Choosing to disregard quarantine orders, Hickox and her whereabouts has become a MSM fascination.
NBC News confronted her and her boyfriend on a bike ride.
On one hand the media is pumping up hysteria, using strong language like "outbreak," regarding the cases of Ebola in America. Yet, they're ever-so-happy to follow this woman closely who previously cared for Ebola patients in Africa.
But, like her lawyer pointed out, she has the right to do and act like she is: "It's not about her being defiant. It's about her exercising her rights and not living in fear," said Alan Sash to "Inside Edition."
The media doesn't seem to see the problem of sending its journalists to be potentially exposed.
Now that the standoff between Hickox and the government is over, the only question now is who will be the media's next victim?Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.