Jerome Corsi is the face of the birther conspiracy theory. He peddled it on behalf of his employer, WorldNetDaily, he got himself appointed to a highly biased "investigation" that had no intention of finding the truth about President Obama's "eligibility," and he has steadfastly refused to acknowledge the existence of all the evidence that discredits his conspiracy theory.
Now, Corsi wants you to believe he's an expert on Ebola.
The URL corsionebola.com takes you to a website promoting a "continuously updated e-book" by Corsi, "Ebola: Battling the Crisis." The site is hosted at something called 48 Bricks, which "leverages social networks to help spread the word about your campaign; driving qualified and measurable leads."
Let's look at Corsi's recent track record as a WND reporter, beyond his fact-ignoring birther obsession. He can't read a simple chart, he plagiarizes from Wikipedia, and he has fearmongered to baselessly blame an enterovirus outbreak on undocumented immigrants.
And yet, Corsi wants us to trust him as a self-proclaimed expert on Ebola. Really, Jerome?