Chris Christie Hasn't Tweeted About Anything Besides Ebola Since Thursday

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been tweeting up a storm and, since Thursday, he's tweeted about nothing but Ebola.

He's used his account to promote the state's mandatory quarantines for health workers returning from West Africa - and made his case for New Jersey's controversial quarantine of nurse Kaci Hickox after she returned from the Ebola zone in Sierra Leone.

He's discussed New Jersey's coordination with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in rolling out those quarantines, even in the face of criticism from the White House.

He's reassured the public that there are no Ebola cases in New Jersey, and he's reminded everyone that Ebola can only be spread through bodily fluids of an infected person showing symptoms.

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Christie's last non-Ebola tweet had to do with housing. In fact, Christie has only posted four non-Ebola-related tweets since last Monday.

Christie's Twitter storm kept up today, even as New Jersey decided to release Hickox from quarantine as her lawyer threatened to sue. In fact, the furor over Hickox's quarantine in a tent at a Newark, New Jersey, hospital fueled Christie's Twitter output from the start.

Hickox later penned an op-ed in the Dallas Morning News chronicling her Ebola quarantine travails and suggesting mandatory quarantines will discourage volunteerism.

The White House, which opposes mandatory quarantines, spent the weekend obliquely bashing the policy. The administration raised concerns with Christie and Cuomo, a senior administration official told ABC News on Sunday, suggesting the quarantines are "not grounded in science," a position shared by Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious-diseases official at the National Institutes of Health.

President Obama met with his team of Ebola advisers on Sunday, the White House announced, asking its members to develop federal policies on how to handle Ebola workers, with an eye toward not discouraging volunteerism. New guidelines are on the way, a senior administration official said.

Christie has defended the quarantines in interviews, and Sunday night he took to Twitter to clarify that workers can undergo quarantine at home if they live in the state. Hickox was sequestered in a hospital tent because she doesn't live there.

On Monday he took to Twitter to address Hickox's allegations of mistreatment:

And to hit back at critics of New Jersey's quarantine policy:

The White House's response to Ebola cases in the U.S. has become a growing political issue for Republican candidates, who have mentioned the disease alongside national security threats posed by ISIS in arguments against Obama's leadership abilities. Christie, widely seen as a possible Republican contender for the White House in 2016, has quickly become the leading spokesman opposing the White House's stance on the public policy debate over how to confront Ebola.