WHO using funds to hire celebrity influencers to shove COVID-19 propaganda down your throat

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(Natural News) In a desperate attempt at salvaging its failed reputation, the World Health Organization (WHO) has partnered up with a high-powered public relations firm to have celebrities push WHO-approved Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) propaganda on the masses.

On May 1, the WHO signed a $135,000 contract with Hill + Knowlton Strategies to seek out celebrity “influencers” who might be effective at convincing the skeptics that the WHO and the United Nations at large are still somehow relevant and trustworthy.

According to documents recently filed by the Department of Justice (DOJ), the WHO is specifically seeking out celebrities with more than one million followers on social media, as these types of influencers will have the greatest reach, especially among young people.

“There has been criticism and assertions leveled against the World Health Organization (WHO) and media coverage that could undermine WHO as a trusted and critical information source on global public health issues,” the PR firm wrote in a statement.

It added that the goal is to “ensure there is trust in the WHO’s advice and that public health guidance is followed” in terms of how people respond to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic.

In addition to seeking out heavily followed influencers, Hill + Knowlton is also interested in identifying so-called “microinfluencers” with small, more niche, followings, as well as “health experts” who might be able to appear on news programs to act as “authorities” on the subject.

The documents obtained by the DOJ suggest that Hill + Knowlton’s work was scheduled to take place up through June 15, with the possibility of future consulting – meaning if you see any more celebrities singing the praises of the WHO’s response to the plandemic, this is probably the work of Hill + Knowlton.


Remember the “One World Together at Home” YouTube event? That was completely the product of PR propaganda

As you may recall, a litany of celebrity personalities made an appearance as part of the “One World Together at Home” propaganda event that was presented on YouTube by Global Citizen and the WHO back in April. This event featured such names as Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Elton John, and late-nigh hosts Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert.

The WHO has taken a considerable blow in recent days, however, with President Donald Trump suspending all U.S. funding of the UN body, followed by the complete withdrawal of the U.S. from the WHO back in early July.

This is a major development, seeing as how the U.S. has long been the biggest funder of the WHO, giving the organization upwards of $500 million in taxpayer funds every single year.

All of this obviously reflects poorly on the WHO, not to mention the fact that it just lost a considerable chunk of its annual operating revenue. Consequently, the WHO is seeking any avenue it can to get its message out, including by continuing to pay celebrity puppets the big bucks to spew endless plandemic propaganda.

“Who in Hollywood is for sale? All of them!” wrote one Breitbart News commenter. “Step right up and pick your hoar (slipped it past you, censors).”

“What’s particularly galling is to see U.S. taxpayer money funneled to the WHO, which then hires Hollywood personalities with our money to BS us!” wrote another, acknowledging the fact that American taxpayers have for decades been handing over their own hard-earned money to the government to be propagandized against their own interests.

As it turns out, the WHO is a puppet of communist China, which would explain why it has a vested interest in continuing to churn out Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) propaganda in the American “market.”

For more related news about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), be sure to check out Pandemic.news.

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