Every presser President Donald Trump has given along with his Wuhan Virus Task Force has been the most undercovered, yet over exposed events we have seen in recent days. Time will tell what the reaction will be from main street media folks after President Trump announced Tuesday he was halts World Health Organization (WHO) funding amidst the pandemic.
In his statement the President said, “Today I am instructing my administration to halt funding of the World Health Organization while a review is conducted to assess the World Health Organization’s role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus.” Anyone will see the President is not wrong in his assessment of the WHO’s misdealings with this pandemic.
From denying the data of human to human transmission to refusing to respond to Taiwan’s December email inquiring about COVID-19. Then, WHO claimed Taiwan never raised concerns, but that lie was refuted when Taiwan produced the emails. WHO have also denied Taiwan’s inclusion in the organization. Their abuses against Taiwan go further as assistant director-general Bruce Aylward did a horrible job of dodging a question about Taiwan not being admitted. This connects the WHO pattern of complicitness with China as the communist nation refuses to recognize Taiwan’s independence. To sum it up, the WHO has been pretty dastardly in all of this.
In 2010, The United States State Department paid close to $6.347 billion to the United Nations. As it is with the US, we are paying into WHO with about $4.422 billion over two years (2018-2019). Now that President Trump has halted the WHO funding, those funds coming out of the State Department will most likely be sewn back into the American economy. This is a bold move for the President and a popular one at that!
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