Laura Ingraham theorizes Ebola volunteers aren't doctors, just fakers in white coats

Real classy

Published October 30, 2014 7:50PM (EDT)

Laura Ingraham                          (ABC News)
Laura Ingraham (ABC News)

Laura Ingraham, a conservative media personality known for her subtle, nuanced analysis of the most pressing issues of the day, provided some valuable analysis of a recent press conference.

On Oct. 29, President Obama discussed the United States' response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. He was joined at the podium by Dr. Ken Brantly, the first American volunteer to become infected with the disease, as well as several other healthcare workers who had recently returned from the region and who were set to depart in the near future. Obama expressed his gratitude for the "extraordinary American health workers who are on the front lines of the fight."

Ingraham brought up the press conference during her Oct. 30 edition of her radio show and demonstrated good Christian compassion and trust in her fellow men:

"[Obama] was flanked by volunteers who have gone to West Africa to help the victims of Ebola," she said. "Are we positive that it was all volunteers, Julia? Could it have been some of the folks from Organizing for America just in the white coats?"

Who betrayed you, sweet Laura? Why can't you trust anymore?

Listen to the full clip below.

h/t Media Matters

By Joanna Rothkopf

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