In what may be a case of the internet being at one with the universe, the world wide web’s Yin and Yang has been maintained following the incoming Ebola Czar’s name and biography being removed from the official website of a liberal think tank, but a D-Lister rapper almost simultaneously took to the ‘net to hawk a disposable face mask sporting his image in his one man crusade against the Ebola virus. As reported by The Washington Free Beacon on Oct. 20, 2014, Barack Obama’s newly appointed Ebola czar Ron Klain found the vital stats noting him as a trustee on the decidedly left-of-center the Third Way’s official website to be deleted.
“There is no indication that the sickness has become ‘airborne’ …”
With the first case of the Ebola virus diagnosed in the United States, as reported by the Washington Post on Sept. 30, 2014, the little personal information on the patient that has been released is that he arrived in the Dallas-Fort Worth area on Sept. 20 from the West African country of Liberia. Due to privacy laws, the yet to be publicly identified male is undergoing intensive care treatment at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas. The hospital is also observing a strict isolation protocol while the medical staff attempts to keep the strain isolated from the general public.