There are groups who are setting up local response teams.
“Oath Keepers Community Preparedness Teams. Localized response by knowledgeable citizens within their own towns, counties and states. Frankly, the government has proven it will only get in the way, and make matters worse.”
They want to help victims not SWAT team them.
The Ebola Situation: From Common Sense to Chaos
While reading the CNN article, something caught my eye. I saw it three times within the article and found it quite disturbing.
A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned to New York from West Africa has tested positive for the Ebola virus, a law enforcement official briefed on the matter told CNN.
Investigators took the case seriously from the outset because it appeared the doctor didn’t quarantine himself following his return, the law enforcement official said
The law enforcement official said the doctor was out in public. Authorities also quarantined his girlfriend, with whom he was spending time since his return from Africa.
…After reading that article, what I’m more worried about is that law enforcement has stepped in…
…Mixing law enforcement and health care doesn’t seem to have such great outcomes. So why are law enforcements joining the Ebola situation? How’d they get involved?
If you think medical technicians, nurses, doctors, maybe the fire department, makes more sense than sending armed cops to deal with sick people who need help, follow the link to read the rest of the article…
Then find out what preparation is taking place locally and push for medical personnel over armed SWAT teams to help these people who have committed no crimes. They are sick. They deserve better than a police state response.