Bill O’Reilly will probably always be at war with hip hop, and Megyn Kelly will always have her infamous 2010 crusade against the New Black Panther Party, but they have nothing on Ablow.
He’s distinguished himself recently with some wild observations on Ebola, a storyline that’s tailor-made for his patented combination of medical expertise and right-wing zealotry.
Amid a festival of hysterical coverage on the outbreak — typified by knee-jerk demands for resignations, breathless scaremongering and skepticism of any calls for calm — Ablow’s perspective has stood out.
During an interview with Fox News Radio last week, Ablow echoed what he had written in a column days earlier, arguing that President Obama was deliberately allowing Ebola to spread in the United States because his “affinities” are with Africa and because the United States has “visited a plague of colonialism that has devastated much of the world.”
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