Hollywood In Hot Water After They Raise Money For The Poor W.H.O After Trump Pulls Funding
Hollywood went all-in in a star-studded event and did a benefit concert for the World Health Organization, the fundraiser was after President Trump announced he’s pulling the organizations funding.
The concert called, “One World” was done by the WHO and the non-profit group Global Citizen, was broadcasted on multiple television channels in the US and around the world. The goal was to raise money for the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
Breitbart News reported:
The line-up of stars for the event included Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez, Elton John, and Lady Gaga, who even described W.H.O. Director-General Tedros Adhanom as a “superstar.”
The concert also attracted contributions from political figures such as former first ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush, as well as celebrity supporters of the cause including former soccer star David Beckham and Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
However, many people were not happy about the event. A reviewer on Amazon unloaded, “If I could give No stars I would. WHO lied! People died!! Let’s not forgot this!!! While we’re home given up our freedom and most of us without jobs these CELEBRITIES ask us to help raise money for the WHO?! Forget it!”
“Yes, we need useless celebrities preaching to us how this isn’t China’s fault and how we should just all live as one nation,” added another.
At no time during the fundraiser did the WHO apologize for lying to the world about how dangerous the Wuhan coronavirus was, nor did they apologize for helping China cover up the pandemic.
The star-studded event comes as Americans who have been ordered to shelter in place – some for as long as 6 weeks – are getting tired of hearing celebrities attacking those who want to get the country moving.
Unlike most Americans, celebrities earn enough money they don’t need to work.
It’s easy to stay home when you can afford to stock your refrigerator with $13 a pint ice cream.