Following the death of the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., naturally social media and mainstream press conversations turned to
Indeed, Thomas Eric Duncan was black, therefore the racist white people at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital must have let him die.
Ask comedian D.L. Hughley or liberal pundit Geraldo Rivera, and they will confirm the sentiments of Duncan’s nephew who said that it’s “conspicuous” that all white Ebola patients treated in the U.S. survived “and the one black man died,”according to Fox News.
Arsenio Hall officially joined the bandwagon, sending a provocative tweet that is sure to pour gasoline on the inferno of racial anger consuming this country. He must take his cues from leaders like Barack Obama and Eric Holder.
Way to go former funnyman. It’s not at all funny.
@ArsenioHall is to comedy what Ebola was to Thomas Duncan
— #ISTANDWITHISRAEL (@suthernboy100) October 11, 2014
— lifebythecreek (@lifebythecreek) October 11, 2014
@ArsenioHall I’ll take “desperate attempts to remain relevant” for 2000, Alex. Whupwhupwhup
— Ben Dayho (@BennDayho) October 11, 2014
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