President Barack Obama Sued Over Ebola Epidemic
Larry Klayman, a former U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor and founder of Freedom Watch, announced Tuesday that he has personally filed a lawsuit against President Barack Hussein Obama and those in his administration.
They include the director of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), who are recklessly exposing the American people to the deadly Ebola virus and thus furthering a national epidemic. The case number is 14-1704, according to Klayman.
While President Obama said that the country’s public health infrastructure is well-prepared to prevent an Ebola outbreak in the United States, Klayman believes that Obama has opened the door to Ebola infected visitors and immigrants from Liberia and West Africa, when all travel from these affected nations should have simply been shut down.
Other western nations have banned travel outright to protect their citizens. Obama, however, feeling obvious kinship to Africa, has simply put into effect an ineffective screening procedure, and done so only at 5 American airports, including the Newark airport, said Klayman.
He says this amounts to a reckless plan to open the door not just to his infected fellow Africans, but also American Muslim ISIS suicide terrorists who would intentionally infect themselves with the deadly disease and thus have it spread wildly throughout the United States.
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As a result, Obama and the other defendants, including the director of the CDC, were sued, in part, under anti-terrorism laws, for in effect furthering acts of terrorism.
The 28-page complaint also alleges civil rights violations for reverse discrimination and other causes of action.
Klayman says he has standing to sue as last Wednesday, he was on “information and belief” exposed to the Ebola virus while passing through Newark airport on the way to Europe.
As disclosed for the first time by the CDC at its press conference while Klayman was already on a plane bound for Newark airport for a change of planes to Switzerland, over 150 travelers from Liberia and West Africa pass through Newark airport each day.
The lawsuit was filed in the federal court in Washington, D.C. (14-1704).
Klayman said, “Someone has to have the guts to take on Obama and his CDC yes-men and use the courts to stop this deadly outrage threatening the lives of all Americans. I trust that we will find a judge who also has the guts to enjoin this attack on our citizens which could ultimately dwarf the tragedy of September 11.”
In 2004, Larry Klayman ran for the U.S. Senate as a Republican in Florida’s primary. After the race ended, he founded the political advocacy group Freedom Watch. He has been credited as being the inspiration for the Tea Party movement.
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