Tin Foil Hat Tuesday

Why cats hate their owners

Item 1:

Game 3 of ALCS postponed by rain

Game 3 of the ALCS between the Royals and Orioles has been postponed due to rain, Major League Baseball announced Monday afternoon. It has been raining in Kansas City all day and is expected to continue all the way through to Tuesday morning.

Item 2:

At the Vatican, a Shift in Tone Toward Gays and Divorce

In a marked shift in tone likely to be discussed in parishes around the world, an assembly of Roman Catholic bishops convened by Pope Francis at the Vatican released a preliminary document on Monday calling for the church to welcome and accept gay people, unmarried couples and those who have divorced, as well as the children of these less traditional families.

Item 3:


Geraldo Rivera Posts Another Shirtless Selfie, Didn’t Learn His Lesson With First Topless Pic!

Geraldo Rivera’s shirtless selfies are back!
The 71-year-old journalist and TV personality tweeted a half-naked gem Sunday, showcasing his surprisingly buff bod with a body of water in the background!

Item 4:

North Korea leader Kim Jong-un ‘appears in public’

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made his first public appearance since 3 September, the country’s official news agency says.

The KCNA agency said on Tuesday that Mr Kim “gave field guidance” at a newly built scientists’ residential district.

Rodong Sinmun daily newspaper carried several photographs of Mr Kim using a walking stick as he inspected the site.

Item 5:

Parrot Missing for Years Returns Speaking Spanish

A pet parrot that spoke with a British accent when it disappeared from its home four years ago has been reunited with its owner — and the bird now speaks Spanish.

Item 6:

Magnitude 7.4 offshore quake hits Central America

A magnitude 7.4 underwater earthquake off the Pacific coast of El Salvador shook several Central American countries late Monday.

Am I the only one who sees the connection here???


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  1. votermom says:

    Aaaaaggghhhh that pumpkin man!!!!!

  2. The Klown says:

    Item 7:

    Amanda Bynes’ Psychiatric Hold Extended For Another Two Weeks

    Amanda Bynes’ involuntary psychiatric hold was extended for an additional 14 days today after her parents reportedly partnered with troubled-child-star-whisperer Sam Lutfi to trick her into returning to Los Angeles.

    She knows too much. Of course they keep her locked up.

  3. driguana says:

    Yes, you are the only one that sees the connection here. That’s why we have you.

    • Lulu says:

      I thought I was the only clueless one. I thought I was having another WTH morning. Thanks for making me feel better about myself.

      • Somebody says:

        Let me try……Geraldo and the pumpkin man are gay lovers on the down low. Pumpkin man is an illegal from El Salvador, speaks Spanish, steals parrots and is a KC Royals fan. Geraldo and pumpkin man are in Europe touring Rome and Vatican city, after having attended George Clooney’s wedding in Venice. Perhaps their presence weighed heavily on the Pope and Bishops??? They did after all dine with several of them, how could they resist a room full of men?

        Their trip has been nice but they must now head back……..family and work responsibilites are calling. Pumpkin man must head to Scotland to check on his distant cousin who had a leech crawl up her nose while hiking in Vietnam. Once he’s assured his cousin is doing OK he’ll then head back to CA to his job. Pumpkin man works at a mental health hospital in So Cal. Geraldo must head to NK, he’s just been granted an exclusive interview with Kim Jung Un. Kim Jung Un is a Baltimore Orioles fan, who knew.

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  4. votermom says:

    Ugh, it looks like they might be doing a Vatican III.
    It tooks decades to recover from the damage that Vatican II wrought.

  5. driguana says:

    Susan Rice is our national security adviser??? Says a lot about our security! What’s this, her 4th major lie on national TV?? Good grief.

  6. angienc says:

    Oh, look the media is wishcasting on Pope Francis again, trying to pretend that the old “love the sinner, not the sin” is *new* or in some way pro-gay marriage & divorce.

    CWR: In what way is information about what is happening in the Synod being either manipulated or only partially reported and made public?

    Cardinal Burke: The interventions of the individual Synod Fathers are not made available to the public, as has been the case in the past. All of the information regarding the Synod is controlled by the General Secretariat of the Synod which clearly has favored from the beginning the positions expressed in the Relatio post disceptationem of yesterday morning.

