Obama Refuses to Appoint 'Ebola Czar'
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Oct 14, 2014, 12:12 AM

Is President Barry Obama now waging a war on Americans? He is refusing to appoint an 'Ebola Czar,' to protect U.S. citizens from succumbing to the contagious and fatal illness.

NewsMax reports that, "The Obama administration has said it will not name an Ebola "czar" despite Republican pleas to do so. Arizona Sen. John McCain has joined a growing list of Republicans calling for the White House to charge someone with overseeing the outbreak of the deadly virus in the U.S. before it gets any worse."

Nevertheless, Obama has launched a new marketing campaign called, 'Think Ebola,' as the so-called cure.

According to NewsMax, "Currently, President Barack Obama's top homeland security adviser, Lisa Monaco, is serving in that role. A senior administration official told CNN there were no plans to bring in someone else."

The White House continues to insist that Americans are not at risk of contacting Ebola.

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