Agree or disagree: Commentary on the Ebola panic spreading across America

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FOX News’ Shepard Smith took three minutes to give the facts on Ebola Wednesday.

His message was clear.

Some may notice that toward the end of his presentation, he made a minor, or major slip, depending on your perspective.

At about 4 minutes in, he accidentally misspeaks about the infected health care workers in Texas; an unintentional slip of the tongue.

Still, ignoring that, many will have to decide whether they agree or disagree with his overall point-of-view.

Click here for FOX 4’s continuing coverage on Ebola.

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  • Dave Harness

    during the news anchors coverage on ebola, he stated that the heathcare worker that contracted the virus while treating the man who died in texas was doing well……then he mentions another that has contracted ebola the also..that one is being taken to Atlanta,,,,then towards the end he states it is very serious in that two heathcare workers have DIED IN TEXAS…now that either means…there are two sick and two dead, or the story is in error, or it is just ay to try to calm a tender box of panic…..but I would say the media is distorting the facts.

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