Who Funds the WHO? Bill Gates Donates Additional $150 Million After Trump Suspends US Payments

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The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the pandemic using false models and bad data. Trump suspended funding to WHO claiming it has “severely mismanaged” the coronavirus pandemic. The US is the biggest government contributor to WHO and spends more than $400 million per year. 194 member countries that pay fees to the WHO, but this only accounts for 20% of its budget, while 75% of its budget comes from voluntary contributions from tax exempt foundations, governments and companies that have an interest in setting medical policy. The second largest contributor to the WHO is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that paid $531 million over the past two years, and the GAVI Vaccine Alliance, founded by Bill Gates, that paid $371 million. Whoever pays the piper calls the tune.

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