African media focuses on Trump’s corrupt CDC chief who said that water was enough to stop Ebola. Is the USA really prepared?

From Modern Ghana

Ex-CDC head, Dr. Brenda Fiztgerald bows in shame when her corruption came to light. Time will when the CDC and WHO will be exposed for allowing the US government to test Aids and Ebola bio-weapons in Africa

She has to resign as head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC in shame after corruption with shares of the ‘Tabacco industry’ is exposed.

In fact, Fitzgerald, a former major in the U.S. Air Force and a one-time president of the Georgia OB-GYN Society, also purchased stocks of pharmaceutical titans like Merck and Bayer even after being named CDC Director.

The same way one day, unexpectedly, the whole world, (the poor and the rich, the healthy and handicap, illiterates, and scholars) with one voice, the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization will be exposed for their roles in Aids and Ebola man-made diseases in Africa.

Tom Frieden, heading a corrupt CDC institute, faces disclosures of cozy corporate alliances. A group of more than a dozen senior CDC scientists has reportedly lodged an ethics complaint alleging the federal agency is being influenced by pharmaceutical and political interests in ways that shortchange taxpayers.

A group calling itself CDC Scientists Preserving Integrity, Diligence and Ethics in Research (CDC SPIDER), put a list of complaints in writing in a letter to CDC Chief of Staff and provided a copy of the letter to the public watchdog organization US Right to Know (USRTK). The members of the group have elected to file the complaint anonymously for fear of retribution.

Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, also commissioner of the state Department of Public Health Georgia, together with Governor Deal and several other medical officials stated during the late Ebola crisis: “The U.S.A. and Georgia are prepared to respond to the Ebola virus.”

“The overall conclusion is that; “We are in pretty good shape here in Georgia. The most comforting thing is that water kills the Ebola virus. Moreover, water can kill Ebola in a petri dish.”

I’ve never heard that water can kill Ebola in a petri dish before. I thought it was something that (Ebola)was so contagious there wasn’t much you could do to prevent it or anything else, so her advice mainly must have been ‘wash your hands against Ebola.

But if so, then which ingredient within the water kills Ebola and could this ingredient be used as a cure against the virus?

Immediately after this statement of Fitzgerald about the deadly virus, Dr. Ford Vox, a Shepherd Center physician and outspoken critic of the governor, said; “Deal’s argument doesn’t hold water and that Deal shouldn’t give the public the impression that Ebola bows to good old H20.

Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald was very outspoken and several times she pointed to World Health Organization guidelines that said washing hands with soap and water can help prevent contamination, and pointed to media reports that showed Ebola can only survive a few minutes in water.

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