From the very get-go, something has smelled a little fishy with this coronavirus thing.
No, I am not about to go down some unintelligible rabbit hole of conspiracy theories and deep state drivel. I don’t intend to follow Woody Harrelson into a discussion about the role that 5G cell phone towers played in this pandemic.
Instead, we can simply skip ahead to our current understanding of the situation; namely, that China severely underreported the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic either negligently or nefariously.
Further complicating the matter is the involvement of the World Health Organization, who had signed off on the data being shared by China despite the existence of several publicly stated concerns about the numbers.
Now, in retaliation for the WHO’s possible involvement in the Wuhan Flu coverup, President Trump is dropping the hammer.
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday at the White House that he would put a hold on funding to the World Health Organization amid the coronavirus crisis.
“They were wrong about a lot of things,” Trump said.
The president noted that the World Health Organization receives more from the United States than any other country, and would require accounting for their failure to properly alarm the world about the coronavirus outbreak.
“We want to look into the World Health Organization because they really called it wrong,” Trump said. “They missed the call, they could have called it months earlier, they would have known, they should have known, and they probably did know.”
And that’s not all…
Later in the briefing, reporters asked why he would freeze funding to the WHO in the middle of a pandemic.
“I’m not saying I’m going to do it. But we’re going to look at it,” the president said.
Just days ago, US Senator Marsha Blackburn suggested that China should provide economic relief to the United States on account of their under-reporting of the virus’s danger.