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Trudeau government researchers have stated in a report that the World Health Organization (WHO) praised the Chinese regime's handling of the pandemic too quickly.
This "created confusion" over the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic, according to Blacklock's Reporter. The Canadian government also followed WHO advice meticulously—often resulting in botched health tactics.
"It is difficult to distinguish World Health Organization recommendations based on science and expertise versus political recommendations," detailed a jaw-dropping line in the report.
The researches continued, saying "China’s actions were praised on multiple occasions by the WHO without scientific background and context."
Despite the WHO's repeated inaccuracies and self-contradictions, the Trudeau government—led by the Health Minister Patty Hajdu—defended both the Chinese regime and the WHO.
At one point, Hajdu accused a journalist of spreading conspiracy theories after they asked her a question about how the Chinese regime forged coronavirus data.
Earlier this year in May, Hajdu also defended the WHO as a whole, saying "the World Health Organization has played an important role in helping convene scientists and researchers from around the world to understand the science."
The federal study which illustrates the WHO's corruption also made a note of how Japanese authorities called the institution the "Chinese Health Organization."
Like Hajdu, the WHO "praised China for its management and its willingness to share information." It also said it was "reassured by China’s actions."
In January, the WHO declared that there was "no clear evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission," going on to further praise China for their management of the virus.
"The World Health Organization appears too far removed as a source of information to be able to reduce stress, anxiety and misinformation," concluded the report.