Shameless Jesse Jackson turns Thomas Duncan's Ebola death into political and class war

As quoted by CNN, regarding the death from Ebola of Thomas Eric Duncan:

The Rev. Jesse Jackson, who's serving as a spokesman for the family, said that was a concern.

"I would tend to think that those who do not have insurance, those who do not have Medicaid, do not have the same priorities as those who do," the civil rights leader said.

Unconscionable. Is Jesse Jackson saying that the hospital turned him away because he couldn't pay? If so, where's the evidence. Or is Jesse Jackson suggesting that Thomas Duncan might have been turned away because of his race? The man is shameless.

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