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Typhoid Nancy Is The Problem


Council Member
Did you notice that Typhoid Nancy has been unusually silent about importing Ebola and enterovirus. I never heard that Pelosi showed up at any airport to greet suspected Ebola carriers into the country, but she was down at the border welcoming a disease that is already killing American children:

So far, that virus has been found in nine American kids who died from illness, has apparently inflicted unprecedented polio-like paralysis in roughly 50 kids, and has put hundreds of young American kids into hospital emergency wards and intensive care units throughout more than 40 states.

The Hidden Outbreak
Obama's Border Policy Has Fueled Deadly Epidemic, Evidence Shows
US | Neil Munro

If a disease could speak for itself it would sound like this:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi asked her fellow Democrats to keep her on as their leader in the new Congress next year, saying she still has unfinished goals she wants to accomplish.

She said the chief message she took from Tuesday’s election, which saw Democrats eviscerated at all levels, is that voter suppression was a problem.​

Question: Exactly how is this voter suppression?

In Typhoid Nancy’s world a lack of US citizenship is the main obstacle to broadening the universe of the electorate; i.e., the Democrat base:

Only by changing our political environment and broadening the universe of the electorate can we build a strong sense of community and an economy that works for everyone,” she said.

Pelosi vows to stay on as leader
By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 5, 2014

1. Strong sense of community means an out of control federal government.

2. An economy that works for everyone means an economy that works for the parasite class only.


Wow, you really are trying to stretch the fabric of reality. Enteroviruses are common, and Enterovirus D68 is nothing new. For most people the symptoms are nothing more than the common cold. To try to compare an enterovirus with Ebola is just plain ridiculous.