Roger Stone says the idea that Bill Gates created coronavirus to microchip people is ‘open to debate’
Roger Stone says the idea that Bill Gates created the coronavirus to microchip humans is “open to heated debate” and explodes the possibility of mandatory vaccinations saying “about my corpse”
- Donald Trump’s confidant was on The Joe Piscopo show on Monday
- ‘[Gates] and other globalists are definitely using it for mandatory vaccinations and microchips, so we know if they’ve been tested, “said Stone
- Microsoft’s founder has donated $ 45 billion to vaccination research
- Stone also spoke of his closure, saying that Governor Cuomo did “a good job.”
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Roger Stone said on Monday that the idea that Bill Gates was involved in the creation and spread of coronavirus to microchip humans is “open to a powerful debate.”
Speaking about the Joe Piscopo show, Donald Trump’s confidant said, “I have conservative friends who say it’s ridiculous and others say absolutely.”
Microsoft’s founder has donated approximately $ 45 billion to vaccination research to address pandemics.
But Stone – who was sentenced to 40 months in prison in February – said, “This is what I know for sure. He and other globalists are definitely using it for mandatory vaccinations and microchips from people so we know if they’ve been tested.
‘Over my dead body. Mandatory vaccinations? Not really!’
Stone also spoke of his own closure in Florida, saying that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo did “a good job.”
Roger Stone, pictured, said on Monday that the idea that Bill Gates was involved in the creation and spread of coronavirus to microchip humans is “ open to a powerful debate. ”
In the photo Bill Gates, who worked with his wife Melinda to finance vaccine development around the world, beat governments for not preparing for a pandemic by simulating possible scenarios and testing their infrastructure
Gates has criticized world leaders for not previously investing in testing and equipment when the virus first came to light in China last December.
The billionaire, who has worked with his wife Melinda to finance vaccine development around the world, condemned governments for not preparing for a pandemic by simulating possible scenarios and testing their infrastructure.
As a result of this lack of preparation, Gates said “we are in unknown areas.”
As chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, he has donated more than $ 45 billion to vaccination research in hopes of addressing pandemics, including coronavirus and ebola.
The couple has long spoken about the fear of a pandemic and warned that the world was not prepared to respond at a global level.
Melinda Gates said the world is likely to be permanently changed by the pandemic and predicted that there could be more similar outbreaks in the future.
Stone said of his own Florida shutdown, “Like most Americans, we’re stuck. It gives you time to spend with the family, time to write and pray.
“It has its pluses, but every Florida gym is closed, if I can’t go to the gym, it drives me crazy.”
Stone also said that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo “did a really good job” adding, “He’s a strong communicator, he speaks the people’s language.”
But in order for Cuomo to appear as a presidential candidate, Joe ‘would have to be hit by a bus’.
Stone added, “God forbid we’re not for that. I think [a Cuomo nomination is] a fantasy of the democrats who see Biden as an intrinsically weak candidate. ‘
Stone does not have to serve his sentence until a decision is made in his request for defense.
He was sentenced to more than three years’ imprisonment for impeding congressional investigations on a case that raised fears of presidential interference in the justice system.
He was convicted in November of all seven counts of charges that accused him of lying to Congress, tampering with a witness, and obstructing the home investigation or coordinating the Trump campaign with Russia to tip the 2016 elections.