Rand Paul isn’t the only one right-winger losing it over the fourth patient discovered with Ebola and spreading misinformation. After all, what fun would it be if only one of the board certified histrionic right-wing whackjobs jumped in?
First, Ted Cruz’ chief of staff went so far as to connect Ebola in the United States to Obamacare, pointing out that there had never been a case of Ebola in the United States before Obamacare was passed. He makes a very good point, but I’d also like to note that there had never been a confirmed case of Ebola in the United States prior to Ted Cruz serving in Senate, either.
We report, you decide.
Then, Newt Gingrich joined, doing what republicans do best: blaming the government for all their problems.
Gingrich was joined by Donald J. Trump (and the muskrat he wears on his head). For Trump, it’s pathological; he mentioned Obama in every single Ebola post he made:
Congresscritter Dennis Ross had a few choice words for the Obama administration, as well:
Other twitter users expressed similar sentiments:
It’s all part of Obama’s nefarious plan to, uh. . . it’s all his fault because Fox said so.
There’s a doctor sick with Ebola? That’s an impeachable offense!
He even handed the virus a permission slip; Infowars has pics.
There’s a virus in the country, ergo, Obama belongs in prison; can’t argue with that logic. For a guy who thinks that truth is the Kryptonite for liberalism, he sure isn’t very familiar with how it works.
And the cavalcade of stupid continues on into the sunset. They don’t care about Ebola. They’re just looking for one more thing they can criticize the Obama administration over.