Pandemic Treachery: The Intelligence Agent Who Shut Down America

Matt Pottinger, Deputy National Security Advisor in the Trump Administration, may go down in history as a modern-day Alger Hiss. Hiss was high-ranking State Department official ultimately convicted of being a Communist spy. He is also credited with the idea of creating the World Health Organization in 1948. This article shows that Pottinger was a conduit for lockdown policies that came straight out of China. ⁃ TN Editor

In 1948, the US House of Representatives received a tip from a man named Whittaker Chambers that several federal officials had been working for the communists. One of these officials was more than happy to appear before Congress to clear his name—a leading State Department and United Nations representative named Alger Hiss.

The rakish Hiss was the exemplary American statesman: Polite, pedigreed, well-spoken, and a Harvard man to boot. During the 1945 United Nations conference, the Chinese delegation had proposed the creation of a new international health organization. After the Chinese failed to get a resolution passed, Hiss recommended establishing the organization by declaration, and the World Health Organization was born.

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