Video: Bill Gates Smiles When It’s Suggested That Nonvaccinated Should Be Withheld Their Social Security Checks

During his last interview, Bill Gates said that spending time with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was “a huge mistake” in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

The interview covered Gates’ relationship with Epstein, which he says was an attempt to get “billions for philanthropy,” as well as Gates’ alleged workplace misbehavior at Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Gates’ story regarding his relationship with Epstein hasn’t changed much since their meetings came to light. In 2019, he told The Wall Street Journal that he had met Epstein, but “didn’t have any business relationship or friendship with him.” A month later, The New York Times quoted a spokesperson for Gates, who said that Gates “regrets ever meeting with Epstein and recognizes it was an error in judgment to do so.” The statement, and further comments from the spokesperson in the article, mention the same promises of charitable donations from Epstein that Gates talks about in his CNN interview.

Video below:

This was the main focus of the interview and it was reported by most of the mainstream media.

But during the interview, there was a COVID king moment by the Microsoft founder where he smiles when it’s suggested that the elderly should be withheld their social security checks until they get vaccinated with the COVID vaccine.

We ripped the video and you can watch it below:

He also talked about his vaccine investments in another video:

Social Security belongs to the people! That is their money, that they worked for all their life. The government has already borrowed from it until it’s almost bankrupt. Leave their money alone!

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George Rowe

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