Dr. Anthony Fauci has been selected by Joe Biden as his special envoy to the World Health Organization. President Trump left the organization after it appeared the WHO had covered up the origins of the China virus.
In the reintroduction, Fauci told the WHO that the U.S. would repeal the “Mexico City Policy” which would allow U.S. taxpayer dollars to flow to pro-abortions groups globally.
According to The Daily Wire:
Dr. Fauci was selected Wednesday as the Biden administration’s official envoy to the World Health Organization, which President Biden rejoined as one of his first acts, despite the organization’s much-criticized record on handling the global coronavirus pandemic. President Donald Trump withdrew America’s support for and participation in the WHO last year, after noting that the WHO had willingly accepted information from Chinese officials who tried to obscure the COVID-19 virus’s origins, characteristics, and spread, and that the United States did not benefit from its outsized contribution to the global healthcare organization.
In his first statement to the WHO, Dr. Fauci was quick to note that the Biden administration would restore and even possibly expand support for abortion providers operating abroad.
“In prepared remarks released by the White House on Thursday, Dr. Anthony Fauci tells the World Health Organization’s executive board that Biden will soon revoke the Mexico City Policy ‘as part of his broader commitment to protect women’s health and advance gender equality at home and around the world,’” National Public Radio reported Thursday.
“President Biden will be revoking the ‘Mexico City policy’ in the coming days as part of his broader commitment to protect women’s health and advance gender equality at home and around the world,” Fauci told the WHO’s executive board.
The Mexico City Policy had been the policy of the United States since 2017.