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Because there's a war on for your mind; veteran broadcaster, filmmaker and media analyst Alex Jones brings you incredible interviews with people on the frontlines of the Infowar and takes an in-depth look at the news between the day's headlines.
October 15th, 2014
Episode 13 of 822 episodes
Another Dallas hospital worker who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has now contracted the disease, and Alex covers this unprecedented news on this Wednesday, October 15 edition of the Alex Jones Show. The hospital where the Ebola patient was treated, Texas Presbyterian, does not observe Biosafety Level-4 precautions which are required to prevent Ebola from spreading. This raises questions as to why Texas Presbyterian was treating Ebola in the first place. On today's show, survivalist expert and former intelligence officer James Wesley Rawles reveals the steps Americans can take to better protect themselves and their families during a widespread epidemic. He also describes the effects of a potential global collapse.
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