Biden's WHO pandemic treaty would kill Americans in the name of 'equity'
New York Post
President Joe Biden's diplomats are negotiating a treaty with the World Health Organization to promote "global health equity." The premise is that in a pandemic or other worldwide disease emergency, Americans should not get better or faster health care than inhabitants of third world countries.
If Biden rams this through, Americans will suffer and die needlessly.
The treaty is so outrageous that it would never get approved by two-thirds of the Senate, as the US Constitution requires.
But the administration is indicating it may try an end run around that requirement, deeming it an international agreement instead.
Under the draft treaty, presented Monday in Geneva, the United States will be obligated to hand over a whopping 20% of its medical supplies, including diagnostic tests, antiviral medications and vaccines, to WHO for global distribution.
Article 10 of the treaty specifies this will be done “in real time,” not after American needs are met.
The United States will no longer be able to rush treatments and vaccines to its own citizens, prioritizing them before sending aid to other countries.
Grandma will have to wait longer for her Paxlovid or other treatments because those items, now being stockpiled and paid for by American taxpayers, will be shipped to Nigeria, Uruguay, Afghanistan and other underdeveloped nations.