Gates unleashes on Trump over vaccine meeting, ogling at his daughter in new Gates Foundation video
Bill Gates unleashed on President Trump in what has all the markers of a hit piece. MSNBC released video of Bill Gates speaking to Gates Foundation members, whereas he slams the President over his interactions with his daughter, his inquisitions over vaccines, and his general knowledge of science. Gates mocks the President throughout and appears somewhat bitter over Trump’s questioning over vaccine safety.
This sounds like someone who realizes that the President will not be his puppet in any capacity. As a result, Gates has chosen the path of going nuclear and attempting to make the President look completely ignorant as a way to wage war against any potential safety commissions.
Gates claims he never met Donald Trump prior to his presidency. He says he once attended an event with the then-candidate for president, but he “avoided him.”
He claims that Trump met his daughter at a horse show event that is run by Trump. He says Trump approached his daughter and was being “super nice to her.” Gates then says Trump disappeared and reappeared in a helicopter. Gates says this is evidence that Trump was driven away for the sake of making a “grand entrance.”
Gates continues, saying that he eventually did meet the President and that Trump discussed his daughter’s looks. Gates says, “it was kind of scary how much he knew about my daughter’s appearance.” He goes on to say that “Melinda didn’t like that too well.”
Gates says that when he did finally meet him at Trump Tower, he told the President he wanted to have a broad conversation about “energy, health, education, HIV vaccines…..be associated with innovation.”
He claims that he then met President Trump at the White House, something we reported earlier in the month here.
Gates says that in both of the prior recent meetings, Trump asked “if vaccines weren’t a bad thing because he was considering a commission to look into ill effects of vaccines and somebody, his name is Robert Kennedy Jr. was advising him that vaccines were causing bad things, and I said ‘no, that’s a bad thing, that’d be a dead end, don’t do that.'”
“Both times, he wanted to know the difference between HIV and HPV,” Gates claims. He says he responded saying, “those are rarely confused with each other.”
Here’s the full video.