The Globalists In Plain Sight – Frank Gaffney, Reggie Littlejohn On WHO

BY CHRISTINE DOLAN | The Connecticut Centinal | Apr 27, 2024

CDM’s Globalists In Plain Sight Host Christine Dolan interviews Frank Gaffney, Founder of the Center for Security Policy, and Reggie Littlejohn, Founder of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, about what is at stake before the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland May 27, 2024.

The Biden administration and the WHO’s intentions are to pass International Health Regulations amendments and a pandemic treaty to surrenders nations’ sovereignty to the World Health Organization.

Gaffney and Littlejohn have organized the Sovereignty Coalition to stop the WHO’s efforts.

“The Sovereignty Coalition is a non-partisan group of patriotic, public policy-minded leaders, organizations and individuals who share a profound commitment to the U.S. Constitution and the God-given freedoms it guarantees. They are determined to protect these foundations of the Republic by defending its national sovereignty against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” states the Coalition leaders and members.

They recently organized a press conference on Capitol Hill with senators and congressional members to address these matters.

Congressman Chip Roy (R-TX) has introduced a bill to pull out of the World Health Organization. Former President Trump pulled out of the WHO. The Biden administration rejoined the WHO in 2021.

Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) has introduced a bill that if the WHO passes any treaty, the Senate must vote on it. The Biden administration does not want the US Senate to vote on it.

Alternatively, the coalition wants to delay the vote in May if all other efforts fail.

Both Gaffney and LittleJohn are calling for the public to become educated about this issue and are encouraging Americans to make it a major political discussion during the 2024 election.

What the WHO is proposing is a “coup,” says Gaffney. “It is a global coup,” says LittleJohn.

The Sovereignty Coalition is asking for the public to sign this petition and reach out to their congressional representatives and senators on the national and state level.