Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says ‘we need a new way of doing the vaccines’ because ‘we didn’t have vaccines that block transmission’
With at least 7.36 billion covid shots deployed worldwide and over 434 million doses already administered in the U.S., the world’s most influential “public health” advocate Bill Gates appears to be casting doubt on the technology behind the mRNA vaccines and calling for a “new way of doing the vaccines.”
In an exclusive interview that didn’t get a lot of media attention here in the United States, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates told the UK think thank that the current vaccines aren’t blocking covid transmission. “We didn’t have vaccines that block transmission,” said Gates, contradicting previous interviews in which he claimed the vaccines significantly block transmission.
“We got vaccines that help you with your health, but they only slightly reduce the transmission,” Gates told Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP during a Policy Exchange interview.
Bill Gates is right. With rising covid rates in the most vaccinated countries like Israel, Ireland, and the UK, it’s apparent that the mRNA shots are doing little, if nothing at all, to stop covid transmission. For example, Ireland, the most vaccinated nation in the European Union with a 91% vaccination rate, recorded the highest number of covid patients in hospitals in seven months. In addition, the impact and the efficacy of these vaccines against the virus appear to wane after 6 months.
That’s not all. Gates then made a pretty shocking statement:
“We need a new way of doing the vaccines.”
Just like that, Microsoft co-founder Gates appears to be wiping his hands clean of his involvement in the worldwide mRNA experiment, having invested billions of dollars through his foundation. For example, Gavi Vaccine Alliance is a global Vaccine Alliance founded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that struck a deal with the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca to develop covid vaccines.
It’s a surprising tone from a man who has turned his $55 million vaccine investment in Pfizer’s partner, BioNTech, into over $550 million in just under two years. BioNTech is not the only vaccine maker Gates invested in. As Fool.com also wrote, Microsoft co-founder through his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, also invested in three other coronavirus vaccine stocks Pfizer, CureVac, and Vir Biotechnology.
Gates didn’t end there. He went on to warn that tens of billions need to be spent in a research effort to ensure the world is better prepared for the next pandemic. As we reported last week, Gates also called for a new international Pandemic Task Force, with a budget of about $1 billion per year, to “germ game” future pandemics and bioterrorist attacks.
As the interview draws to a close, Gates threw his support for the Police State models for Covid “mitigation” that are currently being implemented in New Zealand and Australia. Gates said, “At least Australia and New Zealand showed that competent management could keep the death rate down pretty dramatically.”
Below is a video of the interview.