Bill Gates Finally Takes His Mask Off – Reveals His Mistake In The Relationship With Epstein

This is a huge revelation – and must be a huge relief on Bill’s back!

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Their relationship, except few run-ins, and gatherings, has been kept a total secret, away from the public eyes.

Up untill now, when Gates decided to speak out. He told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that he made a huge mistake by “trusting” Epstein’s character and admitted that he had several dinners with him.

Watch the video, and pay attention to the moves Bill is making – it will reveal just how nad and awkward he feels…

And that simply tells a lot more than just his words.

Here’s the report from the Washington Examiner.

“Bill Gates acknowledged having “several” meetings with Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender who died in prison, that he says he now regrets.

The Microsoft co-founder was asked to explain his relationship with Epstein, a wealthy financier, and what concerns he had during an interview Wednesday on CNN.

“I had several dinners with him, you know, hoping that what he said about getting billions of philanthropy for global health through contacts that he had might emerge,” Gates told anchor Anderson Cooper.

“When it looked like that wasn’t a real thing, that relationship ended, but it was a huge mistake to spend time with him, to give him the credibility of, you know, being there. There were lots of others in that same situation, but I made a mistake.”

It’s an OBVIOUS double standard – but it’s nothing new for super-powerful Bill to play God and exclude himself from the “normal people”.


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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