Trump Halts Funding for WHO, Which Wanted to Use Coronavirus Funds to Kill Babies in Abortions

Abortion 2020 Election America Boycott Targets China Coronavirus Current Events Democrats International LifeNews Medical President Trump Press United Nations Washington Examiner World Health Organization

Trump Halts Funding for WHO, Which Wanted to Use Coronavirus Funds to Kill Babies in Abortions

President Donald Trump this afternoon announced he would halt federal taxpayer funding for the WHO, the international agency that has botched its response to the coronavirus. WHO has been accused of lying to the world about the coronavirus and it has come under fire for saying killing babies in abortions is somehow an essential procedure as the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic.

Over 62,000 Have Died From Coronavirus, But WHO Claims Killing Babies in Abortions is “Essential”

Abortion is considered an essential service during the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization said in a statement Saturday. The WHO said in its statement to the Daily Caller News Foundation that “services related to reproductive health are considered to be part of essential services during the COVID-19 outbreak.”

30,000 Doctors Say Killing Babies in Abortions During the Coronavirus Crisis is “Medically Irresponsible”

Representatives for more than 30,000 pro-life U.S. physicians denounced a statement from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and others last week claiming that abortion is an essential and urgent healthcare service that should not be restricted by the coronavirus pandemic.

UN Plan to Spend $2 Billion Fighting Coronavirus Will Include Killing Babies in Abortions

United Nations leaders are pushing through a $2 billion spending plan for the coronavirus that includes funding to abort unborn babies in elective abortions. According to C-Fam, abortions are considered “essential” in the new proposal by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

UN Partners With China to Push the One-Child Population Control Policy on African Nations

Last month, the first annual Africa-China Conference on Population and Development was held in Nairobi, Kenya. The event was jointly hosted by the Government of China, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and the Government of Kenya.