    While the individual interventions of the Synod Fathers are not published, yesterday’s Relatio, which is merely a discussion document, was published immediately and, I am told, even broadcast live. You do not have to be a rocket scientist to see the approach at work, which is certainly not of the Church. …

    While the document in question (Relatio post disceptationem) purports to report only the discussion which took place among the Synod Fathers, it, in fact, advances positions which many Synod Fathers do not accept and, I would say, as faithful shepherds of the flock cannot accept. Clearly, the response to the document in the discussion which immediately followed its presentation manifested that a great number of the Synod Fathers found it objectionable.

    You can read more here: http://hotair.com/archives/2014/10/14/burke-relatio-demonstrates-manipulation-of-synod-reporting/

  7. driguana says:

    My Liberian friends indicate that the situation is getting worse, not better, especially on the political and military side. Still think that a potential vacuum on the political/military front is in large part why our troops are being sent there.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I see that in our future too. The flu season’s here, our health care providers are going to be overloaded and unions love the publicity. Chaos! Thanks Obama.

      • leslie says:

        Our nurses are going to strike on the 21st. The chaos it will create will be monumental. I’m at a state hospital that serve many – if not most – of the poor in Chicago.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Like the hospital on “ER” ? (Best doctor show ever!) That’s right before the election, with hopes Rahm and Gov.Quinn don’t use you guys for politics and the blame Republicans or something. Send the patients to Michelle Obama’s old hospital 🙂

          • leslie says:

            I think that’s where half our patients came from. And when I tell my colleagues about the role MOTUS had in the transfers, they DON’T believe me.

    • Lulu says:

      That is probably true. The social and legal structures break during an epidemic as it progresses. The aftereffects are going to be terrible. I’m not sure an army is the answer but may be the best that can be offered at this point anyway. The UN and WHO appear to be worthless and full of dullard cronies.

      • The Klown says:

        The UN and WHO appear to be worthless and full of dullard cronies.

        Unlike our own government.

        • Lulu says:

          It is the same people. They went to the same schools. They intermarry or are cousins. They are the elite self dealing ignorati. The inherited wealth families, captains of industry or finance have to find somewhere to park their dumb-ass spawn. They should be required to wear bike helmets and use sporks 24/7 so they don’t poke their eyes out.

          • Lulu says:

            This why I love the photo of Obama wearing a bike helmet riding a girls bike so much. He is just putting along without a care in the world like the perfect ignorati.

          • leslie says:

            We should send him a spork or two.
            I’ll never look at that photo of him in the same way again. (If I ever look at it again)

  8. votermom says:

    Maine Medical Center is holding a person for Ebola evaluation for 21 days.
    Also, they are using the stricter WHO protocols instead of CDC what-me-worry protocols.

    The patient under observation arrived at Maine Medical Center’s emergency room Sunday, Valenti said. The individual has been isolated, and the hospital is following policies developed by the World Health Organization, which exceed the Ebola guidance issued by the federal CDC, he said.
    MMC is limiting the number of health care workers involved in the patient’s treatment, allowing only essential staff who have been specially trained in the isolation precautions, Valenti said. Doctors and nurses interacting with the patient must wear protective apparel that exceeds federal CDC recommendations, Valenti said, including impervious suits, gloves, face protection and, in some cases, personal respirators worn inside a protective hood, he said.
    The hospital also has instituted a buddy system for when health care workers put on and later remove protective gowning, to avoid the kind of protocol breach officials suspect may have led to the infection of a Texas nurse with Ebola, he said.


    • DeniseVB says:

      My niece and her family live in Kennebunk nearby, she posted a panicky WTF? on her FB this morning. I think people in large east coast port towns (like mine!) have cause for concern because of the shipping tankers that come from the hot spot areas of the world. Not to mention our military people 😦

      Not to worry, Obama’s got a fundraiser tonight, he’s on it. 😛

      • votermom says:

        They said they will hold the patient for 21 days, so I’m guessing
        a. they think there is a strong chance the patient was exposed
        b. the patient is not showing any signs or symptoms

      • The Klown says:

        It’s not the upscale types who need to be worried. It’s the poor people who live in densely populated areas where everyone uses public transportation. Imagine someone with Ebola riding a busy subway in NYC during cold and flu season. Imagine a kid with Ebola going to a crowded public school.

