Comrade de Blasio’s wife dances for #WeAreFamily campaign which benefits Chicom enablers WHO

Chirlane McCray shared a cringe-worthy vide of her dancing away to support a “social impact enterprise” that benefits WHO. Watch:

The “social impact enterprise” is called Unity Strong, founded by singer Kim Sledge. They have a song you can download in benefit of the WHO Foundation. From their web site: “…with the support of the World Health Organization, to address the most pressing global health challenges of today and tomorrow, including the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The “We Are Family” campaign was announced by Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, General-Director at WHO. Remember this guy?

Dr. Tedros and his Chicom buddy

He’s the good doctor who helped the Chicoms deceive the world about their knowledge of the Wuhan virus and then warned us not to politicize Wuhan virus.

Instead of dancing and raising money for a corrupt organizaton that conspired with the Chicoms, Chirlane should be raising money for the 1,000+ restaurants that have permanently closed in NYC.

Yet it’s easier to virtue signal on Twitter than it is to acknowledge your husband’s policies that have killed the livelihood of so many NYC business owners.

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CogitoErgoSumantra
CogitoErgoSumantra
1 month ago

Was that Mrs. Obama, or a daughter? I couldn’t tell.

Jackie Puppet
1 month ago

Interesting that she decides to take off the mask when she steps outside…

I’ll give her this much – at least she was smart enough not to appear on Ellen wearing white pants, all the better to see some swinging nuts!

andre
andre
1 month ago

Detestable woman with detestable husband

truckjunkie
truckjunkie
1 month ago

NO MASK????

Captain America
Captain America
1 month ago

Sure thought that was Michael Obama swinging his junk to a song I now used to like.