Billionaire Bill Gates caused outrage by referring to the upcoming closure of thousands of small businesses supposedly to prevent contamination by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus as appropriate.

“Bars and restaurants, in most of the country, will close when we get into this wave, and I think, sadly, that’s appropriate,” he said in an interview with host Jake Tapper on Dec. 13, according to the Washington Examiner. 

In response to Gates’s prediction, Representative-elect for Georgia Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted, “Bill Gates, he’s got more than $118 billion. He doesn’t care about small businesses like bars, restaurants, and gyms.”

“Over 99 percent of people under age 60 (the healthy working class & kids in school) SURVIVE covid. This is insanity that will devastate people’s lives,” warned Taylor Greene, attaching the video segment with Gates’s words.

For user @AnnieCh19257553 Gates should not talk about small businesses in that way. 

“As a very influential human being, Bill Gates should not speak publicly about bankrupt restaurants and bars…. unless he pays them to stay home,” the user said. 

After the previous closures, the small business owners were devastated economically, and many of them could not recover.

“Fifty percent of small businesses have closed while mega-corporations have become disgustingly rich. The mob is desperate and the donors are rich. This is what most politicians prefer,” wrote @idiotJournos.

Bill Gates and his interventions in the production of vaccines also cause a lot of controversy, because he simultaneously has large investments in the pharmaceutical industry. 

There is still uncertainty about the possible side effects they may cause, and Gates’s statements do not help much to dispel the doubts.

After being asked if the vaccine against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus is safe, Gates made a few detours in which he mentioned the FDA and the side effects, but was not categorical in referring to the issue, that is to say, he did not claim that it was safe. 

Gates is also accused of seeking a reduction in the world population, based on his statements in a talk  at a TED conference.

“Now, if we do a great job on new vaccines,” the world population could be reduced. A month earlier he had pledged $10 billion to the World Health Organization (WHO) for that purpose.