Fear in Review: All the things we were afraid of in 2015

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HOUSTON, Texas - The good, the bad and the ugly.  That pretty much sums up 2015, a year full of events and fears.  From Ebola to Syrian refugees, Americans had a chance to panic about almost everything.

So, hold on to your seats, folks, because we're gonna take you on a spooky ride. Here's our "2015 Fear in Review."

First it was Ebola, anybody sniffling was suspect of carrying the deadly disease.  Then Islamic terrorists killed cartoonists in Paris, so we changed course towards our Muslim neighbors.  We kept running until somebody found out our footballs were under inflated and that's when we freaked out.

And what happened to planes this year?  Well, they crashed, they disappeared and the mad man in the sky… Who wouldn't be scared?

Right after we convinced each other that vaccines were the real problem… all Mexicans turned into rapists.  Transgenders tried to occupy our bathrooms, but we didn't let them, and El Chapo Guzman tunneled himself out.

In conclusion: mass shootings, racism or the state of our National Security, that's serious stuff.  There rest is all on us, the media and the demagogue and, well, you.