Another day, another untenable spending package proposed by the Democrats.
Predictably, the Biden regime is demanding trillions of dollars in federal spending, which will allegedly reduce the deficit by nearly $2.9T.
Clearly, the White House has been tutored in economics by AOC.
As AOC actually holds a degree in economics from one of the apparently most esteemed universities in the nation, it’s not very surprising that the federal government has continued to follow suit with economic illiteracy the same way it has with gender illiteracy, courtesy of instates of “higher learning.”
Meanwhile in Russia and China, university students, freed from the tethers of endless gender debates, continue to pursue literal rocket science, alongside other relevant fields outside of critical race theory and gender studies.
Anyway, as part of Biden’s illustrious multitrillion dollar spending “plan,” a deeply disturbing trend has emerged: the apparent implication that the United States may well veer into some sort of global alliance with the World Health Organization (WHO), otherwise known as the global organization that has largely kowtowed to China before, during, and after the pandemic.
Not to mention before the next pandemic, as Biden is already clamoring for a massive sum of money for “pandemic preparedness” as part of his multitrillion dollar spending package.
Specifically, Biden calls for $10.9B in funding for the alleged “preparedness,” declaring, “This includes over $1.2 billion to prepare for, prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease outbreaks – including by expanding U.S. bilateral partnerships with countries to improve health security capacity.”
One can only wonder if Biden’s big pharma buddies are cut into this deal the same way his Beijing buddies clearly are.
Especially as China made a killing off of exporting PPE equipment, including the ever popular and completely mandatory masks, during the first several months of the pandemic.
Biden all but promised another future pandemic when he urged more measures for promoting “global health security.”
“While combating the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the United States must catalyze advances in science, technology, and core capabilities to prepare the Nation for the next biological threat and strengthen U.S. and global health security,” the president intoned.
Unfortunately, part of that “security” apparently means jeopardizing U.S. sovereignty by joining some globalist alliance run by the WHO, who rather clearly kowtows to Beijing on a number of matters.
Kind of like the Biden family.
Which is precisely why Rep. Tom Tiffany and Sen. Ron Johnson have introduced legislation designed to protect American national interests in the wake of a pandemic.
“What it says is that any agreement that is struck with the World Health Organization regarding pandemic action must be treated as a treaty, and then it takes a two-thirds vote of the U.S. Senate in order for it to be ratified,” Johnson noted.
In addition, Tiffany remarked that the WHO resoundingly dismissed Taiwan’s 2019 warnings regarding the virus leak from Wuhan, further reinforcing the international agency’s apparent devotion to Beijing.
Other Republicans have also noted the dangers of allying with the WHO amid the agency’s devotion to communist regimes, issuing a joint statement regarding the danger of the WHO.
“The World Health Organization has a major credibility problem. Instead of leading a thorough and trustworthy investigation into the origins of the pandemic, the WHO has repeatedly kowtowed to the Chinese Communist Party and is complicit in its COVID-19 coverup. As the WHO begins the process to move this pandemic treaty forward, America’s sovereign rights and biomedical leadership and innovation must be protected. The CCP also must be held accountable. The Biden administration must make these their top priorities in the pandemic accord negotiations,” the representatives wrote.
Unfortunately, the Biden administration appears to make other items on the agenda “their top priorities” … priorities that rarely include American interests.
Author: Ofelia Thornton