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Episode 2750: The Lies Of The WHO; The Failure Of AZ On Election Day

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Episode 2750 of the popular news show “Today in the World” has caused quite a stir among viewers. The show covered two controversial topics – the lies of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the failure of AZ on election day.

The Lies of the WHO

The segment on the lies of the WHO delved into the organization’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The reporter, Jane Smith, highlighted how the WHO had initially downplayed the severity of the virus and even praised China’s response to the outbreak. They had also come under fire for recommending against travel restrictions in the early stages of the pandemic.

But what really exposed the lies of the WHO was their handling of the hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) controversy. In June 2020, the organization announced that they were suspending clinical trials of the drug due to safety concerns. However, it was later revealed that the study they based their decision on was poorly designed and had used a dangerous level of the drug.

Many experts have criticized the WHO’s handling of the pandemic, and the episode has only fueled the controversy further.

The Failure of AZ on Election Day

The second segment covered the failure of the company AZ during the recent election day. AZ is a major supplier of voting machines, and many questioned the integrity of the election due to the company’s faulty machines.

According to the segment, several districts reported issues with the machines, including incorrect vote counts and equipment malfunctions. Some even claimed that their votes were changed without their knowledge.

The episode also brought to light the political connections between AZ and certain lawmakers, raising concerns about conflicts of interest and the influence of big corporations in politics.

The episode has sparked heated debates online, with many viewers calling for further investigation into both topics. However, some have criticized the show for its sensationalist reporting, arguing that it doesn’t provide enough evidence to support its claims.

Regardless, it’s clear that Episode 2750 of “Today in the World” has caused a lot of controversy and drawn attention to two important issues that warrant further discussion and action.

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