An investigation by Fox News journalist Sharyl Attkisson has uncovered further information pointing to a massive Ebola coverup by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
According to Attkisson, a CDC representative answering questions on potential Ebola cases admitted that the agency has refused to update their website with current information.
“I called CDC not long ago and I said how many cases are being monitored in the United States and they said 1,400. I said, ‘Where are these updates on your website?’” Attkisson said. “They said they’re not putting it on the web. This is public information we have a right to know and the media should not hype it, but should cover it.”
Attkisson also noted the connection between the drop in Ebola coverage and President Obama’s appointment of Ron Klain, the “Ebola Czar.”
The statement comes as no surprise given anadmission in Forbes last November that major media outlets had agreed to not report on potential cases for the federal government.
“The Associated Press and other press outlets have agreed not to report on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States until a positive viral RNA test is completed,” the article said.
More than two months ago in an exclusive interview on the Alex Jones Show, Doctor James Lawrenzirevealed that potential Ebola patients were being “disappeared” from hospitals in Missouri in an attempt to hide the severity of the outbreak.
Dr. Lawrenzi highlighted a specific case in which a person returning from Africa was seen “bleeding out of every orifice” before being taken from the hospital without notice.
“These patients are disappearing, they’re doing something with the patients and God knows where they’re going,” he said.
Other doctors speaking exclusively with Infowars last November also warned of an active coverup at their hospitals as well.
Former Border Patrol Agent Zach Taylor revealed to Infowars last October that the Department of Homeland Security and CDC were also disappearing potential Ebola victims as they attempted to cross the Untied State’s southern border.
“The agents are telling us that they’re seeing some people who are obviously sick, with shivering type illnesses, with possible dehydrating illnesses like diarrhea and vomiting,” Taylor said. “Those people are disappearing, we don’t know what they have, where they’re going, where they’re taking them – surely they’re being quarantined somewhere we just don’t know where and even the agents don’t know what the diagnosis is of these illnesses.”
As the government publicly downplayed the spread of Ebola, more than 250,000 Hazmat suits were sent to Dallas as the CDC purchased over 1.4 million surgical gowns and as many as 10,000 body bags.
Attkisson’s revelation solidifies concerns among countless Americans that the Ebola outbreak could be far from over.