WHO Director-General overrules panel to declare Monkey Pox a global health crisis

The World Health Organization’s Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has overruled a WHO panel which voted 9-6 against declaring Monkeypox a global health emergency.

WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Dr. Ghebreyesus has decided unilaterally that Monkeypox, a disease with a 99.97% survival rate which mostly impacts gay men with multiple sexual partners per the WHO’s own admission, “represents a public health emergency of international concern.”

This decision comes just in time for crucial elections around the globe, including the USA’s 2022 Midterm elections, and right as COVID-19 hysteria collapses internationally.

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While 9 out of 15 panelists for the World Health Organization disagreed with this decision, the power-hungry globalist director insists that the vote is informal and that he has unilateral and final say on the matter.

Freedom-loving conservative voices reacted to this ridiculous ruling on Twitter.

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Florida Congressional candidate Lavern Spicer disagrees with the WHO’s ruling, and instead points to a much more apparent public crisis at the southern border–where violent crime, child sexual abuse, and human trafficking are rampant under Joe Biden and his DHS director.

Conservative author and commentator Liz Wheeler reminds people of the reality of Monkeypox is in fact a mostly non fatal disease which only impacts a small subset of the population.

There is absolutely no reason to expect for Monkeypox to become as explosive or endemic as COVID-19, which itself saw massive government and media overreaction.

Therefore, this decision by the WHO can be seen as part of their ploy to stay globally and politically relevant at the end of a pandemic for which they were utterly useless in handling.

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