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I agree that there should be a mass exodus from the WHO. I oppose the very idea of "public" health on the grounds that health is an intimately individual capacity and cannot be "public." But in the US, at least, no president can unilaterally agree to any treaty or international agreement that is binding on the states or on individuals. I'll quote a constitutional law attorney: "Biden does not have the authority to make any unilateral deals with the WHO. Biden is not 'signing away our sovereignty.' If he signs a deal no state is obligated to comply and every state is obligated to refuse...Any unilateral deals made by any president are absolutely invalid for two simple reasons: 1. The Constitution requires all foreign agreements (treaties) be ratified by a vote of 2/3 of the Senate. 2. The Constitution also declares any agreement not ratified by 2/3 of the Senate is not binding upon the states. Even if the Senate were to ratify such an agreement with the WHO it would

also be non-binding on the states because the Constitution does not authorize the federal government to make any health treaties. The worst thing is that it is mostly conservatives who are repeating these lies instead of encouraging governors to make a public stand against this garbage. Show me the article, section, and clause that proves me wrong." KrisAnne Hall at krisannehall.com.

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