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Fox News' Eric Bolling: Maybe Our 'Fearmongering' Helped The CDC Save Lives

Fox News' Eric Bolling opined to his crew at "The Five," that if they weren't such alarmists and fearmongers, maybe there would be more outbreaks of Ebola in America.
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Eric Bolling of Fox News' "The Five" took fearmongering to a whole other level when he opined how much their alarmist and fearmongering behavior behind the Ebola virus has been a good thing for the CDC because they never would have taken the infectious disease seriously enough if they didn't.

Bolling: Can I just, may I? If we weren't, I don't know alarmists or fearmongers or whatever it is and, we kind of said, "there's a guy, some people died," would we run the risk of more happening, of more lax, clearly they were lax at the beginning, right? Cause two more people have it. And my point is by highlighting it, by talking about it a lot, do we actually help the CDC along the way fix the protocol?

I'm sure the CDC thanks them for scaring the sh*t our of Americans and tying the Ebola virus to Koran carrying terrorists and migrant children at our borders. I believe the CDC Director Thomas Frieden has sent him a card praising conservatives for their efforts to demonize the Ebola virus.

Everything good in this world is because the conservarazzi have bred fear and hatred into the American psyche on all issues they want to politicize for their own good.

Bolling should check his mail box any time now.


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