U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-10), joined by Representatives Tom Tiffany (WI-07), Paul Gosar (AZ-09), Diana Harshbarger (TN-01), Andy Ogles (TN-05), and Matt Rosendale (MT-02), introduced the Defund Davos Act. The bill would prohibit the Department of State and the United States Agency for International Development from providing any funding to the World Economic Forum.
“Forcing American Taxpayers to fund annual ski trips for insular, global elitists is absurd – not to mention reprehensible,” said Rep. Perry. “The World Economic Forum doesn’t deserve one cent of American funding, and it’s past time we defund Davos.”
Hosted in Davos, Switzerland, the World Economic Forum’s annual conference brings together CEOs, world leaders, and other officials to discuss elitist, dystopian ideas like global solidarity and eating bugs to solve world hunger. Throughout the years, the U.S. has spent millions to fund the Forum and its anti-American conference.
“The wealthy WEF globalists should not receive Americans’ hard-earned tax dollars,” said Rep. Tiffany. “The Defund Davos Act would ensure that U.S. tax dollars are not funding the World Economic Forum and their reset on our way of life. I thank Congressman Perry for leading this important effort.”
The Davos conference allows the global elites and leaders of countries like China and Iran to argue against the interests of the American People and devise means by which global governance can be implemented. The Forum’s objectives include designing and implementing a global financial system, getting countries to enforce electric vehicle purchases and car sharing, using Artificial Intelligence to drive the economy and society, and other global public interests.
Readers are urged to contact their federal MP’s and ask they introduce similar legisation.