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President Trump Should Call Out Bill Gates for Portraying Him as his Daughter’s Scary Stalker


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President Trump Should Call Out Bill Gates for Portraying Him as his Daughter’s Scary Stalker
It must be a conspiracy to think that the release of a video obtained by Chris Hayes and aired on his MSNBC show All In coincides with today’s announcement that Trump will cut Planned Parenthood funding. 

It can’t be a conspiracy of any sort that billionaire businessman, Microsoft founder Bill Gates now choose to talk about his meetings with President Donald Trump, asserting: “Scary How Much He (Trump) Knew About My Daughter’s Appearance”.

Gates is portraying Trump as a stalker of his daughter and is only raising the alarm now.

You can count on MSNBC accusing anyone who objects to this portrayal as a conspiracy freak.

“Bill Gates, the billionaire businessman and founder of Microsoft, mocked President Donald Trump at a talk before his foundation, claiming the president repeatedly asked him the difference between HIV and HPV and made his wife uncomfortable.  (Mediaite, May 17, 2018 )

“In video obtained by Chris Hayes and aired on his MSNBC show All In, Gates dishes on several meetings he had with Trump, a fellow billionaire businessman, at Trump Tower and The White House.

“Speaking before Gates Foundation staff, he revealed that the president (who once said evading sexually transmitted diseases in the 1990s was his own personal Vietnam) didn’t know the difference between HIV, the virus that can lead to AIDS, and HPV, an infection that can cause genital warts and cancer.

“Both times he wanted to know if there was a difference between HIV and HPV,” Gates said, as the crowd of his staffers burst out laughing. “So I was able to explain that those are rarely confused with each other.”

“Trump has often expressed his belief in the conspiracy theory that vaccines cause autism, and Gates said that the president invited him to the White House in March, 2017 to discuss forming a commission to address the supposed link.

“In both of those two meetings, he asked me if vaccines weren’t a bad thing,” Gates said, adding he advised him dump the idea and embrace science and innovation.

“Gates explained that he never met Trump until he was elected, and that there was one moment during the election when they were in the same place and Gates “avoided him.”

“Gates continued that Trump knew his daughter Jennifer Gates, and when Bill eventually met with the newly elected president in December, 2016, Trump spoke to Jen and “was being super nice.”

“So when I first talked to him, it was actually kind of scary how much he knew about my daughter’s appearance,” Gates said.

“Melinda didn’t like that too much.”

“And then like 20 minutes later he flew in in a helicopter to the same place,” Gates said of the encounter. “So clearly he had been driven away, and he wanted to make a grand entrance in a helicopter.”

Shades of Billy Baldwin’s fiancé supposedly being entreated by Trump to join him for a helicopter ride. (Canada Free Press, Nov. 24, 2017)

“The philanthropist also recounted an anecdote from the first time he met Trump, and the president referred to himself in the third person. (Mediaite, May 17, 2018 )

“His first sentence kind of threw me off, [Trump] said: ‘Trump hears that you don’t like what Trump’s doing.’ And I thought, ‘Wow… But you’re Trump?’ So I didn’t know if the third-party form was what was expected. ‘Gates says, Gates knows that you’re not doing things right,’” he joked.

 

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There are, too links between the Gates Foundation and Planned Parenthood, but they will be written off as conspiracy:

Since 2012, Melinda Gates, a Catholic, has pledged over a billion dollars from the Gates Foundation to support Family Planning 2020 (FP2020). She helps lead this international effort whose goal is to get birth control to 120 million more women by 2020.  This despite strong objections from groups such as Culture of Life Africa who resent “the disturbing encroachment of the bold and wealthy proponents of the Culture of Death.”  (Catholic Stand, Aug. 31, 2017)

The Foundation further increased its funding for family planning by 60%, providing an extra $375m over the next four years. (Marie Claire, July 17, 2017)

Bill Gate’s father, William H. Gates, Sr. was the head of Planned Parenthood (Catholic Stand)

Bill Gates should not be allowed to throw words around like he does his money (the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donated $200 million in 2012 alone to adopt Common Core), and should be called out by President Trump for his slur: “Scary How Much He Knew About My Daughter’s Appearance”.

Egged on by the canned laughter of his own staff, Bill Gates has joined the celebs who smear Donald Trump all for being elected president.

Being rich should not give anyone a license for smearing.

Bill Gates is rich.  So rich that he once bought altruism and kept it for himself.

“It is remarkable that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation webpage has as its slogan, “All Lives Have Equal Value.” Would that they and Margaret Sanger actually believed that was true.” (Catholic Stand)


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