‘Poor, black & uninsured?’ Geraldo Rivera has questions about Ebola victim

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Yesterday, Thomas Duncan, the Liberian man who was diagnosed with Ebola, passed away in a Dallas hospital. That news was followed by a chorus of people blaming racism for Duncan’s death.

Does Geraldo Rivera agree?

Real shame of Dallas: Ebola fatality Thomas Duncan turned away from Presbyterian Hospital-Was it because he was too poor, black & uninsured?

— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) October 9, 2014

Duncan was later re-admitted to the hospital where he was treated until succumbing to the Ebola virus. However, leave it to pot-stirrers to turn it into an insurance issue, or worse.

@GeraldoRivera oh please. Enough of this shit.

— EsquireLI (@EsquireLI) October 9, 2014

@GeraldoRivera oh boy here we go with the race bull crap !

— Pelly1948 (@JVP731) October 9, 2014

@GeraldoRivera … Trying to shame a hospital? Are you also able to leap tall buildings in a single bound?

— 2ubtrue (@CatawbaWorm) October 9, 2014

@GeraldoRivera wasn't turned away. He was treated and released. Stop trying to make a story from something that doesn't exist.

— DE88ROX (@DE88_ROX) October 9, 2014

@GeraldoRivera nothing like starting the day with a little race baiting. Do u really think if they thought Ebo they would have sent him home

— DebraTibbs (@TibbersDebra) October 9, 2014

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Related:

Should Obama appoint an ‘anti-Ebola czar’? Geraldo Rivera says yes

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/09/poor-black-uninsured-geraldo-rivera-sees-real-shame-in-story-of-dallas-ebola-victim/

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