WHO’s Scheme Unmasked: GOP Slams Phony Pandemic Treaty Power Play

The World Health Organization is up to its old tricks once more, folks, and this time, they’re trying to pull the wool over the world’s eyes with their proposed Pandemic Preparedness Treaty. WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus is out here, spreading fear and panic like Oprah hands out cars, claiming the world is on the brink of a pandemic catastrophe unless we all sign on the dotted line.

But hold on just a second, because congressional Republicans aren’t buying what the WHO is selling. They’ve seen this song and dance before, and they’re not about to trust an organization that has about as much credibility as a used car salesman.

According to the GOP, the WHO’s treaty is just a sneaky way to push for more abortion support while weakening the ability of individual nations to handle future pandemics. And let’s be real here, folks: nobody wants a bunch of global bureaucrats telling us what to do, especially when it comes to our own health.

But Tedros, bless his heart, is out here preaching like he’s the prophet of doom, saying we’re all doomed unless we hop on board with his treaty. He’s spinning a tale of woe, talking about how the world is unprepared for the next big Disease X, and how we all need to be quaking in our boots at the thought of another pandemic.

And if that’s not enough, he’s calling out all the critics and naysayers, saying their concerns about the treaty are just a big ol’ pack of lies. But come on, who’s he trying to fool here? The only thing he’s prepared for is to give a masterclass in double speak and fearmongering.

Still not convinced? Well, just listen to what Republican Rep. Brad Wenstrup has to say. He’s the chair of the House Oversight and Accountability Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, and he’s not mincing words when it comes to the WHO’s shady dealings. According to Wenstrup, the WHO dropped the ball big time during the COVID-19 pandemic, and they’re about as trustworthy as a fox guarding a henhouse.

And he’s not the only one calling out the WHO’s shenanigans. Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, is calling the treaty a “global power grab” to push progressive pro-abortion policies. And Republican Rep. Christopher Smith of New Jersey is saying the treaty is rigged to support abortion. I mean, come on, folks, when you’ve got these guys shouting from the rooftops about the WHO’s ulterior motives, you know something fishy is going on.

So, should the world be worried about another outbreak? Well, according to the WHO, the answer is a resounding yes. But if the track record of these global doomsayers is anything to go by, we might want to take their predictions with a grain of salt.

The bottom line here, folks, is that the WHO is once again trying to pull the wool over our eyes with their proposed treaty. But let’s not fall for their fearmongering and empty promises. We’ve seen this movie before, and we know how it ends: with the WHO trying to grab more power while ordinary folks like you and me get left holding the bag.

So, let’s not be fooled by their smoke and mirrors. Let’s stand up to the WHO and their globalist cronies and show them that we’re not buying what they’re selling. Because when it comes to our health and our freedom, we’re the ones calling the shots. And that’s a treaty we can all get behind.

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