Well, there is now a second person in Dallas, TX with Ebola. This time, it's a health worker who was fully covered in protective gear. The CDC has come out and said that she didn't follow protocol - but they can't quite explain what happened.
"This patient was a nurse. She was a nurse that apparently worked on the first patient, but she claims that she did nothing wrong. That she was in the suit the whole time, that there was no way they should have been exposed to this. They don't know how she was exposed," Glenn said.
But even though they don't know how she was exposed, the nurse is being criticized by the CDC for breaching protocol. How did she break protocol? They don't know. But she breached protocol.
"Geez, you want to talk -- that's like blaming the woman for rape. When you don't know, what do you say we don't blame her? What do you say we say, we don't know and until we do, we're assuming the suit doesn't work? The reason why they're not doing that is because they don't want you to panic," Glenn said.
"How long before the doctors and nurses say the CDC is out of control, they don't know what they're doing and they're not really prepared for this?" Glenn asked.
Glenn warned that the government needs to admit that it's easier to catch Ebola than they are saying, and they need to fast track the serum in San Diego that has successfully helped people recover.
"The president should be right now fast tracking that -- that serum to make sure that we can get enough of that and stop this. That serum should be in the hospitals here in America. That woman should be on that serum today. Why is she not on that serum?"
Glenn also warned that if more health workers get infected, people will be less likely to go to the hospital for fear they could catch Ebola.
"Well, if there is no cure that's being fast tracked, if she dies, and we're not putting the cure in her, what that means to people is, you get it, you die. Well, why would I go to the doctor? And so you have a fever. You're getting sick. And you think you might have it. You're going to shut your mouth. You're going the deny that you have it, because it will be a natural thing to go into a normalcy bias. No, it's just a normal cold. It's just a normal flu. I don't have the Ebola virus. And so people will stay out of those hospitals longer," Glenn said.
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