      • Constance says:

        I think the freight ships are a big threat too. If they let the crew off they will rush to find sex spreading germs and if rats or mice get off they will spread whatever viruses they have among our native varmints which will somehow interact with humans and off we go on an Ebola epidemic.

    • leslie says:

      Someone may have posted this after I went to bed last night,. If so, I apologize for the duplication.
      It seems the boyfriend of the nurse currently being treated for Ebola has been quarantined now.


      • votermom says:

        The letter says the boyfriend is not exhibiting symptoms and he is being quarantined for observation.
        Though it is kinda suspicious that they are quarantining him in the hospital rather than at home, so who knows.

  9. Anybody talked to Elliesmom? I remember her saying she was going to Bermuda. There’s a Cat 3 Hurricane headed their way. I remember her mentioning it when her washer broke down but don’t remember if she said when she was going.

    • Somebody says:

      This weekend, she leaves on Friday I believe.

    • elliesmom says:

      The storm is due to hit Bermuda on Saturday, and we’re supposed to dock on Sunday. I’ve cruised during a hurricane before. They will probably keep the ship out of range until the storm passes. I doubt the trip will be cancelled unless the damage to the island is substantial, but we might have our docking delayed. We’re hoping the island is spared more for the people there than for us. While we love Bermuda, at this point we need a vacation so much, we don’t care if the ship sails in circles in Boston Harbor. Bermuda is a beautiful destination, but we choose this particular cruise because it sails from Boston. It’s a 25 minute ride to and from the docks for us. When we’ve flown somewhere to take a cruise, the flight home has always been a nightmare. So we end up more stressed than we were when we left.

      • Oh yea, I didn’t realize you were cruising. If anything, you might get a lengthy detour and a full day out at sea to enjoy all the more.

        • elliesmom says:

          Several years ago we took a cruise that departed from Miami. The hurricane made landfall there. We were out to sea in blustery winds, but everything was fine. We just couldn’t get back into port for an extra day. The cruise ship became an even bigger party barge. The nightmare was getting a flight home when we did get into port. .

      • votermom says:

        Hope you have a relaxing, uneventful cruise!

      • Lulu says:

        Have you ever cruised with a hurricane in the area before? It makes the seas rough even if you are clear of the storm itself. Anyone with any bit of motion sickness is affected. On a cruise back in the 80’s to Mexico it seemed like we were the only people on the ship eating. The noises from the cabins were terrible. Get a prescription if you have motion sickness.

        • elliesmom says:

          I’ll be fine. I’m the one who took care of the school nurse when she got seasick on a whale watch. The cruise line forum has listed the options they have, but they say it’s too soon to say what they’ll do. If the whole southern area off the coast is too rough, we’ll be going to Canada. If Bermuda is too bad, but nearer the coast is fine, we’ll be going to the Bahamas and/or Florida. If the storm is happening into Sunday, but the island will not be badly damaged, they will swap the itinerary and put the extra day at sea up first and dock in Bermuda on Monday instead of Sunday and leave Wednesday instead of Tuesday. Right now the storm is scheduled to engulf Bermuda soon enough for the bad weather to have passed by mid-day Saturday, which would keep us on schedule unless the island is badly damaged, which for the people there’s sake I hope doesn’t happen. But in any event, we’re going somewhere. 🙂

      • Ann says:

        Totally agree driving home from a cruise beats flying home. We’ve driven “home” (well to our Florida condo) several times now, and it is so simple and stress free. I like being able to pack cheap liquor in my trunk rather than leave it to the mercy of random airline personnel.

        Have a great trip!

      • DeniseVB says:

        Totally agree, even if you don’t leave Boston, it’s still a great vacation! I have a Fall Cruise from NYC on my bucket list. It’s the one that stops at all the ports in the Northeast and Canada. I should start planning now for next year.

        Safe travels !

        • Somebody says:

          Denise my sister took that cruise and loved it. She said it’s a tie between that one and the Baltic Sea cruise she took.

        • elliesmom says:

          I was staying in Bar Harbor when the QEII docked there. There were more people on the cruise ship than live in the town. I think the Canada cruise is one I would enjoy, too, although all of the ports of call are familiar spots.

