A leaked memo obtained by Fox News confirms the State Department’s plan to bring people infected with Ebola to the United States for treatment, even if they are not US citizens.
The memo, written by the State Department’s Ebola Coordination Unit and approved by Nancy J. Powell, lays out plans for how non-U.S. citizens will be admitted into the country for treatment of the disease, as well as the funds which will be required.
Treatment for the non-U.S. citizens will run at $500,000 for each patient, which includes the $200,000 to medevac them and the $300,000 actual cost of medical treatments.
The purpose of the memo states:
“Come to an agreed State Department position on the extent to which non-U.S. citizens will be admitted to the United States for treatment of Ebola Virus Disease.”
The memo then goes on to read:
“The United States needs to show leadership and act as we are asking others to act by admitting certain non-citizens into the country for medical treatment for the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) during the Ebola crisis.”
When questioned about the plan to bring infected people into the United States, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest lied, saying, “I don’t know of any plans to do that.”
Why is there so much secrecy surrounding this plan? And why is there only a plan in place to treat non-Citizens?
You can read the entire memo here.
Courtesy of Mad World News