Sovereignty Coalition warns what WHO treaty would do

Sovereignty Coalition warns what WHO treaty would do

Sovereignty Coalition warns what WHO treaty would do

As the U.S. considers signing onto the World Health Organization's health accord, 18 congressional leaders are speaking out against the treaty and America's contributions to the agency.

The Sovereignty Coalition recently participated in a press conference on the U.S. Capitol Grounds to draw attention to a treaty the U.S. is negotiating with the "supranational United Nations agency that is effectively controlled by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)."

As AFN has reported, the agreement would change the WHO from merely an advisory board to one empowered to declare emergency status for 194 nations, moving the world much closer to the Bible-prophesied one-world government.

"Article 4 pays lip service to sovereignty and then completely overcomes that lip service by saying – quote – 'provided that activities within their jurisdiction or control do not cause damage to their people in other countries,' which empowers WHO to step in and prescribe what each country would do" in the event of another health emergency, New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith (R) explained at the press conference.

Article 10 of the treaty requires the U.S. to provide 20% of her medical supplies to WHO.

Congresswoman Harriet Hageman (R-Wyoming) pointed out that China exercises a good deal of influence and control over the agency.

"The reality is that international law does not trump our Constitution," she stated. "Biden cannot force Americans to follow laws and regulations not passed by our own federal government, and we will not tolerate and stand for this America last agenda."

The representatives argue that the United States, the biggest contributor to the World Health Organization, should withdraw from it and not be a signatory to the treaty.