  10. The Klown says:

    Renewable Energy Fails Protesters Calling for More Renewable Energy:

    The futility of the entire “green” movement in less than 2 minutes. It would have required EIGHT solar panels just to power that one device.

      • The Klown says:

        You can’t make that shit up.

        • Lulu says:

          They should have brought a manual bike pump which is the ultimate green technology. But NOOOOO. They want to sit on their ass and watch the sun do it for them through a thingie made in China of toxic chemicals.

      • leslie says:

        We have a “Green” house across the street from us. In fact the PBS station here (WTTW) has made a documentary about it. The house seems to be quite famous around these parts. I haven’t seen the film, but I know that the neighbors who back up to the rear yard complained about the noise the turbine creates and, I think, have or at least had, filed complaints with the city to have it either removed, silenced, or somehow muted. So much for the neighborhood-friendly Green Movement.

        • Lulu says:

          I know someone who put up a windmill at a lake property. It was attached to a battery bank in the house. It lasted about a month and blew down in the first thunderstorm.

        • Propertius says:

          I must admit, however, that I really like the checks the power company sends me during peak A/C season (5.2 kW rooftop solar array). I do end up paying them about $10-15/month over the winter (more if I forget to remove the snow from them). Watching an electric meter run backwards is one of life’s simple pleasures.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Ewww, does it have no-water composting toilets too?

  11. The Klown says:

    Didja know that most sports writers and local television sports reporters were never players or coaches? Now they get paid to second-guess the guys who actually play and coach.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Like Keith Olbermann’s “Derek Jeter’s NOT that great” rant ? I think KO’s sports background is collecting baseball cards as a kid.

  12. The Klown says:

    “Done. Completely. Not only Mitt and I are done, but the kids are done. Done. Done. Done.”

    – Ann Romney, quoted by the Los Angeles Times, ruling out another presidential campaign by her husband.

  13. The Klown says:

    “I bet that Dallas nurse caught Ebola just to make Obama look bad because racism.” #ThingsLiberalsSay

  14. fif says:

    Forgive if this has been posted already, but I’m ashamed that I used to like Paul Krugman. He takes Kool-Aid to a whole new level. Obama, “one of the most successful presidents in American history.”


  15. votermom says:

    This is interesting. Dr. Gupta on CNN does a demo of wearing & taking off CDC recommended protective gear.

    • The Klown says:

      The tricky part is taking off contaminated protective gear, especially if you don’t know it is contaminated.

      Putting in on is fairly easy, trying to do anything while you’re wearing it is a pain in the ass. It can be very uncomfortable just to wear for long periods. Even in cool temperatures you will sweat and the mask will fill with liquid.

      I spent years using less-complete protective gear in the army and while doing pest control.

      (Try running a couple miles while wearing a gas mask and you’ll know what I’m talking about.)

      • votermom says:

        Yeah, in the video they used chocolate syrup and he managed to contaminate himself in two spots.

        • The Klown says:

          If you were dealing with a nerve gas like Sarin there is a minimum lethal dose you have to beware of. With viruses like Ebola the minimum lethal dose is a single virus.

          Most hospital protective gear/procedures are intended to protect the patients, not the doctors and nurses.

          • The Klown says:

            With Ebola, everybody coming in contact with patients has to wear protective gear. You have to keep them separated from other patients. Everyone who enters a room used by a patient needs to be wearing protective gear, including the people who clean the room after the patient leaves. The same thing for any equipment used to treat the patient, sheets, blankets, beds, gurneys, blood pressure cuffs, chairs, etc.

            Last but not least, the people handling/disposing of potentially contaminated protective gear need to be wearing protective gear.

          • votermom says:

            With viruses like Ebola the minimum lethal dose is a single virus.

            It’s like those blood worms in The Strain.
            But microscopic & invisible.

  16. HELENK3 says:

    you would not believe my day. for weeks I have been trying to get a copy of my marriage certificate.You now need this to get a drivers license in Fla. Sent a request with two checks to cover the cost and a return address envelope. Got a reply they do not have any record of it. Ok I tried Delaware Cty where I got married. They do not have a record of it. A very nice lady named Maria went the extra mile and called Phila. She talked to someone and they found the record. She gave me the file # and now I have to send another check to Phila and get the record. In the mean time I am stuck in Fla with an expired California drivers license.
    The wonders of bureaucracy are really underwhelming

    • DeniseVB says:

      Should have told them you’re an illegal 😉 Keep copies of all your paperwork in the glove compartment just in case, at least it shows you’re trying !

