Every GOP senator just signed a letter to Biden telling him to WITHDRAW from the WHO pandemic treaty

05/07/2024 // Ethan Huff // 1.7K Views

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On May Day, every Republican member of the United States Senate signed their names to a letter calling on President Biden to end all cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO) and its ongoing pandemic treaty negotiations.Over the next several weeks, the Biden regime will be expected to commit the U.S. to two international agreements that would strengthen the WHO's authority to declare public health emergencies of international concern. In short, the WHO would be allowed to supersede Congress in how such emergencies are handled.
Calling the arrangement "unacceptable," the GOP senators highlighted the WHO's "failure" during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "pandemic" to properly handle the crisis, leaving in its wake "lasting harm to our country."
"The United States cannot afford to ignore this latest WHO inability to perform its most basic function and must insist on comprehensive WHO reforms before even considering amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR) or any new pandemic related treaty that would increase WHO authority," the letter reads.
"We are deeply concerned that your administration continues to support these initiatives and strongly urge you to change course."
(Related: Back in April, the WHO backed off somewhat from its earlier Pandemic Treaty agenda, making substantive changes to address tyranny concerns.)
WHO violating its own requirements with IHR amendments

It turns out that before any proposed IHR amendments can even be considered by member states like the U.S., their text must first be provided at least four months before the World Health Assembly (WHR) at which they are to be considered. This reportedly never happened.
"Article 55 of the IHR requires the text of any IHR amendment to be communicated to member states at least four months before the WHA at which they are to be considered," the letter explains.
"As the WHO has still not provided final amendment text to member states, we submit that IHR amendments may not be considered at next month's WHA."
Beyond this, the IHR amendments as they currently exist are major ones that the GOP senators warn "would substantially increase the WHO's health emergency powers and constitute intolerable infringements upon U.S. sovereignty."
"As such, it was essential that the WHO abide by the four-month notice period to allow member states time to ensure that no traces of such proposals were included in a final amendment package for consideration by the WHA," the letter continues.
"Having failed to do so, amendments are not in order."
There have been numerous iterations of the proposed amendments over the past several years. The latest versions are "dead on arrival," the GOP senators insist, because they all center around expanding WHO power and control at the expense of member state sovereignty.
With the world still uncertain about where COVID-19 even came from due to a continued block on a proper investigation, now is not the time for the WHO to be assuming any more power than it already had during the last public health "emergency."
"We strongly urge you not to join any pandemic related treaty, convention, or agreement being considered at the Seventy-seventh WHA," the GOP senators urge. "Should you ignore this advice, we state in the strongest possible terms that we consider any such agreement to be a treaty requiring the concurrence of two-thirds of the Senate under Article II Section 2 of the Constitution."
"In light of the high stakes for our country and our constitutional duty, we call upon you to (1) withdraw your administration's support for the current IHR amendments and pandemic treaty negotiations, (2) shift your administration's focus to comprehensive WHO reforms that address its persistent failures without expanding its authority, and (3) should you ignore these calls, submit any pandemic related agreement to the Senate for its advice and consent."
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