The World Health Organization’s (WHO) radical Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, set off a firestorm earlier this week when he mistakenly said the Covid-19 booster shots are being used to “kill children.”
During a press conference on Monday in Geneva, Ghebreyesus experienced an inadvertent Freudian slip as he talked up the threat of the omicron variant and pushed the experimental vaccines.
When speaking about achieving vaccine “equity” in underdeveloped nations, and stressing the need to focus on administering the booster to the elderly and most vulnerable first, Ghebreyesus accidentally said the quiet part out loud.
From his comments:
We need to always put the equity issue into that factor. Because unless we try to vaccinate the unvaccinated, especially that we are missing because of equity problems, we may not get the desired outcome. It’s not just about booster issues. For instance, some countries are doing boosters very aggressively, while their hospitals are filled with people who are not vaccinated…
…So if it’s [the Covid-19 vaccine and booster] going to be used it’s better to focus on those groups of severe illness and death, rather as we see some countries are using to give boosters to kill children – this is not right.”
Take a look:
Say what???? pic.twitter.com/H59M8kEbgV
— Art TakingBack 🇺🇸 (@ArtValley818_) December 22, 2021
As InfoWars points out, if there was any question after watching the video about what the WHO chief says, YouTube’s AI-generated transcript recorded his precise wording, which also concluded that he said the word ‘kill’:
Despite mounting evidence in support of his statement, there is absolutely no way the radical director of the WHO is intentionally admitting that the experimental vaccine is deadly for children.
But that didn’t stop hysterical fact-checkers from immediately springing into action to ridiculously claim that the words never even came out of his mouth.
From Snopes, who labeled the claim false:
“No, WHO’s Director-General didn’t say Covid vaccines are ‘being used to kill children’
Ghebreyesus stated, ‘It’s better to focus on those [vulnerable] groups who have the risk of severe disease and death, rather than, as we see, some countries are using to give boosters to children, which is not right.’ He stumbled over the word ‘children,’ accidentally pronouncing the first syllable with a ‘k’ sound before immediately correcting himself.
A WHO spokesperson told the BBC, “He repeated the same syllable, with it coming out ‘cil-children.’ Any other interpretation of this is 100% incorrect.’”
Translation: don’t believe your lyin’ ears.
Instead of just admitting the mistake, they shamelessly act as if it never happened at all.
The WHO even removed the word from the official transcript of the event that was posted online.