Doctor Boards Atlanta Flight In HazMat Suit To Protest "Lying CDC"

Tyler Durden's picture

"If they're not lying, they are grossly incompetent," said Dr. Gil Mobley, a microbiologist and emergency trauma physician from Springfield, Mo. as he checked in and cleared Atlanta airport security wearing a mask, goggles, gloves, boots and a hooded white jumpsuit emblazoned on the back with the words, "CDC is lying!" As The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, Mobley says the CDC is "sugar-coating" the risk of the virus spreading in the United States.


As The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports,

A Missouri doctor Thursday morning boarded a plane at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport dressed in full protection gear to protest what he called mismanagement of the crisis by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Dr. Gil Mobley checked in and cleared airport security wearing a mask, goggles, gloves, boots and a hooded white jumpsuit emblazoned on the back with the words, “CDC is lying!”


“If they’re not lying, they are grossly incompetent,” said Mobley, a microbiologist and emergency trauma physician from Springfield, Mo.


Mobley said the CDC is “sugar-coating” the risk of the virus spreading in the United States.


“For them to say last week that the likelihood of importing an Ebola case was extremely small was a real bad call,” he said.


“Once this disease consumes every third world country, as surely it will, because they lack the same basic infrastructure as Sierra Leone and Liberia, at that point, we will be importing clusters of Ebola on a daily basis,” Mobley predicted. “That will overwhelm any advanced country’s ability to contain the clusters in isolation and quarantine. That spells bad news.”




Mobley, a Medical College of Georgia graduate who had an overnight layover after flying to Atlanta from Guatemala on Wednesday...


“Yesterday, I came through international customs at the Atlanta airport,” the doctor told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “The only question they asked arriving passengers is if they had tobacco or alcohol.”

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It seems CDC Director Frieden agrees...

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Handful of Dust's picture

How about criminal charges against the State Dept employees who granted him a true, "Killer Visa?" They knew he was 1) single; 2) unemployed; 3) the almost 100% probability of not returning to Liberia; 4) no return ticket; and, 5) heightened risk coming from an Ebola saturated region.


Billary should resign or be fired.


Hobbleknee's picture

What network? Link please.

Karl von Bahnhof's picture


I decoded it:

/3/ YEL = Yellen

/4/ GRN = Greenspan

THIS IS NO DRILL = False flag


Fkin convenient before the markets crash in flames

DaddyO's picture

TPTB need a fall guy and a pandemic is as good as it gets!


americanspirit's picture

You've hit it RedPill - and how many more people are going to have that same near-death revelation - oops - bleeding from my ass - got ... to...

Karl von Bahnhof's picture

How the hell could he in good ole TSA_USA board in plane with all this shit? Does it make sense?

El Vaquero's picture

I told a doc once "there are too many frivolous suits against the medical industry and not enough where they need to be."  The doc agreed with me. 


Everything is run like shit these days.

Karl von Bahnhof's picture

FEAR=CONTROL (of the masses)


It used to be much funnier in the past, with Sun eclipses.

(These guys are running out of ideas, 2012 was a dud) 

TheMerryPrankster's picture

everything is INDEED run like shit these days, slow motion collapse before our eyes incomptency all the way to the head of the IRS, Secret Service, Justice Department, FDIC, Federal Reserve,etc,etc.etc.

Cover your ass and protect yourself cause these appointed agencies don't know fuckall anymore.

Just saw that FEMA can't respond to an emergency situation anymore according to the inspector general. FEMA for fucks sake - they can buy bullets but they can't figgure out how to hand out water bottles.

We are boned.

yabyum's picture

Skate rat, Norco is the new lortab, same great narcotic just a bit less acetaminophen. PS,I get sneezed on, coughed on for 12 hours at a time....hell yes I get a flu shot.

