The World Economic Forum did not sign an order to cancel U.S. elections
The World Economic Forum (WEF) did not sign an order cancelling U.S. elections. The claim that they did is a conspiracy theory that has been circulating online.
The WEF is an international organization that brings together business, government, and civil society leaders to discuss global issues. It is not a government or a supranational organization. It does not have the power to cancel elections.
The claim that the WEF signed an order cancelling U.S. elections appears to have originated from a blog post that was published on Aug. 29, 2023, by The People's Voice (archive.ph/wip/sUZIr) with the headline, "WEF Signs Order Cancelling U.S. Election: Americans Must Be Ruled By Global Elite For Their Good.". The post was written by a conspiracy theorist with a history of making false claims.
The post was shared on social media and quickly went viral. However, no evidence supports the claim that the WEF signed an order cancelling U.S. elections.
The WEF has denied the claim and has called it "fake news." The organization has also said it is committed to democracy and believes that elections are essential for a healthy democracy.
The claim that the WEF signed an order cancelling U.S. elections is a dangerous and harmful conspiracy theory. It is important to be aware of these types of claims and be critical of the information you see online.
False. The World Economic Forum did not sign an order to cancel U.S. elections.