Arizona’s McSally Calls for ‘Communist’ Director of World Health Organization to Step Down
Arizona Senator Martha McSally called for the Director of the World Health Organization to step down on Thursday, citing Tedros Adhanon’s suspect ties to the Chinese government and the organization’s inability to properly sound the alarm on the dangers the coronavirus posed to the global community.
McSally cited Adhanon’s Communist ties when calling for his resignation in an interview with Fox Business.
“I’ve never trusted a communist. And their cover-up of this virus that originated with them, has caused unnecessary deaths around America and around the world.”
Adhanon is a member of a left-wing Ethiopian political party called the Tigray People’s Liberation Front. He was formerly a member of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front. Both organizations professed an allegiance to Marxist ideology before the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
“The WHO needs to stop covering for [China.] I think Dr. Tedros needs to step down. We need to take some action to address this issue. It’s just irresponsible, it’s unconscionable what they have done here while we have people dying across the globe.”
Adhanon had shockingly praised China for its supposed “transparency” in reporting the coronavirus epidemic. The nation actually jailed dissident doctors who were warning that the virus was far more severe than the 2002 SARS epidemic that originated in the country. The Ethiopian doctor had earlier been Beijing’s preferred candidate to lead the UN health institution.
The WHO Director also went on to condemn Donald Trump for instituting a travel ban on China in the midst of the pandemic’s rise, a common-sense move that seems to have been the bare minimum at least as the United States shifts to the global epicenter of the pandemic. The organization also peddled blatant misinformation on the effectiveness of masks in protecting the public from the disease.
British authorities also believe that China is significantly undercounting its coronavirus casualty count.
The UN-affiliated globalist agency is far from accountable to the will of the American or global public, but Adhanon’s track record suggests his credibility is far from medically sound.