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Since the Ebola virus made its way to the United States, right-wing media personalities have used it as a vessel for all of their favorite conspiracy theories. But a closer look reveals that they’re all reading from the same inane talking points.

Click above to see the Ebola scare tactics in action — then share this video!

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