In a Twitter interview with Professor Devi Sridhar, head of the Global Health Governance Programme, Mr Gates said he can’t understand why some theorists think he wants to inject people with microchips.
“People like you and I and Tony Fauci have been subject to a lot of misinformation,” the multibillionaire said. “I didn’t expect that. Some of it, like me putting chips in arms, doesn’t make sense to me – why would I want to do that?”
Through his private charity, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Mr Gates has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to Covid-19 research, including for vaccine development. As a side effect, this has earned him the attention of online conspiracy theorists, many of whom believe (falsely) that Covid vaccines secretly contain microscopic computer chips that Mr Gates uses to control people.
In reality, no such computer chips exist, and all three of the Covid vaccines authorized in the United States have proven extremely safe and effective.
Read more: Bill Gates bewildered (no he’s not) by conspiracy theories about him and ‘Covid’ fake vaccines: ‘Why would I want to do that?’ Because you are a psychopath serving your Global Cult masters. Simple, really – as you well know, Mr Gates