Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus There is no decision yet, but the debate has long been about the passive role of the WHO. U.S. Sen. Martha McSally has called on the director of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, to step down so she can no longer run the organization, which has hidden China’s failure to keep the virus under control. “I have never trusted a communist.
And hiding them from this virus that originated with them has caused casualties across America and around the world. The WHO must stop covering up their failure. I think Tedros should step down. We need to take some action to address this issue. It’s just irresponsible. “It’s inconceivable what they’ve done, and we have people dying around the world,” she told Fox Business.
McSally’s comment came after U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, who called on Congress to hold a session and investigate the role of the WHO in helping China hide the threat of coronavirus. “The WHO’s mission is to provide information on public health in the world, so that each country can make the best decisions to keep its citizens safe. When it comes to coronavirus, the WHO failed.
They must take responsibility for their role in disinformation and in helping the communist China cover up a global pandemic. We know that communist China is lying about how many cases and victims there really are, what they knew and when they knew, and the WHO never bothered to investigate further.
Their inaction is costing us our lives. The WHO receives millions of dollars from US taxpayers and helped the Chinese Communist Party cover a global pandemic, “said the senator. The WHO published a report by Chinese authorities in January, claiming that there was no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of coronavirus.