A call that was launched in April to investigate the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for “crimes against humanity and medical malpractice” has collected more than 600,000 signatures on the White House petitions page. 

“As we look at events surrounding the “COVID-19 pandemic [CCP Virus],” various questions remain unanswered. On Oct. 18, of 2019, only weeks prior to ground zero being declared in Wuhan, China, two major events took place. One was ‘Event 201,’ the other was the ‘Military World Games,’ held in none other than Wuhan. Since then a worldwide push for vaccines & biometric tracking has been initiated,” states the petition created by C.S.

Less than a month before data showed the first Chinese citizen became ill with the CCP Virus (coronavirus) in Wuhan, China, Event 201, “a high-level pandemic exercise” event, was held on Oct.18, 2019, by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. On the same day, another event—Military World Games—was organized in Wuhan, where nearly 300 members of the U.S. military, Department of Defense, and support personnel attended.

Gates has been warning about the threat of a global pandemic since 2015. He has donated $250 million to fight the CCP Virus through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The foundation in June pledged an additional $1.6 billion to Gavi Alliance in an effort to immunize 300 million more children against the CCP Virus in the world’s most vulnerable communities. Gavi Alliance is an international organization created in 2000 to improve access to new and underused vaccines for children living in the world’s poorest countries.

However, Gates is accused of using vaccines to reduce population and to give people tracking implants.

“At the forefront of this is Bill Gates, who has publicly stated his interest in “reducing population growth” by 10-15 percent by means of vaccination. Gates, UNICEF & WHO have already been credibly accused of intentionally sterilizing Kenyan children through the use of a hidden HCG antigen in tetanus vaccines,” the petition continues.

A May 2020 poll run by YouGov and Yahoo News found that 44 percent of Republicans, 19 percent of Democrats, and 24 percent of independents believed that Gates wanted to use mass vaccination to implant tracking devices in people.

Gates denied the accusations during an interview on CBS News last week, saying, “I think we just need to get the truth out there, we need to explain our values so that people understood why we’re involved in this work and why we’re willing to put hundreds or billions to accelerate the progress.”

Gates also suggested that people could need multiple doses of a potential vaccine to immunize themselves against the CCP Virus once it becomes available. 

The petition has garnered the most signatures among others on the White House’s We the People website. As of Monday, July 27, more than 625,000 people have signed the petition.