In January, the Biden Administration quietly proposed amendments to the United Nations’ 2005 international health regulations (IHR) that would effectively hand the Director-General of the WHO unilateral powers to declare public health emergencies.
Jonathan Alexandre, a senior counsel from the international litigation nonprofit Liberty Counsel, reported that these IHR amendments have been “under the radar” to prevent objections to the unconstitutionality of the proposed changes.
Alexandre explained this further in an interview with NTD News, saying,
“They’ve done this undercover because they knew at any point, if you were to tell Americans you’re ceding the authority to an international body that is unaccountable to the people, if the media were to echo that message, certainly Americans would have no regard for this.
And we ought not to have any regard for this international body that is not accountable to us.”