Judy Faulkner, a top Obama donor whose company is the dominant EMR player in the U.S. health-care market. As I reported last year, Epic employees donated nearly $1 million to political parties and candidates between 1995 and 2012 — 82 percent of it to Democrats. The company’s top ten PAC recipients are all Democratic or left-wing outfits, from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (nearly $230,000) to the DNC Services Corporation (nearly $175,000) and the America’s Families First Action Fund super PAC ($150,000).

Faulkner, an influential Obama campaign-finance bundler, served as an adviser to David Blumenthal. He’s the White House health-information-technology guru in charge of dispensing the federal electronic-medical-records subsidies that Faulkner pushed President Obama to adopt. Faulkner also served on the same committee Blumenthal chaired.

Cozy arrangement, that.

Speaking of cozy arrangements – Malkin notes that Epic got billions in federal subsidies under the 2009 Obama stimulus package.

Read the whole thing, here.  You can blame this fiasco on an inept Obama-friendly company that would probably have gone belly up by now if not for the cozy arrangement it has with the government.

As usual, the truth is being suppressed while a toxic left-wing narrative is being allowed to take root.

Now that a sheriff’s deputy is showing “signs and symptoms of Ebola” after spending a half an hour in Duncan’s apartment, I wonder if Jesse Jackson will have anything to say on his behalf?

First responders have transported a Dallas County Sheriff’s deputy to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to be monitored as a possible second case of Ebola.

The patient, Michael Monnig, was transported from a Frisco Care Now facility where he was complaining of “stomach issues,” according to sources.

According to CBS 11’s Andrea Lucia, Monnig’s children said he woke up this morning feeling sore and a little nauseated.  He went to clinic as a precaution.

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Monning was not one of the 48 people being monitored by federal, state and local health officials because he never had direct contact with the patient.  Monnig did enter the apartment where Duncan stayed after Duncan had been admitted to the hospital.

“He was in the apartment for 30 minutes, which we were told is no chance to contact the virus,” said Logan.

“We were told – we were told…”

 

  The clinic reported that he was “exhibiting signs and symptoms of Ebola.”

Linked by Doug Ross, thanks!

4 thoughts on “Race Baiters Jump To Blame Ebola Death On Racism While MSM Ignores The Real Reason

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  3. Ebola in USA – I Agree with Judge Jeanine Pirro about what to do!

    Help Do Something – Sign the Petition Now! And Spread the Word Not The Virus!

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    The 1918 Flu Virus Pandemic infected over 500 million people across the world, including the USA, remote Pacific islands and the Arctic, and killed 50 to 100 million of them, that’s a 10 to 20 percent death rate.

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