Bill Gates Owns McDonald’s Fries

Is there something he doesn’t have invested in? He’s a total world conglomerate, all by himself!

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After the Gates couple decided to peacefully divorce, it was announced that their assets would be split in half.

According to RT,

“Billionaire couple Bill and Melinda Gates, who recently announced they will divorce and split their assets, owns the land where the potatoes McDonald’s uses in its menus are grown, according to an investigative report that surfaced days ago.”

“The fast-food giant McDonald’s potatoes are grown on a 5,700-hectare factory farm called 100 Circles Farm, located in Washington state, which was bought by the couple in 2018 for a reported $171m.

According to an investigation by The Land Report, the farmland was acquired through a conglomerate of shell companies linked to Cascade Investments, the couple’s Kirkland, Washington-based investment group.”

And the report published by News Punch, states the following:

“The globalist Gates has been buying up farms in 18 states. Among his largest holdings are in Louisiana (approx. 28,000 ha), Arkansas approx. 19,400 ha), and Nebraska (approx. 8,300 ha). It also has a stake in approximately 10,400 ha of transitional land on the west side of Phoenix, Arizona.”

“My investment group chose to do this. It’s not connected to climate,” Bill Gates stated, continuing that “The agricultural sector is important. With more productive seeds, we can avoid deforestation and help Africa deal with the climate difficulties they already face.”

It is also well known that Bill Gates has been promoting genetically modified products for a long time. But his most controversial idea has undoubtedly been to suggest replacing livestock meat with synthetic, i.e., lab-grown ‘meat.’

Money buys the future, right?


Ava Garcia

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