      • elliesmom says:

        When we moved to Illinois, we went to get new license plates for our car. They told us to wait until January when the new plates were issued. Just to drive with our MA plates until then. We explained that before January, while our MA plates were still valid, our MA safety inspection sticker would have expired. They said so what? But, we explained, we’re going to be driving to MA for Christmas, and we promise we’ll get pulled over and ticketed. They told us it was our problem not theirs. I was able to find a bank, which is one place you could get license plates, that still had current year plates they could sell me. When I asked what would happen if I had bought a new car, they said they’d give me a note saying I had applied for plates to put in my glove compartment. That was in 1974. I don’t know if I could still drive a car in Chicago with a note saying it was OK.

        • The Klown says:

          Soldiers who took their cars back from Germany arrived in the US without any valid registration. The USAEUR registration was not legal in any state. Getting your car home without breaking any laws was problematic, unless you could afford to have it shipped.

        • leslie says:

          I don’t know about that. But I know, according to the news, we have plenty of ppl driving without insurance – seems like everyone who gets into an accident is like that.

      • HELENK3 says:

        If I were an illegal, they would give me the driver’s license, buy me a car, pay for the auto insurance and tell me to vote without ID

    • elliesmom says:

      Is it because your last name is different from your birth certificate?

      • HELENK3 says:

        yes. I brought everything but the doctor who delivered me to prove who I was but I did not have a copy of my marriage certificate.

        • elliesmom says:

          So when I applied for a passport in my married name, I used a birth certificate with my maiden name, and they didn’t ask for any proof I had legally changed my name. IOW, it’s easier to get a passport than a Florida driver’s license? Could I use my passport in my married name to get the driver’s license? If you could do that, it might me more expedient to get the passport. At least that would be good for something.

          • Somebody says:

            Yes you can use your passport in your married name as far as I know. They passed a law in FL a few years ago to crack down on illegals, so everybody has to jump through hoops the first time. If it makes you feel any better Helen all FL residents have had to go through this too. I’ve never had a DL anywhere but FL, but I still had to present all the documents the last time I renewed because of this law. Supposedly once they have all the documentation you won’t ever have to present it again.

  17. HELENK3 says:


    maybe Turkey should be considered an enemy combatant, not a friend

  18. DeniseVB says:

    😀 via iOwnTheWorld ….

  19. elliesmom says:

    On another note, I have a new washing machine. A different delivery crew. When I was signing off on it, one of the guys laughed. He said they had been warned I might be a difficult customer, but I turned out to be one of the sweetest customers ever.

    • votermom says:

      Congrats on the new washer!

      And I guess you are famous in the appliance delivery industry now, 😉

    • leslie says:

      Let us know how you like it.
      And of course you are the sweetest customer ever.

    • The Klown says:

      Some companies put a lot of effort into choosing and training salespeople on how to treat people, then little or no effort in choosing/training delivery people on customer relations. It’s even worse when they outsource customer service to India. (I’m looking at you, DirectTV!)

      One bad employee in the pipeline can spoil it for the whole company.

      • DeniseVB says:

        For years we’ve used a local mom and pop appliance store, they carry major brand appliances and do the deliveries, installation and can repair every brand they sell. We pay a tad more than the big box places, but we got so tired of dealing with appliance challenged sales people…..if we could get waited on.

        • The Klown says:

          BTW – the reason the big box retailers push the service contract is they are high margin. That means they aren’t a good bet for the buyers.

          • 1539days says:

            I’ve had soem luck with the service contracts, especially the bargain ones from Wal-Mart. I paid about $7 for a contract on an $80 toaster that died after about a year. Got the purchase price back.

        • Constance says:

          Bad service drives me nuts. I went engineer shoe shopping with my daughter last weekend. Macy’s and Penney’s had sales. She wears a size 10. I sat for 10 minutes before I could get someone to talk to me at Macy’s and they had 2 pairs of size 10s. At Penney’s I got the clerks attention right away but she brought out the shoes and that was the last I saw of her. We finally went to Nordstrom. They had every shoe we picked in size 10, they asked if we wanted help 30 seconds after we walked in and they put adjustment pads in her smaller foot for free without us asking. The shoes were about $15. more than something similar at the other two stores. For that it isn’t worth the aggravation and waste of time to go anywhere but Nordstrom.

