The Bill Gates Australian tour continues..
GATES PRESSED ON EPSTEIN
Just when Bill Gates thought he would be safe in the arms of Australia’s mainstream media, the billionaire looked flustered when suddenly asked a number of questions about his former relationship with the disgraced Jeffrey Epstein.
In a new interview with ABC’s 7.30, Gates was pressed on interactions he had with Epstein.
“One of the issues that has dogged you is that of your relationship with Jeffrey Epstein,” presented Sarah Ferguson asks the billionaire. “Do you regret the relationship that you maintained with him against Melinda’s advice and wishes?”
“You’re going way back in time,” Gates said while shrugging.
“I will say for over the hundredth time, yeah, I shouldn’t have had dinners with him.”
The presenter reiterated the term ‘relationship’, for which Gates emphatically returned to ‘clarify’ it was ‘just dinner’.
Gates was then pressed on about whether or not his former spouse had been warning him about Epstein’s reputation for “sexually compromising” people. Gates denied the assumption.
He also maintained that “there never was any relationship of any kind“ between The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Epstein or his finances.
The clip of the interview has begun to go viral, garnering over 3.4 million views on Twitter account as of this morning.
‘It’s all just a conspiracy theory’, suggested the tone of Gates.
This is despite the countless expose pieces detailing his relationship with Epstein that amounted to more than ‘a dinner’.
Perhaps not the casual interview question Gates was expecting, and given it is the ABC’s TV, neither would we.
Speaking of ‘conspiracy theories’, Gates also touched on the subject in the interview.
Revealing some of his attitudes and roles played in the ‘spotting’ of this ‘misinformation’.
‘LAUGHABLE’ ONLINE THEORIES
Bill Gates says he “complained” to tech companies about COVID-19 ‘conspiracy theories’ about him being spread online.
“Maybe I should complain even more, but I certainly point out false stories when they’re published, or even people who highlight sort of almost silly misinformation,” Gates told 7.30.
“There’s a constant dialogue of anybody who gets, you know, this crazy stuff published, going to the digital platforms and saying, ‘Hey, look at this, look at that.'”
“News media that would constantly bring it up, even though it’s laughable. That did more to spread the rumours,” he added.
Perhaps he caught wind of our April 2020 expose of him, just weeks after the first lockdowns occurred.
He wasn’t too impressed that some were aware of the larger picture from the very beginning.
Gates has previously lashed out at “wild” and “unexpected” ‘conspiracy theories’ during the 2020 pandemic period:
The awkward interview caps off a rough week for Gates in Australia, including sitting courtside as he watched the unjabbed (and detention centre attendee one year ago) Novak Djokovic take home back-to-back impressive wins.
All of sudden, a new ‘throat bacteria’ called Step A has been ‘detected’ in Australia.
One that ‘targets children’ only.
Watch this space to see what directives Bill has left during his stay.
Could it involve this new ‘disease’ on the loose?
Gates hinted in the 7.30 interview that “innovation is always going to surprise us”.
He also spoke on climate change action, adaption to AI and more.
We will have to wait and see.
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