"He's Dead": Bill Gates Squirms After Being Asked About His Relationship With Jeffrey EpsteinChris Menahan
Sep. 21, 2021
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Billionaire Bill Gates started stammering and squirming after being asked about his repeated meetings with child-sex-trafficking blackmail operative Jeffrey Epstein during an interview with PBS released Tuesday.
Gates said he "regrets" meeting Epstein repeatedly in the wake of his conviction for soliciting prostitution from a minor but said that because "he's dead" now there's no real lessons to be learned.
JUDY WOODRUFF, PBS NEWSHOUR: I also want to ask you about something else in the public arena. It was reported at that time that you had a number of meetings with Jeffrey Epstein, who, when you met him 10 years ago, he was convicted of soliciting prostitution from minors. What did you know about him when you were meeting with him, as you have said yourself, in the hopes of raising money?Note how he refused to say what he knew about Epstein before meeting with him time and time again.
Epstein was funded by billionaires Les Wexner and Leon Black, neither of whom have been held accountable in any way.
WOODRUFF: It was reported that you continued to meet with him over several years, and that — in other words, a number of meetings. What did you do when you found out about his background?There's nothing "new" because Epstein was suicided in prison and the case was covered-up.
Note, he again refused to say what he knew about Epstein and when he knew it.
WOODRUFF: Is there a lesson for you, for anyone else looking at this?Dead men tell no tales!
Woodruff didn't ask him about his flight on Epstein's "Lolita Express."
Gates, who has been leading the global response to the covid pandemic despite not being an epidemiologist, went on to say how he funded mRNA vaccines "when it was still viewed as something that would never work."
WOODRUFF: And so for people watching who wonder about the future of the Gates Foundation, what's your message?We're supposed to focus on how great he is rather than how he flew on the Lolita Express and met regularly with a child-sex-trafficking blackmail operative.
"He's dead," so just move on -- the rest of our elites sure have!
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