Evil deception by the Chinese Communist Party caused a pandemic of the CCP Virus, shutting down countries, decimating economies—not to mention the massive cost to human health and lives.

Early medical whistleblowers in Wuhan who tried to send out warnings about the strange new virus were punished. And just as deplorable, the World Health Organization (WHO) was standing together with Beijing, sending all the wrong messages to the world. The WHO is the health body of the United Nations—receiving millions of dollars from nations worldwide to keep the world safe.

In January WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus arrived in China, supposedly to ascertain the facts about the virus that was spreading rapidly in Wuhan. He didn’t give any warnings to the rest of the world about the impending disaster, choosing instead to heap praise on Beijing.

This occurred at a time when people were traveling without restraint between Wuhan and Italy, and Wuhan and Iran, where consequently the toll on human life from the CCP Virus was catastrophic. Officials in those countries, because of the belief in China’s lies about the spread of the virus, delayed in crucial action that cost the lives of thousands.

Meanwhile, the WHO is supporting the deceit China is pushing onto the world. “The Chinese government is to be congratulated for all the extraordinary measures it has taken to contain the outbreak,” said Ghebreyesus after leaving China.

President Trump threatened on Tuesday, April 7, to withhold U.S. funding from the WHO, suspicious of their role in the CCP Virus spread, and their support of China.

“The WHO really blew it. For some reason, funded largely by the United States, yet very China-centric. We will be giving that a good look,” the president tweeted. “Fortunately I rejected their advice on keeping our borders open to China early on. Why did they give us such a faulty recommendation?” said the president.

 

“We want to look into the World Health Organization because they really called it wrong,” President Trump told reporters. “They missed the call, they could have called it months earlier, they would have known, they should have known, and they probably did know.”

“They seem to be very China-centric,” he continued. “That’s a nice way of saying it, but they seem to be very China-centric, and they seem to err always on the side of China.” “I’m not saying I’m going to do it. But we’re going to look at it,” the president said of defunding the agency.

The president’s words have the backing of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-Ky.), chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs, who said on Tuesday, “In the next appropriations bill, there’s not going to be any money for the WHO. I’m in charge of the appropriations subcommittee. I’m not going to support funding the WHO under its current leadership,” Graham said. “They’ve been deceptive, they’ve been slow, and they’ve been Chinese apologists. I don’t think they’re a good investment, under the current leadership, for the United States.”

In 2019, the U.S. contributions to WHO exceeded $400 million, almost double the second largest member state contribution. China contributed only $44 million, according to the Department of State.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian enraged the rest of the world when he said in March that the U.S. military was responsible for the CCP Virus. “When did patient zero begin in US?” Zhao wrote on Twitter, a social media outlet the Communist Party has banned Chinese citizens from using. “It might be U.S. army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan. Be transparent”: Zhao now claims if President Trump cuts the WHO funding, it will “seriously undermine” any response to the pandemic.

Zhao has thrown his full support behind Ghebreyesus, saying he has directed WHO to “earnestly fulfilling its duties, upholding an objective, scientific and fair stance, and playing an important role in coordinating international efforts.”

This is despite Ghebreyesus relaying false Chinese information—denying the virus could spread from human to human, refusing to advise countries to limit entry to travelers from China and choosing to disregard early warnings from the government of Taiwan, which the WHO does not recognize, of the severity of the outbreak, reported Breitbart.