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WATCH: Bill Gates Admits mRNA Injections Do NOT Stop Transmission of Viruses


Lord Bill Gates of Hell has spoken.

And he has confirmed what we’ve known for months about the experimental COVID-19 injections.


Speaking specifically about the mRNA injections (Pfizer & Moderna), Gates reiterated they’re ineffective at stopping transmission.

Here’s the clip for proof:

Ironically, Twitter fact-checked his statement as “misleading.”

We know that confirms Gates made a correct analysis about the mRNA injections.

Now with subtitles:

Rebel News reported:

Microsoft founder and billionaire Bill Gates spoke about COVID-19 vaccines during an interview last week, in which he admitted that the vaccines do not stop transmission of the virus.

“We didn’t have vaccines that block transmission,” said Gates, speaking on the topic of available tools to combat the virus. “We got vaccines that help you with your health, but they only slightly reduce the transmission. We need a new way of doing the vaccines.”

Despite being one of the largest proponents of presently-available COVID-19 vaccines, Gates admits to the failure of the vaccine industry that he has worked tirelessly to prop up.

Gates has helped to fund and promote vaccine passports globally. He has promoted and defended authoritarian lockdowns. He has aggressively pushed for these vaccines to be injected into every man, woman and child.

But now, Gates acknowledges — and publicly states —  that the current COVID shots are not effective at stopping transmission.

Watch the full interview below:

Here’s a running tally of who admitted the COVID-19 injections don’t stop transmission.

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky


UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Add Bill Gates of Hell to the list!


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