The number of confirmed Wuhan coronavirus cases has surged past 1 million.
World health officials are desperate for accurate information in order to stop the spread of the global pandemic.
And one shocking interview proves a dangerous coronavirus cover-up.
Nearly 70,000 people have died as a result of the coronavirus outbreak that began in Wuhan, China.
Projections and modeling for the fallout of the virus have been all over the place because there’s still so much we don’t know about it.
However, one of the reasons we don’t know more is because the Communist Party of China lied and hid information relating to the outbreak. They reportedly knew about the virus back in mid-November, but initially did nothing to stop its spread.
Worse yet, the World Health Organization (WHO) has been taking China’s lies at face-value and spreading them to the masses.
There’s reason to believe that the WHO is in China’s pocket and one stunning interview just gave more credence to that belief.
Bruce Aylward, a doctor for the WHO, cut short an interview with a Hong Kong reporter when the topic of Taiwan arose. First, Aylward pretended he didn’t hear the question about Taiwan, then he hung up when the reporter insisted on the question.
She calls back & he said “Well, we’ve already talked about China.”
— 😷Hong Kong World City 🖐🏻☔️ (@HKWORLDCITY) March 28, 2020
This is stark evidence that the WHO is carrying water for China.
Mainland China refuses to recognize the independence of Taiwan, an island nation off the east coast of China.
When the reporter bluntly asked him about the inclusion of Taiwan in the WHO, Aylward mysteriously had technical difficulties. When the reporter called back, Aylward again ducked the question.
Aylward remains employed by the WHO, but his profile was suddenly pulled off the organization’s website, which the WHO claimed was a “coincidence”.
The fact that a doctor for the WHO wouldn’t answer a straightforward question about Taiwan shows, at minimum, that the WHO’s views on Taiwan are in total alignment with China’s.
It’s much more likely that China exerts a considerable amount of control over the organization.
As the coronavirus outbreak was ramping up in Wuhan, the WHO took China’s word that the spread of the virus wasn’t from human-to-human contact.
Health officials around the world acted on this faulty claim, which caused governments to proceed without critical information.
Once the dust settles on the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. government and other countries need to reassess just how reliable some of these globalist institutions are.