Government Health Politics

Wow, Another ‘Deadlier’ Disease? Thanks, WHO Chief

Well, well, well. Look who’s back with another dire warning! Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the esteemed head of the World Health Organization (WHO), has graced us with his presence at the World Health Assembly forum in Geneva. And what did he have to say? Brace yourselves, folks! There might be another deadly pathogen on the horizon, and guess what? It could be even deadlier than COVID-19! Isn’t that just delightful?

Now, let’s take a moment to appreciate the credibility of Dr. Tedros. Remember when he conveniently turned a blind eye to China’s mishandling of the COVID-19 outbreak? Ah, good times. It’s reassuring to know that he was in cahoots with China, doing his best to cover up their role in this global catastrophe. Such a trustworthy figure, isn’t he?

But wait, there’s more! It seems this warning of impending doom comes at a particularly opportune moment. The 2024 presidential election is in full swing, and surprise, surprise, Joe Biden is facing some serious trouble. According to multiple polls, Donald Trump is enjoying a healthy lead. Could it be that this dire prediction is just another attempt to sway the election in favor of the left?

Let’s not forget how convenient the COVID-19 pandemic was for the media and the left during the 2020 election. It provided them with the perfect excuse to bend and break election laws in swing states. Ballot drop boxes, ballot harvesting – all justified under the guise of “COVID-19 safety.” Sure, a judge later ruled some of these actions illegal, but who cares about that when the desired outcome had already been achieved? The damage was done, and Biden emerged victorious.

Now, here we are again, with Trump looking strong and COVID-era policies losing their grip. But fear not, dear citizens, for a new pandemic may be just around the corner! Isn’t it curious how we’re being conditioned to accept the notion that another crisis is imminent? It’s almost as if it’s perfectly timed to coincide with the next presidential election. But hey, who am I to say? After all, we wouldn’t want to dismiss the possibility, would we?

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