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Remember When “Fact Checkers” Said Bill Gates Didn’t Really Indicate Depopulation By Vaccine? Now, They’re Trying To Say It Wasn’t About Killing People! (Video)

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Published on: October 6, 2021

Following a TED Talk by Microsoft founder Bill Gates in 2010, in which he expressed that if a good job was done on “new vaccines, healthcare, reproductive health services,” Gates and company could lower the world’s population by 10-15 percent.  With his calculations going from 6.8 billion going up to 9 billion people, that would result in the loss of people on the planet by 1,350,000,000.  Some Mockingbird media outlets are holding to their fake news story, while other “fact checkers” are finally telling the truth about his talk.

First, take a listen to the relevant portion of Gates’ TED Talk.

It seems pretty clear what he is saying.  He is discussing depopulation via “new vaccines, healthcare, reproductive health services.”  There really is no other way to take what he is saying in the midst of a talk on CO2 reduction and lowering the population.

Here’s the full TED Talk.

So, with that said, lo and behold, Twitter trending this on Wednesday morning:

Bill Gates said health care and vaccines could reduce unsustainable population growth in a 2010 TED Talk, fact-checkers say

At a 2010 TED Talk about reducing carbon emissions, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said that one of the factors contributing to high levels of carbon emissions is population growth and that better health care could help lower unsustainable population growth, according to Reuters, The Associated Press, and FactCheck.org,” was the tag line under the headline on Twitter.

So, they are admitting what we’ve said and anyone with a working brain caught for themselves who listened to this talk.

Notice they reference Reuters, the Associated Press and FactCheck.org.

However, take a look at the Associated Press’ response in doubling down and misconstruing the important part of what Gates was saying.

For months, false claims circulating online have twisted Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates’ 2010 comments about population growth. With these falsehoods resurfacing now, here’s an @AP story from January that lays out the facts,” the AP tweeted.

Clearly, they made an issue out of someone declaring 3 billion rather than what he actually said, which would result in a loss of more than  billion people.

Oh, and FactCheck.org, the self-proclaimed Ministry of Truth, tweeted out in March their “analysis.”

“A conspiratorial video circulating on Facebook misleadingly edits Bill Gates’ Ted Talk to suggest his “wish” was to depopulate the planet through vaccines,” the useful idiots tweeted.

Twitter claims that what we need to know is:

– Gates said in a 2010 TED Talk “Innovating to zero!” that improving public health using vaccinations can reduce unsustainable population growth, and with it, lower carbon emissions.

– Gates was referring to the reduction of population growth, not the reduction of the population by 10 or 15%, reports Reuters.

-“The billionaire philanthropist has spoken about the benefits of slowing the rate of population growth, but he has not advocated killing people.” — The Associated Press

This may make sense to some and I see how they are arguing, but has anyone been paying attention to the numbers of official deaths related to the COVID shots in just this year alone, not to mention the numbers of people who have probably been sterilized by these poisons being shot into their bodies?

Remember, Bill Gates is about turning over a 20 to 1 profit from “vaccines.”

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