Republican lawmakers have moved to “Defund Davos” by introducing a new bill to the U.S. House of Representatives that seeks to block taxpayer money from funding Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF).
The WEF, founded by German economist Schwab, is a non-governmental organization that’s dominated by corporate leaders and global power elites.
The unelected group promotes global governance and centralized, undemocratic authority.
House Republicans have just fired back by introducing their “Defund Davos” bill to Congress.
Sponsored by Reps. Scott Perry (R-PA), Tom Tiffany (R-WI), and Lauren Boebert (R-CO), the legislation seeks to stop tax dollars flowing to the group following the WEF’s exploitation of COVID-19 to advance its corporate-leftist social agenda.
The “Defund Davos Act” would ensure that U.S. taxpayer money will not be used to fund the WEF’s radical anti-American ambitions.
The bill is a continuation of previous efforts from President Donald Trump’s administration to withdraw from other international bodies like the World Health Organization (WHO).
“No funds available to the Department of State, the United States Agency for International Development, or any other department or agency may be used to provide funding for the World Economic Forum,” reads the bill, H.R. 8748.
The bill has since been referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
The WEF is able to push its progressive social agenda through deep partnerships and personnel overlap with the world’s leading corporations.
In addition to relying on the private sector to implement WEF-sanctioned policies, including social credit scores and digital banking, government officials are also crucial to the group’s mission.
Beyond hosting an annual summit in Davos, Switzerland with many high-level government officials, corporate leaders, and heads of state, the WEF liaises with younger politicians through its Young Global Leaders program.
Of the agencies targeted by the Defund Davos Act, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has come under scrutiny for sending taxpayer dollars to an American nonprofit that collaborated with a Chinese Communist Party-run lab believed to be at the center of the origins of COVID-19.
USAID supported the pandemic preparedness initiatives of EcoHealth Alliance, despite the group’s bat coronavirus research.
The research includes manipulating pathogens to make them deadlier to humans, resembling similarities to COVID-19.