Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues in D.C. as Democrats push for more funding to supposedly defeat it, most Americans have moved past the outlandish mandates to more pressing matters like soaring gas prices and the baby formula shortage. There is also the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia. But as for the COVID-19 pandemic and how the government reacted, Dr. Robert Malone, the man behind the mRNA technology, recently admitted that the decisions being made weren’t based on public health and weren’t even made by professionals.
Taking part in a documentary series, Headwind —The Debate: Dr. Robert Malone vs. Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, Dr. Malone explained how when it came to the COVID-19 plan, it was mostly focused on making profit. And while most know that pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and Moderna made billions, Microsoft founder Bill Gates also saw his fortunes increase. Take a look.
Explaining how the billionaire’s investments led to how the government reacted, Dr. Malone said, “There is a tension between noble objectives and a desire to do good. And the practical reality of doing so in the environment in which there are so many commercial stakes, so much profit involved, and so many different agendas that are pursuing that profit in those business opportunities. And I must say I’m compelled by a video tape of Bill Gates at Whistler, some ski resort, where he was really quite proud of the investments that he had personally made in his portfolio. Stock investments, equity investments in key vaccine companies like Moderna and Pfizer, and BioNTech, and what an enormous return on investment those actions had produced.”
The doctor added that it was due to these investments that the government was so focused on a “vaccine” solution. “It wasn’t the language was not around doing good, it was around making profit from this industry. And from this outbreak, whatever his intentions, you have an individual with a bias towards one solution, that being a vaccine solution, almost to the exclusion of all others. That exerts such a huge influence on decision making, that the phrase of Animal Farm comes to mind. You know, all pigs are created equal, but some are more equal than others. And Bill Gates is clearly more equal than others in voices and he is not an expert and he clearly has a bias. And it’s been well documented that he has distorted public health globally and continues to do so.”
Users online shared their opinions, writing, “I’d say the quest for world domination is a serious conflict of interest. Ergo, Gates has far less credibility than special interests give him credit for. Quite simply, his money is why he even has a seat at the table. He is otherwise a nobody in the world of health and science. I will not take any vaccine funded by this rich kook.”
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