Billionaire Bill Gates has been caught lying after claiming in a new interview that he doesn’t “remember” telling the public to wear masks during the pandemic.
As Microsoft co-founder Gates should know, the Internet is forever and videos of his past statements have swiftly debunked his claims.
Gates, who isn’t a doctor, repeatedly demanded that people mask up during the pandemic.
“I don’t remember talking about masks at all,” Gates said during a recent interview.
Ironically, he made the claim while laughing at his interviewer for wearing a “large mask” and “going overboard” during the pandemic.
In reality, Gates could not stop talking about masks.
At one stage during the pandemic, he even tried to shame people into wearing them, saying:
“I just don’t think wearing a mask is such a deep inconvenience.
“I mean, we ask people to wear pants.
“Why was this politicized?”
Bill Gates: "I can't remember talking about masks at all…"
This video not only proves that @BillGates is lying, but also that he has solely spread falsehoods about masks.
Bonus video below ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/q6Na5n618J
— Dr. Simon Goddek (@goddeketal) October 17, 2023
Perhaps Bill Gates should Google: “Bill Gates says masks.”
There are only 2.6 million results.
Despite Gates’s attempt to rewrite history, in reality, he urged world governments to punish online users who opposed masks and vaccine mandates.
Gates lamented the rise of so-called “mask hesitancy” and “vaccine hesitancy” among those who choose not to don the coverings or subject themselves to the experimental shots.
Instead of relying on social media to regulate “what stuff should circulate” online regarding scientific discussions on medicine and COVID shots, Gates declared that governments needed to “step up” to control censorship of online media.
He made the calls after criticizing platforms like Facebook for being “a little slow” to bring down the hammer on free speech.