Henry Waxman turns Ebola travel ban question into immigration issue
Rep. Henry Waxman continues to amaze at a House subcommittee hearing on the Ebola response. Waxman’s already lied by connecting Ebola in the U.S. to budget cuts, and when the question of potential travel bans arose, Waxman implied such a move would be anti-immigration:
So Henry Waxman just compared a travel ban to immigration restrictionism. You go right ahead and make the restrictionists' case for them
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) October 16, 2014
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 16, 2014
There is nothing that can’t be shamelessly politicized!
@michellemalkin I already thought his "Duh factor" was high for collaborating with the Nicaraguan Contras, but this goes beyond even that.
— Tom Kovach (@TKovachNashvil) October 16, 2014
@michellemalkin Waxmans part of the original infection! Liberalism!
— Aaron Ashton (@aaronashton77) October 16, 2014
@michellemalkin Henry Waxman is part of the problem, his policies are leading to American citizens getting Ebola and Enterovirus.
— Michael D'Amore (@a219224) October 16, 2014
— Jeffrey A Wilson (@jeffrey_wilson) October 16, 2014
— Gene Snyder (@genesnyder13) October 16, 2014
@michellemalkin this hearing explains why we are screwed…these government idiots are irritatingly self-important asses
— T Hall (@TerrysHall) October 16, 2014
— Michael Derenda (@DeltaLt152) October 16, 2014
Speaking of that:
All new entrants coming into the U.S. should be sent to Waxman's district first, let him do the screening #EbolaHearing
— MaxR.S (@Randy_Shannon) October 16, 2014
Twitchy coverage of the latest Ebola news here.