El Vaquero's picture

Whether or not a flu shot is going to be effective generally depends on how well the medical community guessed on what strains are going to be prominent that year.  Sometimes they get it right, and sometimes not so much.

overmedicatedundersexed's picture

this years flu shot is the same as last years- same strain, nobody could come up with a better combo-does not happen very often, got a shot last year you may still have some immunity. but go get one anyway would not want to get the flu while dying of ebola now would we?

sleigher's picture

All I have to say, anecdotal at best, is, I used to get flu shots and I used to get the flu.  Once I moved I stopped getting the shots.  About 4 years ago.  Since then I have not been sick once.  Not 1 time.


El Vaquero's picture

I've only had the flu once in my life and I've gotten flu shots intermittently, and not during the year that I got the flu.  It was a particularly nasty strain of the flu that I had though.  Laid me up for a week and my fever peaked at 104.3f.  I don't remember much of that day.


You'll find that anecdotes are not going to tell you how useful flu shots are.

sleigher's picture

yeah, I used to get the flu fairly regularly.  Seasonal or whatever.  I am not really trying to say the shots work or don't work, or cause the flu.  Just noting my personal experience which I found an interesting sidenote.

Slave's picture

Whenever I got the shot I would get the flu. Dead virus my ass!

I quit getting the shots years ago, I also quit getting the flu years ago. Coincidence?

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

Read the package insert on the flu vaccine and it's efficacy and contraindications Overmed. You may change your mind. Have you ever noticed doctors don't suggest you read it? Quite illuminating.

I don't take flu shots. I've had SEVERE reactions to them ( probably an adjuvant allergy the best I can determine) Working in my field this is very difficult and must go thru " counseling" every year. Soon it will be a reeducation camp.


Implied Violins's picture

I'm a microbiologist and I don't take those shots either. In fact, after seeing what happened with the Swine Flu fiasco reported on by Cheryl Atkisson (who got fired by CBS for her stance) and the recent CDC whistleblower coming out about falsifying data for a 2004 study on autism caused by the MMR vaccine, I will never get another shot for anything.

drdolittle's picture

If you're healthy and take care of yourself you likely won' t need doctors much. There's a lot of fatass diabetics out there kept alive longer and healthier due to big pharma

Silky Johnson's picture

That nigga better watch his biohazard suit wearin ass!

TruthInSunshine's picture

Anyone with an IQ above 100 knows that the CDC is absolutely lying about
claims of "easy containment," "difficulty of transmission," etc.

They can't tell the truth because then few would dare to venture out to buy Government Motors vehicles (Chevy Ebola) or iGadgets on credit.

Lost Word's picture

There are several different HIV anti-viral drugs,

at least one HIV drug has been shown by an African doctor

to be effective against Ebola in a few patients.

If I were owner of a pharma company that makes HIV anti-viral drugs,

I would be testing my HIV drug in the Ebola Hot Zone immediately.

Maybe more than one HIV drug will be effective.

Herd Redirection Committee's picture



Flagit's picture



Correct. They are both spread by dicks, cunts, and assholes.

Lost Word's picture

HIV anti-viral drug Lamivudine tested effective against Ebola in Africa.

Ying-Yang's picture

"cleared Atlanta airport security wearing a mask, goggles, gloves, boots and a hooded white jumpsuit"

How the hell did the Doc go through TSA with the suit on?

Maybe we should all wear hazmat suits when traveling, the new black, err new white. Oh nevermind.

PT's picture

"I have a highly contagious, incurable disease.  Your move Mr TSA."

It might work.

ajax's picture



The TSA assumed Mobley was an eccentric beekeeper...

corporatewhore's picture


careful with that profiling!

Kirk2NCC1701's picture

@Latina Lover: "Lucky for the protesting Doctor that some Americans can tell the difference between a hazmat suit and a muslim outfit."

Sure hope that they didn't make him take off the Hazmat Suit, to make it through Security.  Oh the irony, the irony.

