In December, the World Health Organization shared a disturbing video on Twitter that spread hateful Leftist propaganda about those who choose not to get the COVID vaccine.

The video is of Baylor College of Medicine’s Dr. Peter Hotez, who tries to liken people who are not vaccinated against COVID to terrorists. Hotez also creates a ridiculous liberal trigger name for the act of questioning the vaccine, calling it “anti-science aggression.”

“We have to recognize that anti-vaccine activism, which I actually call anti-science aggression, has now become a major killing force globally,” said Hotez. “During the COVID pandemic in the United States, 200,000 Americans needlessly lost their lives because they refused a COVID vaccine, even after vaccines became widely available.”

“And now the anti-vaccine activism is expanding across the world, even into low- and middle-income countries,” he continued. “It’s a killing force. Anti-science now kills more people than things like gun violence, global terrorism, nuclear proliferation, or cyber-attacks.”

Hotez continues the theatrics, accompanied by a very dramatic soundtrack and graphics.

He continues, saying, “And now it’s become a political movement. In the US it’s linked to far extremism on the far right. Same in Germany. So this is a new face of anti-science aggression. And so we need political solutions to address this.”

The WHO got slammed on Twitter for this video, with one user commenting, “The biggest anti-science dissemination has come from the WHO when you tried to shut the world down over a mild virus with a 99.7% survival rate and for which even the more dire mortality rate was fraudulently reported (i.e., ‘positive test’). You only have yourselves to blame.”

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