Wednesday on PBS’s NewsHour, billionaire Microsoft founder and Big Pharma supporter Bill Gates said “he’s dead” when asked about what lesson he learned from his previously admitted “mistake” of meeting with “suicided” convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
“You know, I had dinners with him. I regret doing that,” Gates said. “He had relationships with people he said would give to global health, which is an interest I have. Not nearly enough philanthropy goes in that direction. Those meetings were a mistake. They didn’t result in what he purported, and I cut them off. You know, that goes back a long time ago now. So there’s nothing new on that.”
Asked if there was “a lesson for you, for anyone else looking at this,” Gates replied, “Well, he’s dead, so… You know, in general, you always have to be careful. And you know, I’m very proud of what we’ve done, very proud of the work of the foundation. That’s what I get up every day and focus on.”
That, and capitalizing on the manufactured pandemic by promoing the “vaccine” from Pfizer, in which Gates is a major stockholder.