Global health security is a wrecking ball to the U.S. Constitution

Our Stand: at-a-glance

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) has influenced health policy in America, and the White House continues to funnel billions of tax dollars to unelected global decision-makers.
  • It is widely accepted that the WHO mishandled the response to coronavirus (and arguably it has failed upward by fumbling response to all pandemics over the years).
  • The U.S. is currently involved in negotiations that are intended to strengthen the power and autonomy of the World Health Organization through an international treaty as well as updates to the current regulations, the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005).
  • President Biden has shown Americans through his decades of actions in public office since he was elected in 1972 to the U.S. Senate that he supports a global health security agenda.
  • U.S. states have the right and responsibility to keep their citizens safe through public health choices.
  • Entanglement with the World Health Organization has affected public policy in our communities and has put American lives in danger.
  • The farther removed health decisions become from individuals, the more dangerous they are.
  • One-size-fits-all health decisions cannot lead to good health outcomes for individuals.
  • The Zero Draft of the pandemic treaty includes provisions to override American sovereignty. 
  • HR79, the WHO Withdrawal Act, has been introduced in Congress but has not yet been scheduled for a hearing by the Foreign Affairs Committee, despite ongoing negotiations and proposed adoption of the new treaty in May 2024.
  • The White House has shown America its commitment to strengthening an unelected global body over the needs and desires of Americans.
  • Congress must act to stop the White House from its abuse of power in tying American public health policy to a global body with no accountability to U.S. citizens.
  • Use our form to contact the House Foreign Affairs Committee today to let them know that exiting the WHO needs to be a priority, and they must schedule HR79 for a hearing, reporting  it out of committee with a recommended YES vote by the U.S. Congress. 
  • Also use our form to contact your elected officials to urge them to cosponsor the WHO Withdrawal Act.


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