Breach of protocol, or something

The NIH’s Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared on Meet the Press with Chuck Todd this morning (video below). The occasion of his appearance was the new case of Ebola that has been contracted by a Dallas “health worker” who treating the patient from Liberia who died last week. How could the health worker have gotten infected with Ebola?

“What obviously happened, unfortunately, is that there was an inadvertent breach of protocol,” Dr Fauci answered. What would that be? “We don’t know what the breach is yet,” he added.

Well, then, how do “we” know it was an inadvertent breach of protocol? Good question, if only it had been asked.

Actually, “we” don’t know. “We” don’t have a clue. “We” only think it likely.

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