Still trust the WHO? (World Health Organization)

Here’s a simple question for everyone. Do you still trust the World Health Organization? You know the shady globalist group that took the Chinese’s word for it that the COVID-19 could not be spread person-to-person. The same group who supplied faulty virus test kits and thousands of defective masks & ventilators around the world, you know those guys.

Well, maybe you shouldn’t.

A senior WHO official has raised hackles in Taiwan by appearing to dodge questions about Taiwan”s exclusion from the world health body. During an interview via video chat with a Hong Kong media outlet, Bruce Aylward, a Canadian epidemiologist, remained silent for about ten seconds when asked if the WHO should reconsider Taiwan”s membership.

Lin Shih-chia, the CEO of the Foundation of Medical Professionals Alliance, lamented that the WHO has been deeply poisoned by Chinese influence. He said he believed that once the pandemic was over, each nation would seriously consider how to reform these kinds of international organizations that have been heavily infiltrated by China.

When he came back on air, Aylward declared that if he had contracted the coronavirus, he would want to be treated in China. Wow -WHO!

Aloha, Mikie ~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)

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One Response to Still trust the WHO? (World Health Organization)

  1. Linda Sauer says:

    Wow!! I even watched the next video with Tucker Carlson about this same thing?…I’d like to say unbelievable but it just keeps coming!!

    I just heard about the “New Way Forward Act” Good God…how do these Democrats think these things up. No more deportation for criminals and wanting to fly the deported criminals back here. This is beyond unreal!!

    Talk later…I’m going to bed pretty quick…I’m super tired and have 4 dogs again tomorrow but wanted to get back to you tonight.

    Sent from my iPad

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