Mr. Eric Duncan was first infected in Monrovia, Liberia on September 15th, 2014. He assisted the pregnant daughter of his landlord take a taxi ride to the hospital. The woman and her baby died from Ebola a few hours after they were refused treatment, and returned home to the building Mr. Duncan lived in. Her brother was also in the taxi and he also is dead. Nine members of the group involved with her were infected with Ebola. Three of them are now dead, the woman, her baby, and her brother. Mr. Duncan is listed in critical condition in a Dallas hospital. Mr. Duncan knew he had been exposed to Ebola, although he lied about it.
Mr. Duncan flew from Monrovia to Belgium on September 19th.
Mr. Duncan flew from Belgium to Dulles Airport in Washington, DC on September 20th. He then flew to Dallas-Fort Worth the same day.
September 24th, 2014. Mr. Duncan begins to show symptoms consistent with Ebola infection. By this time, he has spent three days in the apartment with his girlfriend and her children. He does not seek medical help on the 24th.
September 25th, 2014. Mr. Duncan is taken to the hospital, since he is vomiting and suffers from excessive bowel movements. The hospital fails to realize he has Ebola and he is released with anti-biotics to go back to the apartment complex.
September 28th, 2014. One of the daughters calls 911 and requests an ambulance to pick up Mr. Duncan. He is vomiting in the apartment, when he is taken to the ambulance, and when he is in the ambulance. He is put into isolation at the hospital.
September 30th, 2014. Mr. Duncan tests positive for Ebola.
October 4th, 2014. Mr. Duncan is classifed as critical and placed on a ventilator. He is also given an experimental drug.
The reality is Mr. Duncan exposed, potentially exposed, every single person he came into direct contact with for a period of five days. Mr. Duncan was capable of infecting people from the 24th to the 28th of September. This means he exposed every single medical worker he came into contact with on his two hospital visits. It means he exposed everybody in the Emergency Room. It means he exposed everybody who lived in the apartment, visited the apartment, or he came into contact with when he went outside. It means these people potentially exposed every single person they came into contact with. It means the three children potentially exposed any of their classmates they came into direct contact with.
I view all this and weep. The three week window from the 24th is October 14th. The three week window from the 28th is October 18th. We will only know how many people Mr. Duncan infected by then. I think it is almost certain the girlfriend and her children will test positive. The medical workers may also test positive. We are told the ambulance was used on another 37 trips after Mr. Duncan was in it. We have no idea how many people were exposed to Mr. Duncan. The CDC says direct contact was “only” 20 people. The CDC says that another 100 may have been exposed. Like I said, we will know by mid October.
The level of incompetence shown by the authorities in dealing with Mr. Duncan is staggering. The failure to restrict air travel from West Africa allowed Mr. Duncan to bring Ebola to the USA. This is a direct result of the failed, PC stupidity resulting in our wide open borders. I think there is going to be a savage populist backlash against those political, media, corporate leaders who have been shills for the so called open border policy. This is a policy that has allowed Ebola into the USA. They will eventually pay for their treason in failing to secure US borders.