Donald Trump terminated America’s relationship with the globalists at the World Health Organization (WHO) during his last year in office.
Joe Biden reversed Trump’s decision and reinstated taxpayer funding to the WHO.
And a budget just surfaced that reveals how the World Health Organization is using those millions to promote abortion.
Most Americans don’t trust the globalists at the World Health Organization after it supported the authoritarian lockdowns and mandates during the COVID pandemic.
Joe Biden tried to push America into signing on to the WHO’s global pandemic treaty, which would have opened the door to allowing it to declare a public health crisis in a country without any input from the governor or the people.
Donald Trump cut ties with the World Health Organization in May of 2020 in large part due to its gross mishandling of the pandemic on the global stage.
But Joe Biden made reinstating the WHO’s funding one of his first moves in office.
Of course, there’s a reason why Joe Biden is a strong supporter of the WHO.
Abortion is considered a sacred right in the Democrat Party and the World Health Organization supports abortion on demand without restrictions.
WHO Director General Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus referred to abortion as “healthcare that saves lives” earlier this year.
The World Health Organization recently released its Human Reproduction Programme (HRP) budget detailing how funds will be spent.
The WHO allocated a staggering 11% of its budget to promote so-called “safe abortion.”
The budget includes a graphic that declares “abortion is healthcare” and is a “human right.”
It even funds so-called “self-managed” abortion.
“A powerful development in recent years has been the increasing evidence base for moving medical abortion care to the community level and for women to self-manage all or parts of the process,” the budget read.
Even though “safe abortions” makes up 11% of the budget, “violence against women and girls” only gets a small five percent.
The WHO’s budget also promises to try to force its abortion agenda on sovereign countries.
“HRP will step up its technical support to countries with a focus on guideline implementation and integration of services into primary health care and universal health coverage,” the World Health Organization’s Human Reproduction Program budget read. “HRP will also continue to guide progressive policy development and reform to increase access to safe abortion care through documenting the impact of diverse interpretations and applications of abortion laws and policies (both facilitative and restrictive) on access to and availability of services.”
The WHO is hell-bent on pushing abortion-on-demand on a global level.
And thanks to Joe Biden, the United States is now one of the top three contributors to the World Health Organization.
Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.