Will WHO head reveal truth about Coronavirus?
A very big mystery appears to be unraveling, with regards to Coronavirus, China and WHO!
Gordon G. Chang Tweeted on Jul 10, 2020:
“Li-Meng Yan, a HongKong virologist and immunologist and one of the first researchers outside mainland China to study COVID19, says Beijing covered up the disease’s human-to-human transmissibility.”
Word is around that Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of WHO, gave the United States of America, false information, with regards to the Chinese and their actions when dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic.
American Republicans are now asking WHO’s Director-General, to testify in front of the American Congress, under oath.
American Republican Rep. Steve Scalise Tweeted:
“Americans deserve to know why an organization we helped fund: – Lied to Congress about China’s cover-up – Peddled Chinese propaganda – Hid the truth to shield China from accountability.”
US lawmakers wrote to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus:
“This revelation demands your complete and forthright response to the Committee’s previous request and sworn testimony before the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis (the Select Subcommittee). Until you appear under oath, America and the world will not know the origins of this crisis.”
US President Donald Trump stated:
“Chinese officials ignored their reporting obligations to the World Health Organization and pressured the World Health Organization to mislead the world when the virus was first discovered by Chinese authorities. Countless lives have been taken and profound economic hardship has been inflicted across the globe.”
The Coronavirus pandemic began in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019 and has caused millions of people to be infected all over the globe and more than half a million people have died because of it. While the death toll and the number of cases in most countries is on the rise, China has been able to ‘miraculously’ stifle the growth of the dreaded Coronavirus disease. China now has around 83,600 cases and 4,640 deaths, because of the killer Coronavirus.