The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is sparking fears of a disastrous epidemic all over the world. Australia and North Korea are both banning flights into their countries that have any foreigners from West Africa. China is launching a massive campaign to prevent the spread of Ebola in their country. But here in the US, considered one of the most advanced countries in the world when it comes to healthcare, we've already had 9 cases of infected Ebola patients. And now, while Washington Republicans urge President Obama to issue a travel ban or a time quarantine IN West Africa, the Washington Times is reporting he has other plans altogether. According to reports, the Obama administration is about to transport foreign Ebola victims FROM West Africa TO the United States. It's happening behind the scenes in the State Department. Apparently, their justification is that shipping sick patients to the US is the only way they will get treated, as the beds in those countries are all full.