Bill Gates has been portrayed as a villain in multiple movies. Sara Cunial, a former member of Italy’s Parliament, called for Bill Gates to be tried for “crimes against humanity.”
The suggestion that Gates and Dr. Anthony Fauci worked together to formulate an “evil plot” to produce ineffective and sometimes dangerous vaccines gained traction in recent weeks.
On Tuesday, Gates denied allegations, dismissed the lab leak theory and laughed off claims the vaccines were engineered to track people.
Gates shared his comments during an interview with Trevor Noah on the “What Now” podcast. When asked about nefarious dealings related to COVID, Gates called the claims “insane.”
Pointing to his history of philanthropic activity, including the recent funding of medical research and vaccine production plants in South Africa, Gates vehemently denied being part of any “scheme to harm the human population,” according to Fox News.
Gates notably said in 2022 that “Vaccines are a miracle.”
Notably, Gates has advocated for depopulation in the past.
During the interview, Gates shared about being confronted by a woman in Seattle, Washington, who accused him of putting a “tracker” inside her via the COVID vaccine.
Gates recalled: “I looked at her, and I said, gosh, I really don’t need to track you; I’m sorry. Let me take the chip out of you.”
Gates then erupted in laughter.
Responding to claims that he conspired with Dr. Fauci to depopulate the earth, Gates called them all conspiracy theories — likening them to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Noting that a book claiming there was an evil alliance between him and Fauci, Gates said: “The fact that a book that talks about Fauci and I having an evil plot, killing millions of children with vaccines — the fact that could sell so well, you know, was just another surprise to me about human nature and how having an oversimplistic explanation about what was going on or the motivations, that was kind of shocking.”
Of having ill intent, Gates said, “You almost have to laugh because it’s so crazy.”
Gates concluded the interview by encouraging children to be vaccinated, just as children now receive a measles vaccine before entering school to ensure the safety of the general population.
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