WHO Threatens US

PUBLISHED: 5:16 PM 9 Apr 2020

WHO Director Threatens US With “Many More Body Bags” After Defunding Warning

The World Health Organization DELIBERATELY lied about the spread of COVID-19, and now the director has the audacity to lecture President Trump?!

Unbelievable. (Source: Tom S Elliot Twitter Screenshot)

President Trump, like many Americans, is fed up with the lies and “China-centric” focus of the World Health Organization (WHO) and threatened to cut the massive millions the agency is given in taxpayer funds each year. So, the Director of the globalist agency, in turn, threatened America with “many more body bags.”

The remarkable and unbelievable warning was issued by WHO Director Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who told reporters on Wednesday, “If you don’t want many more body bags you refrain from politicizing it – please quarantine politicizing COVID.”

“My short message is please quarantine politicizing COVID – the unity of your country will be very important to defeat this dangerous virus. Without unity we assure you even any country that may have a better system will be in more trouble. That’s our message,” he said.

Many people wonder if that means another virus will be released by China.

WHO lied to the world when they knew the virus was contagious:

Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China🇳. pic.twitter.com/Fnl5P877VG

— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) January 14, 2020

This was done in order to provide a political narrative for American democrat politicians attacking President Trump over his Chinese flight ban… almost as if they WANTED to ensure that the outbreak would be worse in the United States, many people speculate.

Now, they threaten the president?

Fox News reported:

He went on to urge a global response to the virus similar to the one that combated smallpox. [i.e. forced vaccinations that may or may not include tracking chips to ensure future outbreaks can be contained.]

“The United States and China should come together and fight this dangerous enemy, they should come together to fight it and the rest of G-20 should come together to fight it, and the rest of the world should come together and fight it,” he said.

“We will have many body bags in front of us if we don’t behave,” he said. “When there are cracks at [the] national level and global level, that is when the virus succeeds.”

Trump has accused the U.N. agency of being “very China centric” and claimed they “really blew it” in their initial response to the pandemic — including what he saw as the agency’s criticism of his ban on foreign nationals from China.

Trump had declared at a White House press briefing Tuesday: “We’re going to put a hold on the money sent to the WHO.”

Trump, however, backtracked when questioned on that statement by members of the media, saying he was “going to look into” cutting off funding to the WHO and denying his earlier statement.

The WHO has increasingly been the focus of questions about its response to the coronavirus pandemic, including information it tweeted in January that quoted “preliminary” findings from Chinese authorities that downplayed the seriousness of the virus that has since turned into a pandemic, shutting down daily life around the globe.

Other statements, including an apparent criticism of Trump’s ban on travel from China and other pro-China statements, have brought renewed questions about the U.S. funding of the agency.

The United States is the single largest contributor to the WHO. The most recent invoice from the WHO to the United States, which is one of many countries that fund the organization, was for nearly $116 million per year. The United States also voluntarily gives more per year to the WHO for specific projects — contributions that totaled over $400 million in 2017, the most recent year for which figures are available.

On Wednesday, U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres gave his support to the embattled agency, which he said was on the “frontlines” of the crisis.

“It is my belief that the World Health Organization must be supported, as it is absolutely critical to the world’s efforts to win the war against COVID-19,” he said.