    • lyn says:

      Good for you!

    • Somebody says:

      I’m glad your new machine was delivered, but that means now you have to do laundry, boo hiss. Oh well it’s for a good reason, so you can pack for your cruise!!!

  20. The Klown says:

    Guess who has gone hook, line and sinker with the “GOP caused Ebola!” nonsense?

    Go ahead, guess!

  21. The Klown says:

    BTW – I can’t believe that nobody saw the connection of all those items to the Koch brothers.

    • Somebody says:

      Koch brothers? I didn’t make that connection. It was driving me nuts though. I thought for sure it was something mathematical, but I couldn’t tie ALL of the items together that way. I kept trying to put it all together in different ways, thought it could be some kind of coded thing the first letter in each headline, who knows an acronym, find the key words in each headline what can you make of them…..on and on.

      My husband came in my office close to noon and asked me if I’d like him to fetch “Catcher in the Rye” from the bookshelf. He also offered to cue up “Conspiracy Theory” with Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts.

      I googled ten million things……how many Bishops were at the Vatican, how old is the Pope, when is his birthday. Ages, birth dates and all kinds of crap for everyone mentioned in all the items……the fucking Koch brothers…..geez!

      • Somebody says:

        BTW the fact that the Koch brothers never entered my mind is proof positive I’m not a vile prog!

      • The Klown says:

        Exactly. The fucking Koch brothers.

        • Somebody says:

          Whatever, I spent all that time trying to make a connection and be the smartest. Instead I proved PT Barnum correct, damn you Klown!

          • Somebody says:

            BTW what they all REALLY have in common is that they were posted in a thread by you on TCH…….Occam’s razor…….however, it’s also true that Geraldo and pumpkin man are gay lovers on the down low.

  22. Somebody says:

    Another possible ebola case, the boyfriend of the nurse in Dallas.

    Boyfriend works for Alcon some kind of pharma company, nurse’s parents work there too???

  23. The Klown says:

    • Somebody says:

      That guy spelled his name wrong it’s Mush, as in his brain is mush.

      What successes in the ME has Obama had? Tending the roots of American strength, oh sure just like he tames the seas and heals the planet, WTFever.

    • leslie says:

      Proof that Obots have a mental illness with a very specific delusional base. We sometimes think that delusions are what our patients are hoping for. It looks as though in this case, we don’t even have to guess.
      I’d call this cray cray.

    • elliesmom says:

      Well, he is quoting Chauncey Gardiner.

  24. The Klown says:

  25. The Klown says:

    • Lulu says:

      Why are they wearing grandpa’s diabetic house shoes? It is not a good look even on grandpa.

    • cynic says:

      Don’t you wonder what they’re thinking when they put this stuff on? I hope the pay is worth it. Actually, minus the shoes, I like what the girl is wearing.

    • Lulu says:

      Why is the boy wearing a babushka. Is elderly chic the new thing? Will Alfred Dunner be the new hot brand? Please realize I am making fun of myself too.

    • leslie says:

      His legs are so THIN!
      And whoever said “the clothes make the man”, never saw this get-up.

  26. HELENK3 says:


    pakistan taliban leaders swear allegiance to isis

    well backtrack what are you going to do now?

  27. The Klown says:

    What does evidence have to do with anything??

  28. Lulu says:

    There is already an Ebola czar. But she has already been involved in one play to pay scandal. Where is she? http://thefederalist.com/2014/10/14/president-obama-already-has-an-ebola-czar-where-is-she/#disqus_thread “What’s particularly interesting about this discussion, then, is that nobody has even discussed the fact that the federal government not ten years ago created and funded a brand new office in the Health and Human Services Department specifically to coordinate preparation for and response to public health threats like Ebola. The woman who heads that office, and reports directly to the HHS secretary, has been mysteriously invisible from the public handling of this threat. And she’s still on the job even though three years ago she was embroiled in a huge scandal of funneling a major stream of funding to a company with ties to a Democratic donor—and away from a company that was developing a treatment now being used on Ebola patients.” There is a lot more in the article.

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