Obama must be reading some really terrible poll numbers. If it makes you feel any better they’ll be flying into Democrat strongholds.
The Obama administration will require all travelers from countries affected by the Ebola epidemic to arrive at one of five major U.S. airports in order to undergo a health screening, officials announced Tuesday.
The move by the Department of Homeland Security comes as lawmakers call for the government to take additional steps to ensure no one carries Ebola into the United States.
The administration had previously instituted special Ebola screenings at five airports: Washington Dulles, Chicago O’Hare, New York John F. Kennedy, Newark New Jersey and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson.
Now, people arriving from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone will be required to travel through one of those ports-of-entry to ensure they undergo a health screening. The policy will take effect on Wednesday.
So instead of undergoing a health screening in their native countries, they’ll fly here for an exam. Great.