Latina Lover's picture

I'll bet wearing a hazmat suit and identifying yourself as an Ebola specialist is a good way to avoid a TSA groping.

pods's picture

Or evidently, be an African coughing on a return flight from Liberia.


Ying-Yang's picture

Spitting "loogies" will now be considered an act of terror.

tenpanhandle's picture

It always has been to me, like spitting gum and loogies at gas stations and parking lots where tons of people walk regularly.   Spitters should be forced, by roving bands of armed spit detectives, to pickup their own sputnum and re-ingest it.  Course, now in the new age of ebola all over the world - maybe better to just shoot em.

Oliver Klozoff's picture

Major League Baseball may have an issue with that.


Kirk2NCC1701's picture

After a prolonged cough on an airplane... Can you still joke that you're OK, and just trying to catch your breath from running to make the connecting flight, after your long flight from Central Africa?

WillyGroper's picture

You are sadly misinformed.

May I recommend a documentary? "Under Our Skin". Available for streaming on NFLX.

Should you pay attention, you will see how the medical system was captured via the universities and it is a panel of 9 bought & paid for doctors that set the protocols insurance companies will reimburse. 

The Big Ching-aso's picture

The spread of ebola can be contained on aircraft quite easily. It's called a flight bag.

Took Red Pill's picture

From Netflix "

Your search for under our skin did not have any matches"
WillyGroper's picture

Under Our Skin2008

I still found it available.


In the 1970s, a mysterious and deadly illness began infecting children in a small town in Connecticut. Today it's a global epidemic. A real-life thriller, this shocking festival hit exposes the controversy surrounding chronic Lyme disease. Following the stories of individuals fighting for their lives, director Andy Abrahams Wilson reveals with beauty and horror a natural world out of balance and a human nature all too willing to put profits before patients.

Mandy HughesJordan Fisher SmithDana WalshAlan MacdonaldElise Brady-Moe
Science and Nature DocumentariesDocumentary

WillyGroper's picture

Tyler's, OT but worthy of attention as I'm unable to figure out "tips".

Swiss referendum, global gold recall.

Took Red Pill's picture

The gold referendum will take place on November 30, 2014

tenpanhandle's picture

Damn!  We'll all be dead from ebola by then, except me cause I'm gonna panic best.  See you in Galt's Gulch.

Alea Iactaest's picture

Riddle me this, Batman. The family of Mr. Duncan (in Dallas) has been served with a notice to stay in place during the estimated incubation period. Let's say, for the sake of discussion, that one of the four people does show symptoms of EBV. Here's where it gets interesting:

1.  If you were one of the 3 remaining (so far) non-symptomatic family members, would you stay in the apartment?

2.  You've been threatend with arrest if you leave the apartment, but it's a death sentence to stay. Where do you think the holding cell will be for anyone leaving the apartment?

3.  Imagine that a couple of the >80 people under watch in the Dallas area begin to show symptoms. Will they be required to stay in place?

We saw in West Point (Monrovia, Liberia) that many people will not simply stay in place when told. This will be particularly true for the entitled, exceptional members of the FSA. Even if you, as a thoughtful and prepared person, manage to avoid EBV carriers you will, at some point, have to come back into the public realm -- for food, fuel, etc. At that point you will be exposed.

Go buy your hazmat suit and respirator. It won't make any difference. You face this now or later, that is your only choice. I'm leaning towards living my life as I don't think there are any preps that a 99%-er can make that would actually be effective.


By the way, what do you think the other tenants in the building have been told about their neighbors?

Alea Iactaest's picture

On reflection, I don't think there will be holding cell for people who disobey the order to stay in place. Alternative methods for restraint likely will be used.

Have a nice day.

Paveway IV's picture

FEMA calls it 'rendition to an approved internment facility'.

Not to be confused with the subsequent free trip to the interment facility.

Socratic Dog's picture

This ain't West Africa.  In the land of the free, people do what the authorities tell them to do.  That's what makes us free.  Or slaves.  Or something.