Having already been vilified by the mainstream media, de-platformed by big tech, and labeled a “conspiracy theorist” by the government, Dr. Robert Malone apparently has nothing more to lose when it comes to spreading the truth behind the COVID-19 drug. It should be noted that Dr. Malone isn’t some foot therapist who believes a few hours on the internet made him an expert on the COVID-19 jab. Instead, Dr. Malone is considered the inventor behind the mRNA technology. But even with his history and credentials, mainstream news outlets refuse to let him be heard on their platforms. Luckily, Daily Wire’s Candace Owens recently sat down with the doctor and learned some surprising facts about Microsoft founder Bill Gates. 

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In the video, which is featured below, Owens and Dr. Malone discussed more than just Bill Gates as they also touched on big pharma, children being forced to wear masks, mass-formation psychosis, and vaccines. But among all the topics, it was what the doctor accused philanthropist Gates of doing that stood out. 


Instead of being the person who is trying to help save the world, as the media portrays him, Dr. Malone pointed out how Gates is nothing more than a billionaire businessman. Although history might remember him as the founder of Microsoft, apparently, Gates isn’t as great at building and coding as he is at turning a profit and selling a product. With that in mind, Dr. Malone expressed how he believed the billionaire has monopolized the global response to COVID-19. 

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