"We shut down our economy. We shut down the world for two years. And Bill Gates, the mastermind behind it all, [comes] and says, 'Well, it was more like the flu,'" Scarlett said during the May 13 episode of "HIS Glory" on Brighteon.TV. The pastor was alluding to Gates' comments in a recent interview with Fareed Zakaria where the Microsoft founder promoted his new book "How to Prevent the Next Pandemic."
"It wasn't until early February, we didn't really understand the fatality rate, you know, we didn't understand that it's a fairly low fatality rate and that it's a disease mainly of the elderly, kind of like the flu, although a bit different than that," Gates was quoted of saying.
Grace said: "They're trying to completely backtrack now to save themselves. The Big Pharma companies are going to turn on Bill Gates, and he's going to turn on them. Because they're all trying to get out of the way of this avalanche that they created." (Related: Bill Gates directly funded covid plandemic by funneling grant money to China.)
Interestingly, Gates called for a complete U.S. shutdown at the start of the pandemic, which is in conflict with his recent statement.
"Some states and counties haven't shut down completely. In some states, beaches are still open; in others, restaurants still serve sit-down meals. This is a recipe for disaster. Because people can travel freely across state lines, so can the virus" Gates said in March 2020.
"The country's leaders need to be clear: shutdown anywhere means shutdown everywhere. Until the case numbers start to go down across America – which could take 10 weeks or more – no one can continue business as usual or relax the shutdown."
Now, he's essentially admitting that he was wrong. Just like that.
Scarlett also seemed right when he branded Gates as "the mastermind" behind the pandemic. The billionaire has a consortium of corporations with investments in vaccines and contact-tracing solutions driven by the technology sector.
"The World Health Organization (WHO) didn't announce the coronavirus as a pandemic until the very day after Gates — who had wished for some time that the WHO would declare the coronavirus a pandemic — made a very large donation to a cause that benefits WHO," the Washington Times reported.
Additionally, Gates insisted on everyone having a digital certificate or proof of vaccination. Even before the pandemic, Microsoft and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization forged a partnership to control the "global vaccination digital ID" program, which was announced in 2019 at the ID2020 Alliance annual summit in New York.
For the uninitiated, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation pledged $750 million to set up GAVI in 1999. Since then, additional pledges have brought the foundation's total commitment to GAVI to over $4 billion.
The digital identity program seeks to have a computerized record of a person stored in a registry and to keep track of who has received vaccination.
This was introduced in September 2019. The first case of COVID-19 emerged just two months later, and after another 12 months the biggest mass vaccination program in history got underway. The rest, as they say, is history.
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