by Jared Evan
With Bill Gates appearing on cable news channels and late-night TV shows, the Gates Foundation is once more pushing their way to the forefront of vaccine research.
Bill Gates publicists are working hard to squelch any rumors of Gates visiting the late
pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s sex island.
In 2009, the Gates Foundation was funding the vaccine research for Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine, Gardasil, which was eventually passed for usage by the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) , but not before a series of controversial studies in India , which led to serious side effects and several deaths of those involved in the research experiments.
The Gates Foundation escaped the controversy and only “wild conspiracy theorists” dare mention the HPV vaccine and the studies in India.
Over the past decade, Bill Gates has transformed from an IT businessman into a global philanthropist. The foundation that he set up along with his wife is involved in hundreds of projects related to healthcare for the poor. Vaccination is a significant area of work and BMGF has projects running in almost every country that is counted as poor. BMGF continues to partner PATH (American NGO that conducts studies, Program for Appropriate Technology in Health) in a number of studies such as the ones for a Rotavirus vaccine and pneumococcal vaccine in several countries, mainly Africa and Asia, India Times reported.
It is not confirmed the extent in which the Gates Foundation is involved with COVID-19 vaccine development, but it is safe to assume with Gates popping up on dozens of TV shows, they are deeply involved.
Interestingly enough, a “Fact check” article from Reuters started spreading like wildfire in the media, refuting the accusations that Bill Gates went to Epstein’s island of perversion.
Reuter’s says: “Viral claims circulating on social media claim billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has traveled to Jeffrey Epstein’s island multiple times. While Gates and Epstein had met in the past, this claim, based on flight logs recently subpoenaed, is untrue”
Reuter’s points to the flight logs, which do not include Gates name.
It would appear that the Gates Foundation made sure this article was propelled into the public to dispel any more negative sentiment towards Gates, who is the frequent subject of vaccine skeptics, right wing journalists, “conspiracy theorists” and scientists with opposing views.
Like all rumors and theories, there was a lot of truth to the rumor. The NY Times reported in October of 2019 that Gates and Epstein did in fact meet.
The Times reported that, “beginning in 2011, Mr. Gates met with Mr. Epstein on numerous occasions” and “Employees of Mr. Gates’s foundation also paid multiple visits to Mr. Epstein’s mansion.” Exchanges were recorded and reported by the newspaper, including possible philanthropic collaboration.
With Bill Gates on the tips on everyone’s tongue, the last thing a billionaire philanthropist wants is rumors that he is a pedophile. This kind of press would be even more damaging than the Dr. Judy Mikovits book which is tearing up the NY Times best seller list.